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OssDsign's personalized bone regeneration technology provides improved healing properties that are clinically proven to enhance patient outcomes. By combining a regenerative ceramic material with tailored patient-specific designs, the technology platform aims to contribute to the permanent healing of a range of bone defects.


OssDsign's proprietary titanium-reinforced ceramic implants are designed with the intention to eliminate the well-known lifelong risks posed by commonly used inert materials or autologous bone1.
Clinical experience2,3 shows lower rates of complications as compared to conventional techniques for craniofacial reconstruction.


Every implant is tailored to the individual patient based on CAD technology and 3D printing. The result is a continuously expanding portfolio of custom-designed implants for a variety of clinical needs.

Bone with vessel(100um)

long-term healing, bone ingrowth and regeneration

Histology, RT-PCR and PET-CT evidence has demonstrated the material's ability not only to integrate with surrounding tissue structures, but to enable gradual bone ingrowth and new bone formation2.
For patients, benefits include less infections, sustained improvements in soft tissue quality and bone healing, with the aim of creating a permanent implant solution that eliminates the need for recurring surgical intervention.2-3

To learn more about our products visit OSSDSIGN® Cranial or OSSDSIGN® Facial

Always read Instructions for Use which accompany the product for indications, contraindications, warnings and precautions

1. Marchac D, Greensmith A: Long-term experience with methylmethacrylate cranioplasty in craniofacial surgery. Journal of plastic, reconstructive & aesthetic surgery: JPRAS61:744-752; discussion 753, 2008.
2. Engstrand T, Kihlström L, Lundgren K, et al: Bioceramic implant induces bone healing of cranial defects. Plast Reconstr Surg Glob Open 25;3(8):e491, 2015

3. OssDsign, Data on file, pending publication