DynaBlast® Demineralized Bone Matrix with Cancellous Bone Chips
DynaBlast is an allograft material that contains both demineralized and mineralized
bone in a proprietary, Reverse Phase Medium carrier. DynaBlast stimulates new bone
growth while providing a natural structural scaffold to support new bone formation.
Dependable Bone Growth
DynaBlast is a powerful 2-in-1 combination of osteoconductive and osteoinductive
elements1-3 to promote new bone growth. Demineralized bone provides active signals
to stimulate bone regeneration4 and mineralized cancellous chips provide a natural
structural scaffold to encourage the attachment of osteogenic precursor cells.
Designed to Stay in Place
Our proprietary Reverse Phase Medium carrier thickens at body temperature, resists
both irrigation and suction and allows for guided clot formation and easy vascularization.
DynaBlast stays in place, with no bone chips migrating from the site—alleviating
possible irritation and patient concern.
DynaBlast is available as a moldable putty or a flowable paste in a prefilled syringe.
Both are premixed for easy application without refrigeration—no additional time
required for thawing, mixing or setting the material.
Committed to Quality
DynaBlast uses tissue only from suppliers that comply with all tissue banking standards
as provided by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the American Association
of Tissue Banks (AATB) and the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA).
Every lot of demineralized bone matrix (DBM) used in DynaBlast has been thoroughly
tested in a quantitative in vitro assay to ensure its osteoinductive properties.3
- Clokie C, Urist MR. Bone Morphogenetic Protein Excipients: Comparative Observations
on Poloxamer. Plast Reconst Surg 2000;105: 628.
- Coulson R, Clokie C, Peel S. Collagen and a Thermally Reversible Poloxamer Deliver
Demineralized Bone Matrix (DBM) and Biologically Active Proteins to Sites of Bone
Regeneration. Proc Portland Bone Symp 1999. p. 619-637.
- Kay, JF. Validated Assay for Measuring Osteoinductivity of Human Demineralized Bone
Matrix, Integra OrthoBiologics Publication.
- Urist, MR. Bone: Formation by Autoinduction. Science; 150: 893, 1965.