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RegeneCure Starts Clinical Study Using Polymeric Bone Stimulating Membrane for Dental Implants
Date:6/18/2013

in order to provide clinical data for potential use in both smoking and non-smoking populations.

The study will examine if RegeneCure's membrane enables a similar or better amount of lateral bone fill compared with the collagen membrane which is considered the gold standard treatment today. Each patient will be followed over a 6-month period.

The Principal Investigators are  Prof. Lior Shapira, Chairman of the Department of Periodontology at the Hadassah  Medical Center, Jerusalem, Israel and Prof. Eli Machtei, Director of the  Dept. of Oral Medicine & Periodontology at the Rambam Medical Center in Haifa, Israel.

The AMCA membrane is thin and flexible, drill-able, and easily sutured in the treated area. It is easy to use in orthopedic surgery and requires no special surgical knowledge or special preparation prior to use.

About the Market

The global dental implants market is set to almost double in value over the next six years, owing to the aging population and the availability of advanced solutions for dental implants in conjunction with oral regenerative tissue products. Global sales of dental implant systems reached more than $3.4 billion in 2012 with Europe (49%) as largest market before the United States (31%). In 2012, the global dental membrane market was over $200 million with annual growth of 5-10% to reach $300 million by 2017.

About  RegeneCure

RegeneCure Ltd. was founded in July 2010 to develop, produce and market synthetic implants for bone reconstruction and fracture fusion for the orthopedic, dental and aesthetic fields. AMCA Membrane Implant technology is protected by worldwide patents. The company submitt
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