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Introducing

the first xenogeneic/allogeneic
validated bone substitute1

Geistlich vallomix™

Validated • Allograft • Osteoinductive • Selection

Bringing together the verified osteoinductivity of vallosTM allograft1 with the volume stability of Geistlich Bio-Oss®.3-8

Conveniently packaged Geistlich vallomixTM contains Geistlich Bio-Oss® granules and vallosTM granules or fibers. Together, these proven products bring optimal consistency and performance1-14 in demanding clinical situations.

Exceeding industry standards.
When combined, the strict quality standards of Geistlich Bio-Oss® and validated lot testing of vallosTM create new clinical potential.

Osteoinductive Potential

Volume Stability

Verified vallosTM granules and fibers are allogeneic bone substitutes that have been demineralized to ensure high osteoinductive properties1. A demineralized bone matrix has the advantage of turning over natural bone more rapidly but lacks the volume stability9 needed in a number of clinical situations.

The selection process of vallosTM involves thorough review and validated lot testing to ensure:

  • Consistent product quality1
  • Verified osteoinductive potential, validated test method1
  • Vital bone after 18-20 weeks2

Geistlich Bio-Oss® is the leading xenogeneic bone substitute worldwide, with more than 35 years of scientific validation. It is the ideal biomaterial that consistently maintains bone volume over time.3-8

With each vial of Geistlich Bio-Oss®, you are assured a treatment solution with:

  • Demonstrated clinical success10
  • Optimal scaffold for vascularization and new bone formation11-14
  • Long-term volume stability3-8

Bone Augmentation. Your Way.

Mix it or layer it – Geistlich vallomixTM is innovation that works with you.

  • Readily available off-the-shelf solution
  • The micro and macro pore structure of Geistlich Bio-Oss®15 enhances the hydrophilic properties of the mixture
  • Versatility for the management of small or large defects

Handling Information

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Clinical Cases

Socket Ridge Preservation Utilizing Geistlich vallomix™ f Dr. Irina Dragan Brookline Periodontal Associates

#13 was deemed non-restorable and an implant was planned to restore the edentulous space. Socket/ridge preservation was performed using periotomes and elevators. Geistlich vallomix™ f (Fibers) and Geistlich Mucograft® Seal were used to regenerate the hard and soft tissues. One can appreciate the outcome both clinically and radiographically. Patient returned for 1 month follow-up and presented with healing as expected.

Socket Ridge Preservation Utilizing Geistlich vallomix™ f Dr. Irina Dragan Brookline Periodontal Associates
Initial Radiograph
Pre-Operative assessment
Tooth removal
Mixture of Geistlich vallomix™
Placement of Geistlich vallomix™
Coverage with Geistlich Mucograft® Seal and sealed with sutures
2 weeks post-operative
4 weeks post-operative
6 weeks post-operative
Major Guided Bone Regeneration using Geistlich vallomix™ and Geistlich Bio-Gide® Bassam M. Kinaia DDS, MS, DICOI Sterling Heights, MI

An 18-year-old AA male presented with trauma to the anterior maxilla. Teeth #7,8,9 were exfoliated and #10 was impacted. Recommended treatment included extraction #10 with major GBR using Geistlich vallomix™ for future dental implant FPD #7-10. Full thickness flap reflection with verticals #6&11 was performed. Tooth #10 was extracted, and area debrided. Ridge augmentation was performed using Geistlich Bio-Gide® membrane and Geistlich vallomix™ bone graft, then primary closure achieved. Healing at 2,4, and 6 weeks showed proper ridge dimensions.

Major Guided Bone Regeneration using Geistlich vallomix™ and Geistlich Bio-Gide® Bassam M. Kinaia DDS, MS, DICOI Sterling Heights, MI
Initial clinical presentation showing impacted #10 with anterior ridge deficiency.
Initial radiographic presentation showing fractured/deficient alveolar bone and impacted #10.
Facial and occlusal clinical views showing full thickness flap reflection with verticals #6 & #11 disto-facially.
Facial and occlusal clinical views showing extraction #10 and ridge deficiency present.
Facial clinical view showing use of tacks to secure Geistlich Bio-Gide® membrane.
Facial clinical view showing addition of Geistlich vallomix™ bone graft.
Facial clinical view showing Geistlich vallomix™ bone graft added and secured with Geistlich Bio-Gide® membrane and tacks.
Clinical view showing primary closure using Vicryl™ sutures.
Immediate post-surgical CT scan showing addition of proper bone volume.
Clinical view showing appropriate healing at 2 and 4 weeks.
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Pace & Persistence – it’s who we are.

Determining the right time and pace of innovation is something we have experience in – 165 years to be exact.

Geistlich Biomaterials has forged our unique path with ground breaking innovations like Geistlich Bio-Oss®, Geistlich Bio-Gide® and Geistlich Fibro-Gide®.

Now we’re making it easier for you to combine two validated regenerative materials for restoring vital bone faster2 – with the proven long-term volume stability3-8 you rely on.

Pace is how you run the race. Persistence is how you win it.

Geistlich takes pride in the quality and the safety of our products, consistently employing rigorous testing and strict manufacturing processes that exceed regulatory requirements. By selecting innovative partners who share this strong commitment, we’re proud to offer Geistlich vallomixTM as a member of the Geistlich Select product range.

Geistlich vallomixTM

the first xenogeneic/allogeneic
validated bone substitute1


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