ReOss® Technology

When augmenting bone defects the final bone structure is an important element of success to satisfy the highest aesthetic expectations. Besides barrier function (membrane), the positional stability of the augmentation is of highest priority for regeneration. The ReOss® digital work flow system generates high quality pure titanium mesh cages that fit perfectly over the bone defect of the augmentation site.

Tailor-Made Bone Regeneration

The custom molded Yxoss CBR® meshes provide the augmentation site with previously unmet stability and precision of the planned augmentation volume. This allows undisturbed bone healing free from compressive loads and other physical influences. With the patented manufacturing process for the preparation of individual patient solutions, ReOss® provides high quality custom products for "tailor-made bone regeneration".

All Yxoss® precision structures are subjected to comprehensive quality testing. The uniquely fabricated CAD/CAM designed ReOss® products are guaranteed to comply with the highest standards of the industry.

The ReOss® technology successfully unites function and design

  • Guaranteed augmentation volume and 3D volume stability
  • Predictable and reproducible results
  • Anatomical shaping and tissue compatibility
  • Perfect fit
  • Easy to use and significantly shorter operating time
  • Regeneration of difficult bone defects possible
  • Quick and variable fixation as well as easy removal (Easy Removal Design)

Individual ReOss® Solutions

With the Customized Bone Regeneration (CBR®) technology, Dr. Marcus Seiler DDS, MSc, Filderstadt (Germany) developed the first CAD/CAM assisted process for the production of custom molded protective meshes for undisturbed bone healing. The process is patented worldwide and allows every surgically qualified dentist in simple steps to create patient-specific solutions.

Leading Dentists rely on the individualized solutions of ReOss®:

  • Yxoss CBR® augmented bone leads to high implant survival rates comparable to implants placed in intact bone.
  • Yxoss CBR® is easy to apply and can be used in a variety of indications.
  • The use of titanium meshes has been validated in numerous operations with successful outcomes and has been documented in multiple scientific publications.


Augmentations with titanium meshes have earned my trust over the years.

Prof. Philipp Boyne, Loma Linda, USA

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  • Yxoss Center Filderstadt und Kirchheim u. T.: Dr. Seiler und Kollegen


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