EthOss®  to be sold in Australia



EthOss®  Regeneration Ltd has announced the latest stage of its rapid global growth after receiving regulatory approval for its primary product to be sold in Australia.

The company has obtained approval for  EthOss®, an innovative synthetic bone graft solution for dental implants, from the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA). This means that  EthOss® is now freely available to dentists and patients across Australia.


In conjunction with TGA approval, EthOss® Regeneration has also signed up an exclusive Australian distributor W9 Pty Ltd which will be distributing EthOss® through its network of dealers across Australia—with the launch taking place at ADX18 being held later this week in Sydney (23-25 March).

EthOss®  has proved hugely popular with dentists across the world due to a number of benefits to both end-user and patient.

The unique composition of  EthOss®, which has a built-in cell-occlusive barrier, removing the need for a  separate collagen membrane, provides a highly stable graft and typically produces 50  per cent new bone after 12 weeks.

EthOss®  is a bi-phasic synthetic material made from a mixture of beta tri calcium phosphate and calcium sulphate and is completely free from animal or human content.

The built-in membrane function prevents soft tissue ingress and  helps to  dramatically speed up healing times, by allowing the periosteum (and the related blood supply)  direct contact with the graft site.  This means surgical procedures can be completed  much more quickly and reliably  benefiting both patient and dentist.

“This is another milestone in  the growth of  EthOss®  as a company and product,” said Dr Paul Harrison, managing director of  EthOss® Regeneration Ltd. “We are  delighted  to have achieved regulatory approval whilst simultaneously signing up a partner with substantial experience in  selling into the dental market.

“From end-users to distributors, we had consistent feedback about the benefits of being able to use an ethical synthetic material, as well the advantages  EthOss®  provides with regards to reported healing times,” Dr Harrison said.

“We have already agreed distribution partnerships covering several international markets, and we’re now looking forward to satisfying the growing demand for  EthOss®  across the Australasian  region.”

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