Scaffolds _Bone regeneration

Scaffolds PCL bio-absorbable 

Natural tissue regeneration

Synthetics (without substances of animal origin)

Technology applicable to  craniofacial, plastic and aesthetic reconstruction, neurosurgery, oral  surgery and ENT (Skull base)


PCL bioresorbable scaffolds from Osteopore International Pte Ltd,  let internal tissue growth , vascularization, and osseointegration.

Interconnected pores allow rapid revascularization and the  mesenchymal cells spread.

Cancelous bone is replaced by cortical bone. Remodeling phase is a continuous process,  PCL material is completely reabsorbed in 18-24 months, leaving only  new bone tissue.



Flexible mesh to be applied in the reconstruction of the orbital floor and in maxillofacial reconstructions without load. 










Osteomesh has been  certified for use in neurosurgery and maxillofacial surgeries.



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Clinical cases information:

Review  publications about clinical cases  using Osteomesh, below.

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Flexible membranes to fit perfectly into trephine holes in neurosurgery.









Osteoplug  has been  cerrtified for use in neurosurgery and maxillofacial surgeries.



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References about Osteoplug clinic cases, below.




Customiced implants


Flexible mesh  with perfect desing  adapted to  defect. 3-D printing, for customiced implants.




Main Features

  1. Biocompatible Synthetics (without substances of animal origin). Osteoinductive. Fast and homogeneous vascularization.

  2. Are reabsorbed by human body: slow biodegradation 18-24 months.

  3. No  plates or screws are required. Easy handling and application. Rigid but malleable.

  4. FDA and CE certificates.

  5. Excellent long-term clinical results. No foreign body reaction.


Abdal-hay, Abdalla, Taha, Mohamed, Mousa, Hamouda M., Bartnikowski, Michal, Hassan, Mohammad L., Dewidar, Montasser and Ivanovski, Saso (2019). Engineering of electrically-conductive poly(ε-caprolactone)/ multi-walled carbon nanotubes composite nanofibers for tissue engineering applications. Ceramics International 45 (12) 15736-15740.

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Seen S, Ming  S, Jin  S, Lang S, Amrith S, Lim T, Sundar G. Permanent Versus Bioresorbable Implants in Orbital Floor Blowout Fractures.Ophthal Plast Reconstr Surg, Vol. XX, No. XX, 2018

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SW Low et al.,Use of Osteoplug polycaprolactone implants  novel burr-hole covers. Singapure Med J, 50(8):777-780 (2009).

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Schanzt., J.-T et al. Cranioplasty after trephination using a novel biodegradable burr hole cover:technical case report. Neorosurgery 58, ONS-E176 (2006).

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Yogishwarappa C, Srinivasan S, Teoh S Vijayakumar A, M. Ishwar M. Customized Osteomesh Cranioplasty. Journal of Advanced Plastic Surgery Research, 2016, 2, 25-32

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Teo et al., A Novel Bioresorbable Implant for Repair of Orbital Fllor Fractures. Orbit, 1-9;2015.

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Permanent Versus Bioresorbable Implants in Orbital Floor. Blowout Fractures.Seen S., Ming S., †, Jin S., Lang, S. Ophthal Plast Reconstr Surg, Vol. XX, No. XX, 2018

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Pombo M, Luaces-Rey R, Pértega S,  Arenaz J, Crespo JL, García-Rozado A, Patiño B, López-Cedrún JL.Review of 793 Facial Fractures Treated from 2001 to 2008 in A Coruña University Hospital: Types and EtiologyCraniomaxillofac Trauma Reconstr. 2010 Mar; 3(1): 49–54. Prepublished online 2010 Mar 12.

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