ATRISORB® FreeFlow GTR Barrier

New ATRISORB® FreeFlow GTR Barrier from Block Drug Corporation makes GTR fast and easy. The ultimate in customized GTR barriers, this unique flowable polymer is composed of polylactic acid and offers dental professionals important clinical and practical advantages. These advantages include being easy to use, quick to apply, effective, economical, and precise.

New ATRISORB® FreeFlow GTR Barrier from Block Drug Corporation makes GTR fast and easy. The ultimate in customized GTR barriers, this unique flowable polymer is composed of polylactic acid and offers dental professionals important clinical and practical advantages. These advantages include being easy to use, quick to apply, effective, economical, and precise.

The recommended procedure is to apply a bone-grafting material, such as PerioGlas® alloplast, to the debrided defect and flow the unique ATRISORB® polymer gel over the grafted area. Then, set the barrier with a mist of sterile water or saline for 10 to 20 seconds, and suture the flap back into position.

New ATRISORB® FreeFlow GTR barrier is available in a convenient, three-polymer unit package, with three blunt-tip cannula needles.

For more details about ATRISORB® FreeFlow GTR barrier, call (800) OK-BLOCK (652-5625).

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