ReGum™ Dental Veterinary Implant

ReGum™ – Dental veterinary implant for periodontal tissue regeneration

ReGum™ for the treatment of periodontitis in pets.

  • Based on BioChange’s CellFoam™ technology, engineered for stimulating tissue growth.
  • Proven to be significantly superior to acceptable cleaning treatment.
  • Minimal risk of adverse effects.
  • Safe, resorbable, efficient implant.
  • Super easy to use, with no need for a membrane.

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Dr. Ana Nemec, the Primary Investigator of the clinical study: “We optimized this innovative product to best serve our canine patients and colleague veterinarians. Also, with our clinical research team we later scientifically proved that the addition of the ReGum is superior to standard open periodontal therapy alone in periodontal tissue repair in dogs with naturally occurring periodontitis.”

What is special about ReGum™?

  • Cutting edge technology developed for advanced tissue engineering
  • Significant improvement in the gum tissue reconstruction
  • Single treatment reduces periodontal pocket depth
  • Safe and Biocompatible
  • Super easy to use:
    • Simple preparation step of implant soaking
    • Single step treatment – no membrane is needed.
    • Stays in site.
  • Natural and biodegradable
    • No need to remove implant
    • No long-term risks (as in permanent implants)
    • No other drugs needed
  • Available as conic and flat implants
  • Long shelf life

Why ReGum™?

Because it works!

Adding the ReGum™ implant results in a significant improvement and restoration of the degenerated periodontal tissue1.

Improvement of 100% more than the control!

More details about ReGum™

ReGum™ is a regenerative implant, for the treatment of canine periodontitis. It is based on BioChange’s CellFoam™ technology, engineered for stimulating tissue growth. ReGum™ is tailored for easy implantation in the periodontal cavity during a routine cleaning procedure, without the need for a membrane. It is a ready to use, single piece of three-dimensional stable structure. ReGum™ is available in the form of a cone to treat a furcation, alveoli, fistulas or deep holes, and in the form of a flat implant to treat side pockets. The implant is elastic and can be adjusted more precisely by the attending veterinarian.

ReGum™ is composed of biologicaly crosslinked gelatin. Once the dry implant is soaked in saline, it regains its elastic properties and is easily placed in the tissue. In the tissue, ReGum™ provides improved healing ability to the receding gums, and leads to better results of restored tissue. It biodegrades within 3 months, leaving behind nothing but recovered healthy gum tissue.

ReGum™ has proven to be significantly superior to acceptable cleaning treatment with minimal risk of adverse effects, in a veterinary clinical study.

Frequently asked questions

What Can Be Expect After A Pet Receives ReGum?

A healing process with no adverse events with repaired periodontal tissue for the long term.

Why Use ReGum™?

Unhealthy gums are an open door for bacteria and germs to enter the bloodstream in pets and humans. If untreated, periodontal disease can have severe health implications not only on the dog’s mouth but the entire body as well. Some of these health issues include eye issues, increased risk of organ damage, jaw fractures, oral cancer, oronasal fistulas, and tooth abscesses. Clinical studies also show a link between untreated periodontitis to cardio/kidney/liver disease.

Is There Any Special Post-Operative Care And Medications Needed With ReGum?

Only standard instructions after dental procedure

Does A Pet Need To Be Anesthetized To Use ReGum?

Anesthesia is standard care for dental procedures

Does A Pet Need Pre-Anesthetic Blood Analysis Before Using ReGum?

No need – However please consult with your veterinarian

What Are The Signs Of Oral Health Problems In A Pet?

The most common sign is bad breath, other symptoms can be bleeding gums, Excessive drooling, Pawing at the mouth, a mass / growth inside the mouth, broken/missing teeth

1) Front Vet Sci. 2022 Jun 21;9:916171. doi: 10.3389/fvets.2022.916171
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