Best Dental Clinical Cases

MimetikOss Granules is the 4th and latest generation biomimetic synthetic bone graft that allows rapid creation of a highly vascularized bone tissue. Furthermore, it integrates exceptionally well with the surrounding soft tissue This is due unquestionably to its nano-, micro- and macro-porosity

On the other hand, MimetikOss is exceptionally easy to use, and it’s highly hydrophilic. Moreover, the fact that it’s biomimetic (Click here to know more!) makes it precisely similar in structure and composition to the bone. Furthermore, MimetikOss’ granules are spheroidal. As a result, they will not stack over time. Consequently, this morphology will have a positive effect on volume preservation over time.

As a result, not only does it preserve bone volume, but it also activates natural bone regeneration. Therefore, MimetikOss covers the most common indications up to the most challenging ones. 


Particularly, below are some of the best clinical cases  in dental surgery where MimetikOss allowed for a quick and successful bone regeneration. With this in mind, we included photographic and radiographic follow-up up of the patients up to one year.

Clinical Case by Dr Norberto Manzanares

Exodontia followed by bone regeneration procedure and immediate placement of angulated pterygoid implants

Photographic Follow-up of the Clinical Case

Radiographic Follow-up of the Clinical Case

Clinical Case by Dr Norberto Manzanares

Complex extraction with immediate implant placement and regeneration with MimetikOss.

Photographic Follow-up of the Clinical Case

Radiographic Follow-up of the Clinical Case

Why is MimetikOss so Different?

Thanks to the development of knowledge around the biomaterial / biological environment interaction at the molecular, cellular, and tissue levels, today, Mimetis is capable of developing biomaterials that are explicitly characterized by specific cells’ ability to help the body heal and repair its tissues naturally. Naturally, these biomaterials achieve this ability by following physiological processes. In essence, these biomaterials are the fourth generation biomaterials. They are also called “smart biomaterials.” To sum up, they are designed more as tools to help the body heal itself than as a materials.

Mainly, biomimetic biomaterials are one of the types of fourth-generation biomaterials. In other words, they mimic the structure and topography, or physical principle of a material existing in nature. For example, MimetikOss has a structure and topography that replicates that of bone, allowing it to regenerate naturally through physiological processes of bone remodeling.

MimetikOss is the First Fourth Generation Bone Graft Substitute

In detail, the following photos show the topographic difference of third-generation bone graft (left) and MimetikOss, fourth-generation bone graft (right). Evidently, we verified hydroxyapatite nanocrystals on the surface of MimetikOss, similarly to as it exists on the surface of natural bone. In conclusion, this particularity allows MimetikOss to achieve complete regeneration of bone defects in a stable, natural, and fast way.

Comparison of the surface of a third generation bone injector (left) with MimetikOss, fourth generation graft (right)