Mastering wound dressing. Hemostatic collagen plug

The formation of a stable coagulum is of great importance for the regeneration of fresh extraction sockets, but also for wound healing; this can be supported by the use of collacone®.

Features and benefits

  • Natural collagen (type I) with a highly efficient local hemostatic effect

    collacone® helps to stabilize the blood coagulum and control bleeding when applied after tooth extraction or to cover smaller oral wounds or biopsy harvesting sites.

    collacone® application is particularly beneficial in hemostatic compromised patients to prevent postoperative bleeding events.1

  • Rapid blood uptake

    Due to its hydrophilic properties and highly porous structure, collacone® quickly absorbs blood.

  • Resorption within approx. 2 – 4 weeks

    Optimal for wound protection. Prevents the penetration of food particles and saliva into the wound site.

  • Easy handling

    collacone® is a wet-stable and moldable cone. The cone shape allows easy application.

  • Wound protection

    The form-fitted cone shape protects the wound area from entry of food and bacteria.

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