Compelling membrane solutions.

Barrier membranes designed for GBR/GTR have to meet the following criteria: host tissue integration, biocompatibility, cell occlusiveness, permeability for nutrients and ease of use1. Our membranes exhibit outstanding handling properties, controlled degradation patterns and are characterized by their excellent biocompatibility, making them the ideal choice for applications in implant dentistry and periodontology.

Straumann® Membrane Flex™️


Straumann® Membrane Flex™ provides flexibility and strength in an easy-to-handle,

easy-to-suture barrier for soft tissue support and graft containment. Meticulously

manufactured from highly purified intact porcine collagen and minimally crosslinked,

it’s biocompatible and predictably resorbable. It naturally conforms to defects

and contours—plus, it’s easy to reposition. Once in place, it can be firmly anchored

to surrounding tissue with minimal risk of tearing or detachment, thanks to its

higher suture pullout strength.*


*Data on file with manufacturer

Straumann® Membrane Plus™️

A native collagen membrane.

Straumann® Membrane Plus™️ enhances graft stabilization and bone growth by providing soft tissue support and space maintenance over a predictable timeframe. Meticulously manufactured from bovine, it's treated and sterilized to be biocompatible, and crosslinked for predictable resorption rates. With its easy handling characteristics, it's designed to be the easy way to provide critical support.

  • Effective Reinforcement

    Cell-occlusive to support bone regeneration, protecting the graft area from unwanted soft tissue infiltration during the initial phase of healing.

  • Handling

    The 0.3mm thick Straumann® Membrane Plus™️ is easy to handle. Requiring minimal hydration the Straumann® Membrane Plus™️ creates optimal bio-adaptability.

  • Flexibility

    Straumann® Membrane Plus™️ provides support for peri-implant dehiscence defects, fenestration defects, sinus lifts, and horizontal or ridge augmentations.


Clinical aspects of novel types of collagen membranes and matrices: Current issues in soft- and hard- tissue augmentation Rothamel D, Török RR, Neugebauer J, Fienitz T, Scheer M, Kreppel M, Mischkowski R, Zöller J. EDI Journal I 1/2012 I Page 62

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Membrane Plus Data Sheet

NAMLIT 1046 10.08.2018 PDF, 804 KB Download

Membrane Flex Data Sheet

NAMLIT 1062 10.08.2018 PDF, 137 KB Download