CAM Bioceramics is a long-term supplier of choice for many orthopedic companies and the supplier of medical grade calcium phosphate powder for the production of Ossiform’s 3D printed resorbable bone graft substitutes that facilitate the natural forming of new bone.
Head of Sales and Marketing at CAM Bioceramics, Karl-Heinz Boehle, says:
“Ossiform uses a special made and very clean calcium phosphate from CAM to 3D print their patient specific bone graft substitutes.
We are very pleased to be supporting the production of these innovative products and to be a part of Ossiform’s journey entering the US market.”
“We are excited to participate at OMTEC alongside CAM Bioceramics who is our trusted partner and supplier of high-quality ceramic powder.
We use their powder in the day-to-day production of bone void fillers, and we are looking forward to continuing our valuable partnership as we enter the market with our P3D Bone.”, says Casper Slots, COO of Ossiform.
The first P3D Bone implant for clinical use is expected to reach the market in the first half of 2023. The 3D printed bone void filler will offer a lifelike bone architecture for the repair of bony defects in extremity surgery.