StaGraft™ DBM Putty, Paste and Plus


StaGraft DBM is an osteoinductive demineralized bone matrix in a natural lecithin carrier, and is available as a 40% DBM Putty, or 35% DBM PLUS pre-mixed with resorbable coralline hydroxyapatite/calcium carbonate granules.

The natural quality of the carrier and its outstanding containment and handling characteristics enable the surgeon to mold it to surgical sites, even in the presence of excessive fluids and under lavage.


  • Excellent handling and performance characteristics – tolerates lavage/irrigation
  • DBM-to-carrier ratio engineered for optimized osteoinductivity1
  • StaGraft Plus with resorbable granules has excellent handling properties
  • Easy to use – pre-loaded in a syringe; stored at room temperature
    1. Han et al, Combined Effects of Phosphatidylcholine and Demineralized Bone Matrix on Bone Induction, Connective Tissue Research, 44: 160-166, 2003.

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