STEINER LABORATORIES is a biotech company located on the leeward coast of Oahu, Hawaii. Our primary focus is regenerative medicine. While our research efforts go back a decade, our first products in this field were introduced to the market in 2006. Since then, we have expanded our line of dental bone grafts to offer a wide range of innovative regenerative products for dentists around the world. One of our biggest strengths is your access to our staff. When you call with questions about our products you will be connected with someone who has been with the company for years and has assisted in product development and in surgeries using our products. If you have questions about the science behind our products or how to handle a particular case our doctors are here to help. Our goal is to be your information source for any bone grafting question you may have. Thank you for visiting Steiner Laboratories.
Bone Graft Products click on the product for more information
Socket Graft Putty™ Patented
Designed for Regenerating Bone in Extraction Sockets
Regen BioCement Putty™ Patented
Designed for Ridge Augmentation
Sinus Graft™ (Previously Regen Biocement Flow™) Patented
Designed to Hydraulically Lift the Maxillary Sinus Membrane for Sinus Augmentation
Socket Seals™ Patent Pending
A New Concept in Barrier Membranes
Porous Beta Tricalcium Phosphate Bone Graft
OsseoConduct™ Cortical Plates™
Advancing the science of bone augmentation
Optimized bone graft wetting agent
Steiner Sinus Lift Surgical Intruments™
Micro instruments for performing the Steiner Sinus Lift
Dr. Greg Steiner and Dr. Ray Bertolotti
June 22, 2013 Lake Tahoe, CA
Course Registration http://www.adhesion.com/index.php?page=seminars
Dr. Ray Bertolotti
In this presentation, Dr. Ray Bertolotti will discuss the best methods and materials to achieve "enamel equivalent" or better bonds to dentin, pressed ceramic, porcelain, lithium disilicate, noble and base metals, and oxide ceramics such as zirconia and alumina. Included is SilJet, an "active sand" air abrasion technology. Clinical examples of each technology will be given, especially looking at examples of long term success.
Dr. Greg Steiner
The presentation will focus on the biology of bone growth and how it differs from bone regeneration. The goal of this portion of the discussion will be for the clinician to understand the principals of what needs to be done for the patient to regenerate lost bone. Novel surgical procedures and bone graft materials will be presented that have used these principals to accomplish a significant improvement in restoring bone form, function and implant placement. The presentation will conclude with a session from a list of subjects the audience chooses regarding bone, bone regeneration, bone grafts and implant placement.