cerabone® plus offers a handling alternative by combining the proven properties of cerabone® with hyaluronic acid. Once hydrated, cerabone® plus forms a moldable bone graft of paste-like consistency enabling easy delivery to the site of application.

The hyaluronic acid used for cerabone® plus is manufactured biotechnologically by bacterial fermentation.



Hyaluronic acid is one of the most hygroscopic biomolecules known – it has exceptional liquid storage capacities being able to incorporate a volume of liquid that is 1000 times larger than the molecule itself is. Mixed with sterile saline or blood, hyaluronic acid binds and retains the liquid resulting in formation of a viscous gel containing and keeping the cerabone® granules together allowing for precise particle application.


  • Proven properties of cerabone® granules combined with sodium hyaluronate
  • Moldable following hydration
  • Efficient defect filling and less time consuming application
  • Excellent adaptation the augmentation area
  • Easy defect contouring
  • No displacement of single particles in the augmentation area during application
  • Convenient hydration in the inner blister
  • Easy and fast application around block grafts


cerabone® plus is recommended for implantology, oral surgery, periodontology and craniomaxillofacial surgery (CMF):

  • Sinus floor elevation
  • Horizontal and vertical augmentation
  • Ridge preservation
  • Intraosseous defects
  • Peri-implant defects
  • Socket preservation
  • Furcation defects

cerabone® plus is small or large cerabone® granules mixed with sodium hyaluronate, which is the water soluble-form of hyaluronic acid. The cerabone® granules are delivered with sodium hyaluronate powder in a blister for convenient hydration.