Swiss company Degradable Solutions offers a new matrix barrier membrane for dental and medical applications.
Degradable Solutions (DS) is a well-known company for a broad variety of resorbable products for soft and hard tissue fixation. It possesses internationally patented and certified intellectual property in the field of bone regeneration.
DS is specialised in offering a complete range of services, from development to production of resorbable implants. 15 years of experience and CE marking of more than ten product families guarantee our customers a time and cost-efficient development. Production is set up to meet all regulatory demands and to ensure customer satisfaction.
We also offer drug release products, bioresorbable X-ray markers, resorbable membranes, single-use instruments as well as the possibility of different bio-material coatings, composites and colouring treatments.
Our own branded products are EasyGraft® and calc-i-oss™. Sysorb®, SolisRS®, Resorb-X® are some selected examples of products we have developed together with and for our customers.
Degradable Solutions is one of the pioneers in resorbable implants. Our highly specialised scientists are continuously searching for improved treatment solutions. Our material core competences involve processing of calcium phosphates (tricalcium phosphate, hydroxyapatite, biphasic calcium phosphates), polylactides (PLLA, PLDLA, PLGA) and composite materials. Our broad knowledge of resorbable materials enables us to offer optimised degradable solutions for each specific application.
Resorbable medical device development
As a specialist for resorbable implants Degradable Solutions offers a complete range of services from the development of the entire device, to the manufacturing (in cleanroom), assembling, packaging and sterilisation of resorbable implants, synthetic bone graft substitutes and other medical devices. As an OEM manufacturer, Degradable Solutions’ main technologies are:
- Injection moulding
- Ceramic processing
- Solvent casting
- Hot pressing
In recent years Degradable Solutions has established specialised technologies for thin coatings of ceramic granules as well as metal or resorbable polymer implants. The company has mastered the process and is able to make coatings in the micrometer range.
Innovative product development
As a specialised original equipment and contract manufacturer (OEM/CM) supplier, we always strive to develop new technologies and products that overcome our customers’ challenges. Our objective is to continuously develop unique solutions for our customers, and improved treatment options for patients.
Innovations can be launched faster, as we offer customised product development and production as well as the possibility of small manufacturing lots.
International client base
Degradable Solutions serves customers from all over the world in the business areas of dentistry and orthopaedics. As of 2011, Degradable Solutions is part of the Sunstar Group.
For more information about Degradable Solutions’ products and services, please contact us using the details or form below.
We are a one-stop shop for resorbable implants. We are specialised in offering the complete range of services for the development and manufacturing of resorbable implants and bone graft substitutes
Swiss company Degradable Solutions is looking for distribution partners for the sysorb resorbable interference screw.
Degradable Solutions is an OEM/CM specialised company for the development and manufacturing of resorbable and non-resorbable implants for the medical devices market. Thanks to the CE marking and FDA submissions of more than 12 product families, we guarantee our medtech customers a timely and cost-efficient development.
The Swiss company Degradable Solutions offers the new MatrixBarrier membrane for dental and medical applications.
Sunstar Suisse, a company of the Sunstar Group, one of the world's leading healthcare companies with its head office in Etoy, is taking over Degradable Solutions, a spin-off of the Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH), with a head office in Schlieren.