TiNET fm



Today TiNET titanium mesh represents the last frontier of three-dimensional regeneration with grids. Its features make it unique on the market and ideal for the following fields of use:


  • Bone defects with 3 and 2 walls;
  • Increase of horizontal bone;
  • Increase of vertical bone;
  • Increase of combined bone;
  • Stabilisation in case of accidental bone fractures (e.g. during a split-crest procedure);
  • Oroantral communication;
  • In association with the osteodistraction technique.


It can be used in association with autologous bone, or with biomaterials, or a combination of both autologous bone and biomaterials, as extensively detailed in clinical and experimental literature.

The unique circular arrangement of the holes, which follows an algorithm based on biological principles developed by Sweden & Martina’s Research and Development Department, allows fluid to pass through without reducing the curtain effect and gives the mesh excellent mechanical stability, which is an essential biological condition to promote neoangiogenesis inside the grafted material and prevent its transformation into fibrous tissue, thereby favouring the formation of new bone.
The special conformation of the small holes together with the material (Ti Gr.1) and the thickness of the mesh, make it very manageable when modelling it to adapt to the anatomy of the surgical site, preventing the formation of dangerous sharp edges and allowing, if necessary, to flatten the grid and reconstruct it from scratch.

The perimeter holes have a larger diameter to allow the passing of the osteosynthesis screws for securing the mesh to the bone crest.


There is also a special hole for the implant’s healing screw, which makes it easier to use the grids when the reconstruction technique is performed at the same time as the implant insertion.

Unlike other grids available on the market, the TiNET fm mesh has an untreated surface and a polished surface to meet the various needs of the side in contact with the bone surface, with respect to the side in contact with soft tissues. The polished side has a bronze-coloured anodised ring around the hole dedicated to the healing screw.


If accidentally exposed, the TiNET mesh normally only causes an apical repositioning of the bone regeneration level, unlike other devices that can be completely reabsorbed and lose their curtain effect, or become infected.



Nail screws of 1,2 mm diameter, made of medical grade 5 titanium and with an average breaking strength of 58% higher than the nail screws in the market. The nail screws are available in 4 mm length. The working part is completely threaded, with large pitch spiral, while the tip is smooth and pyramid-shaped as well as extremely sharp for easy bone penetration