OUSIA resorbable collagen membranes have been developed with a proprietary fiber orientation, which allows for optimal space maintenance and mechanical strength. Upon hydration, they are flexible and ideal for suturing.

OUSIA bioADAPT Resorbable Collagen Membrane

bioADAPT is a resorbable collagen membrane matrix madefrom Type I Bovine Collagen. Its pliable characteristics andpredictable resorption time of 3-4 months1 make it an ideal membrane for guiding the healing of bone and surrounding tissue. When hydrated, bioADAPT will naturally adapt to surgical defects and maintain a high tensile strength, which make it the ideal membrane for suturing.

With its in vivo stability, permeability and mechanical strength, bioADAPT is a reliable choice for various clinical applications. When used in conjunction with a bone grafting particulate, bioADAPT can help mitigate the migration of the particulate from the surgical site. Its resorbability eliminates the need for surgical removal. bioADAPT is packaged sterile, non-pyrogenic, and for single use


  • Fully resorbable with a predictable resorption time of 3-4 months1
  • Easy to handle, conforms to the surgical site without reshaping and does not adhere to itself
  • Guides healing and regeneration of bone and surrounding tissue
  • Unique fiber orientation provides high tensile strength for in situ stability of membrane
  • Cell occlusive, designed to retard and/or prevent epithelium down growth


  • Conforms to surgical site without re-shaping
  • Easy to handle, does not adhere to itself
  • Sufficient resorption time for sustained function in bone repair
  • Can easily be trimmed during surgery for a final fit
  • May be placed with either side against the tissue or bone

Typical Uses

  • Ridge augmentation
  • Bone regeneration around implants
  • Sinus lift
  • Periodontal defects
  • Apical root resection
  • Extraction sites
  • Actual size (15mm x 20mm)
  • Detail – 3x magnification
  • Detail – 100x magnification
  • Cross Section – 100x magnification

Resorption Profile

1D.Yuen, J. Ulreich, G. Zuclich, H-B. Lin and S-T Li “Prediction of In Vivo Stability of a Resorbable, Reconstituted Type I Collagen Membrane by In Vitro Methods.” 2000 Society for Biomaterials – Sixth World Congress.

2Reported from the product’s Instructions for Use.

3Data on file.

Membrane being used to protect site and contain graft material. Membrane was easily trimmed to fit around adjacent dentition

Available Sizes

Order # Membrane Size
OUSB1S 15mm x 20mm x 1mm thick
OUSB2S 20mm x 30mm x 1mm thick
OUSB3S 30mm x 40mm x 1mm thick