Minimize complications,
optimize healing conditions in oral surgery.

Meet Elemental, an intuitive, smart and 100% biocompatible dental material based on zinc ions, providing bacteriostatic wound protection for oral surgical sites.

  • Create optimal & predictable healing conditions
  • Minimize healing complications & post-operative pain
  • Inhibits bacterial & biofilm growth

Our partners

KU Leuven University
Çukurova University
Leading Ladies in Dentistry
Meet our Scientific Community

The Elemental Solution

Elemental Granulate provides bacteriostatic mechanical protection for oral surgical sites. Leveraging the antibacterial & wound-healing properties of zinc ions, Elemental is a practical solution to minimise complications and optimise healing conditions.

Oral Surgical Granulate helps clinicians to:


Palatal stent after soft tissue grafting

  • Optimal stabilization of the blood clot
  • Bacteria-repelling, mechanical protection
  • Minimize post-operative pain
  • Encourages healing process of donor site

Smart wound barrier on extraction sockets

  • Protects the regenerative materials used
  • Encourages healing of underlying tissue
  • Protects the wound against physical trauma & food irritation
  • Prevents membrane exposure

Immediate bacteriostatic denture

  • Non-brittle, rigid yet flexible denture
  • Bacteria-repelling material
  • Compatible with composite for aesthetic solutions
  • Protects the underlying wound site

Why dental professionals choose Elemental

& easy to use.

No post-operative pain for your patient.

Fewer healing complications.

Cost-effective and instantly applicable.

The healing results when using Elemental as a palatal stent after FGG harvesting are spectacular.
Prof. Dr. Andy Temmerman
Elemental protects the regenerative materials used in socket preservation and the healing is as good as I can wish for.
Dr. Minas Leventis, DDS, PhD

Dedicated to soft tissue excellence.

Human cells love to grow on Elemental, periodontal pathogens don't.

Wannes Van Holm, microbiologist & PhD at the research group Periodontology & Oral Microbiology, explains how in the video below.

How to implement

Hydroplastic biocompatible granulate for improved oral surgical care.

Soft Tissue Grafting

Antibacterial guard and it's storage case

Step 1

After harvesting the soft tissue graft, place the palatal stent made with Elemental granulate on the donor site.

Step 2

As the stent stabilizes the blood clot, there is better visualization when placing the graft on the recipient site.

Step 3

The patient wears the palatal stent for 7 days. Patients wearing a stent made with Elemental granulate report no post-operative pain.

Step 4

Clinicians observe better and faster re-epithelization of the donor site.

Socket Sealing

Antibacterial guard and it's storage case

Step 1

Perform the tooth extraction and place the regenerative materials; bone graft material or PRF and a membrane, if used.

Step 2

Place a thin layer of granulate as a wound barrier and optionally fixate the material with sutures for optimal stability.

Step 3

Elemental mechanically keeps the regenerative materials in place and prevents irration from food or masticatory trauma.

Step 4

Clinicians observe optimal healing, the site being covered completely by newly-formed connective tissue after 8 days, and no loss of regenerative materials.

The Elemental Scientific Community

Meet the people leading the Elemental movement.
Prof. Wim Teughels
Head of Periodontology & Microbiology Department KU Leuven University
Leading Elemental's clinical & academic research
Dr. Henriette Lerner
Specialist in oral surgery, focusing on implantology and aesthetics
Building network of Elemental evangelists
Prof. Cenk Haytac
Head of Periodontology Department at Cukurova University
Performing clinical studies at Cukurova University
Dr. Kenneth Van Stralen
Specialist in full-mouth rehabilitation and reconstructive surgery
Contributing to practical & clinical validation
Dr. Minas Leventis
Oral surgeon & researcher in Oral Surgery, Tissue Engineering & Implants
Contributing to Ridge Preservation indications
Dr. Alexander De Greef
Practicing Periodontist & Implantologist
Contributing to Soft Tissue Grafting indications
Prof. Andy Temmerman
Prof. Periodontology Department, lecturer, pacticing Periodontist & Implantologist
Contributing to practical & clinical validation
Dr. Shelley M. Khullar
Specialist in oral surgery, in both private practice, hospital and research
Contributing to practical & clinical validation
Dr. Rutger Dhondt
Practicing Periodontist & Implantologist
Contributing to practical & clinical validation
Dr. Marcus Engelschalk
Practicing Periodontist & Implantologist, instructor & lecturer
Contributing to practical & clinical validation
Dr. Fabio Manuel Filannino
Practicing Periodontist & Implantologist, lecturer in implant dentistry
Contributing to practical & clinical validation
Dr. Haakon Kuit
Practicing Periodontist & Implantologist, instructor & lecturer
Contributing to practical & clinical validation

More from the community

Dr. Kenneth Van Stralen
Coverage of the extraction socket after explant and placement of PRF
Dr. Haakon Kuit
Palatal stent on donor site in soft tissue augmentation case.
Dr. Yin Hui
Palatal stent on donor site in soft tissue augmentation case.
Dr. Mohammed El Farouki
Antibacterial coverage of implant sites.
Dr. Fabio Manuel Filannino
Antibacterial coverage of surgical implant site.
Dr. Stuart Kilner
Sutureless socket seal.
Prof. Dr. Andy Temmerman
Socket seal after placement of PRF.
Dr. Minas Leventis
Temporary antibacterial denture.


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