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KYERON is a Dutch biomaterials company based in Enschede, the Netherlands. We are driven by developing solutions to medical needs. In all our products we have used the latest and most innovative ingredients in today's biomaterial knowledge. KYERON biomaterials may be used in various orthopaedic, neurosurgical, and periodontal tissue grafting procedures.

On our website you will find information about the types of bone graft, general product and company information.

We hope you'll spend a few minutes exploring our website and getting to know our company. Thanks for your interest in KYERON.

Passion for Regenerative Biologics

products

bone GraftS


joint regeneration


ELIZ
OSIQ
AXOZ QS
REOS
FUSE'M
 
CHOPIN
SYNOZ
   

wound management


other


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11
JuL
2016
ISO13485
Currently KYERON is in the process of obtaining its ISO13485 certification. The certificate is expected in Q3 of this year.
27
APR
2016
NEW HEMOSTATIC FIBRILLAR
KYERON finalizing the in-house development of a unique, affordable and extremely effective haemostatic biomaterial. End of this year the product will be commercial avaiable in various volumes. Simple application characteristics are part of the excellent performance.
01
SEP
2015
kyeron invests in research
KYERON has signed an agreement with the University Twente and University Maastricht to research innovative scaffolds for bone and cartilage regeneration.
 
 
 
Read more about Types of Bone Graft:
ELIZ  |  OSIQ  |  AXOZ  |  REOS 

New York City started as Dutch colony called New Amsterdam.
The Netherlands is the most densely populated nation in Europe. With 487 inhabitants per square kilometer, the Netherlands has the highest population density of any European country with more than 1 million inhabitants.
More than a quarter of the Netherlands is below sea level
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86% of Dutchies speak English as a second language
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