The ODONCER ceramics can be used for filling bone defects during dental or maxillofacial surgery. It is made of tricalcium phosphate and hydroxypatite. The tricalcium phosphate has faster resorption kinetics than the hydroxypatite. When the loss or reinforcement of bone substances requires a filling, dental surgeon have two options for those fillings. They can use autologous or heterologous grafts. While they both have high success rates, the autologous grafts are not sufficient when there is major bone loss. Synthetic bone substitutions used for fillings do not have the contamination risks of their counterparts. Clinical studies find that there are myriad benefits to using calcium phosphate ceramics when filling bone tissue in various surgeries. The ODONCER ceramics are made and inspected by Teknimed and comply with set standards.