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THERAFORM - BioCollagen 4D Wound Healing

TheraFormô is a natural wound healing matrix of highly purified atelocollagen. The truly biocompatible matrix, with pliable and porous feature, instantly seals the wound lesion by restoring collagen frame network for 4-dimensional tissue regeneration: tissue organization, guided tissue regeneration, cell (MSC) vitalization, and cell ingrowth into the scaffolds of the BioCollagen matrix. TheraFormô also improves bleeding control, efficient oxygen supply, tissue hydration and exudates excretion.

BioCollagen 4D Wound Healing

  • 4-Dimensional Healing Process
  • Dynamic Cell Scaffolding and Recruitment
  • Direct Integrating into Normal Tissue
Application: Wound healing, Skin defects, Skin ulcer, Burn, Dental guided tissue regeneration


Standard: 30 x 40 x 5 / 50 x 70 x 5 / 100 x 100 x 5 mm
Sheet: 30 x 40 x 0.5 / 50 x 70 x 0.5 / 100 x 100 x 0.5 mm
Bilayer: 30 x 40 x 1 / 50 x 70 x 1 / 100 x 100 x 1 mm
Dental: 25mm x 8Ý

How to use

(1) Treat infection area and debride the wound before application of TheraFormô.
(2) Place TheraFormô to wound either in dry or wet state.


Skin Defects / Burn

Skin Ulcer

Dental Guided Tissue Regeneration

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  • 2. Haycocks, S., et al., Collagen matrix wound dressings and the treatment of DFUs. Journal of Wound Care, 2013.
    22(7): p. 1-6.
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    J Artif Organs, 2003. 6: p. 64-70.
  • 4. Lee, J.K., et al., Advantages of atellocollagen matrix (TheraFormô) for soft tissue augmentation. Journal of RegenPlasty,
    2011. 41: p. 9-17.
  • 5. Lee, J.K., et al., Evaluation of a collagen matrix as dermal substitute for wound healing in nude mouse model. Journal of
    Regen Plasty, 2008. 29: p. 13-9.
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    Repair and Regeneration, 2004. 12(5): p. 528-38.
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  • BioCollagen Healing (TheraFormô)
  • Non-Collagen Healing
    • Biocompatible atelocollagen
    • Direct tissue healing with collagen supplement
    • Bio-physical augmentation
    • Ideal collagen-MSC (cell) interaction
    • 4-D Scaffolding for cell ingrowth and vitalization
    • Retention of tissue molecules in the collagen frame
    • Synthetic materials or acellular matrices (allograft, xenograft)
    • Indirect tissue healing without collagen supplement
    • Physical augmentation
    • Weak cell pathway for ingrowth
    • No cell ingrowth and no vitalization
    • No collagen frame