Choosing a Tissue Bank

At Restoreflow Allografts we know that the best strategy for tissue safety is created with thoughtful preparation and validation, while implementing highly monitored operating redundancy standards to reduce risks to an absolute minimum.

At Restoreflow, we appreciate that as a surgeon you fully understand that any restorative transplantation surgery using human tissue involves various risks, which is why we made it our  primary goal to ensure that we reduce these risks to an absolute minimum. We also know that a patient’s health and safety is always at the forefront of your mind and we are proud to inform you that we have a zero-incidence rate of allograft implant-associated diseases and infections.

Our dedication to providing the highest quality allograft tissue starts by implementing carefully validated procedures while creating redundancy safeguards at every stage. Redundancy is key. Our advanced operating procedures act as a check-and-balance to the extremely rare event of  tissue contamination and allow us to protect the quality of every allograft tissue from harmful diseases or infections. While the risks for contamination are always low, our 3 Stage Quality Control Plan utilizes state-of-the-art technologies applying proprietary tissue restoration and preparation techniques to provide confidence that you are receiving the highest allograft tissue safety and quality assurance possible. That is our promise to you.

Our 3 Stage Quality Control Plan is implemented as follows: 

- Comprehensive Donor Screening Process

- Allograft Tissue Laboratory Testing

- Advanced Allograft Tissue Preparation and Storage


Going Beyond Industry Standards

At Restoreflow we utilize an advanced technology to provide an additional layer of safety and reduction of disease transmission known as the ISBT 128 Donor Coding/Labeling System, providing enhanced identification, information transference, and labeling of all our donated tissue.


For More Information Download Our Free Allograft Checklist!

Download our Free Allograft  Tissue Safety Checklist!