MegaDerm® is made by processing the donated human skin is derived from human skin which is processed using a AlloClean® technology.
The Alloclean® process inactivates or removes cell debris, antigens and potential viruses while maintaining the structural integrity inherent in the pre-processed collagen. MegaDerm® is used not only in skin transplantation but also in soft-tissue reconstruction.

Raw material
  • Skin
  • MegaDerm Freeze-Dried
  • MegaDerm Plus (Medical device I Approval No. 16-211)
  • MegaDerm Express (Slit / Puncture)
  • Excellent biocompatibility
  • Stable three-dimensional structure
  • Superior physical properties (tensile force, elasticity)
  • The product could be provided with proper size and shape for each indication.
  • Breast Reconstruction
  • Burn & Trauma
  • Rhinoplasty
  • Facial Reconstruction
  • Abdominal & Chest Wall Reconstruction
  • Anti-adhesion
  • Parotidectomy
  • Rotator Cuff Repair
  • Gastrectomy & Pneumonectomy
  • Tympanoplasty
  • GBR Membrane
  • Duraplasty
Related refernce
  • Characterization and tissue incorporation of cross-linked human acellular dermal matrix
    Ju Hee Lee ea al. Biomaterials (2015) 44:195-205
  • Preventive effect of human acellular dermal matrix on post-thyroidectomy scars and adhesions
    Kee Hyun Nam et al. Dermatologic Surgery (2015) 41:812`820
  • Esthetic neck dissection using an endoscope via retroauricular incision
    Woong Nam et al. J Korean Assoc Oral Maxillofac Surgery (2014) 40:27-31
  • Acceleration of osteogenesis by platelet-rich plasma with acellular dermal matrix in a calvarial defect model
    Woon Hyeok Jeong et al. Childs Nerv Syst (2016) 32:1653–1659
  • Acellular Dermal Matrix as a Core Strut for Projection in Nipple Reconstruction: Approaches for Three Different Methods of Breast Reconstruction
    Gui-Yong Park et al. Archives of Plastic Surgery (2016) 43:424-429
  • Augmentation Rhinoplasty With Silicone Implant Covered With Acellular Dermal Matrix in Asian Noses
    Man Koon Suh et al. The Journal of Craniofacial Surgery (2016)
  • The Effect of Sterile Acellular Dermal Matrix Use on Complication Rates in Implant-Based Immediate Breast Reconstructions
    Jun Ho Lee et al. Archives of Plastic Surgery (2016) 43:523-528
  • Comparative Skin Evaluation After Split-Thickness Skin Grafts Using 2 Different Acellular Dermal Matrices to Cover Composite Forearm Defects
    Myung Chul Lee et al. J Hand Surg Am. (2017)
  • Use of Acellular Allogenic Dermal Matrix (MegaDerm) in Orbital Wall Reconstruction: A Comparison With Absorbable Mesh Plate and Porous Polyethylene
    Jiye Kim et al. The Journal of Craniofacial Surgery (2017)
  • Comparison of the Amount of Drainage in 3 Acellular Dermal Matrices in Implant-Based Breast Reconstruction: A Retrospective Study
    Jiye Kim et al. The Journal of Craniofacial Surgery (2017)
  • Usefulness of Cross-Linked Human Acellular Dermal Matrix as an Implant for Dorsal Augmentation in Rhinoplasty
    Chae Eun Yang et al. Aesth Plast Surg (2017)