Orthopedic implants

An orthopedic implant is a manmade device targeting to replace a joint, bone, or cartilage which are damaged or deformed by traumas or diseases.

In this case the doctor may decide to replace a damaged natural part with a manufactured medical device e.g., an orthopedic implant.  However, this task is not an easy one and heavily dependant on damaged area and type of bones.

Hip bone (os caxae)
Normal
Hip bone (os caxae)
Damaged (modeled)
Customized implant
Ti-based (modeled)
Talus (talus)
Normal
Damaged talus
damaged area
Fixed bone
temporary solution
Talus replacment
Our solution

Types of the orthopedic implants

Types of orthopedic implants are distinguished by their type of material and the type of tissue it will replace.

Metal Alloys

etal alloys, such as titanium, which is well recognized as one of the most used materials for orthopedic implants.  They are very inert and do not harm the organism; hence fully biocompatible.  This type of implants possesses incredible strength and toughness; they can serve a long time upwards of 10 years even more before needing to be replaced.  Titanium implants are often preferred to replace joints that support large amount of weight, or great strength is needed.

We suggest a metal-based implant using medical-grade titanium. We produce the implant by 3D printing or CNC machining depending on the shape and complexity of the implants.

Ceramics

Nowadays Bioceramics, because of a particular resemblance to actual bone, is a material that could replace degenerative tissue and bone due to osteoporosis and other medical issues.  The biocompatible ceramic promotes bone growth and ensures full healing and recovery.

Polymers

These materials are particularly useful in mimicking cartilage or ligaments that may have degenerated over time or after significant trauma.  Total hip and joint replacements cab be an example where the polymers can be used.

CNC produced implants

4.5mm Locking T-plate, 5 holes (Front view)

4.5mm Locking T-plate, 5 holes (back view)

4.5mm Straight reconstruction Plate, 4 hole

4.5mm Narrow compression Plate 7 Holes

3.5mm Lacking Straight Reconstruction Plate.


14 holes 200mm

3.5mm Lacking Straight Reconstruction Plate.


14 holes 200mm

3.5mm Lacking Straight Reconstruction Plate.


14 holes 300mm

3.5mm Lacking Straight Reconstruction Plate.


14 holes 300mm

4.5mm Narrow Limited Contact Dynamic Compression Plate, 7 hole

4.5mm Sherman

Reconstruction Plate, 4 holes

3.5mm Locking Pilon

Plate, 9 holes

3.5mm Locking curved reconstruction Plate, 14 hole

3.5mm Locking Straight reconstruction, 14 holes

3.5mm Locking low profile straight reconstruction Plate specification, 14 holes

3.5mm Locking Pilon

Plate, 9 holes

3.5mm Locking curved reconstruction Plate, 14 hole

Single Self clamp

4.5mm Semi Tubular Plate, 5 holes

2.4 mm Locking Dorsal Distal Radius straight Plate

4.5mm Distal tibia Plate, 14 holes

Screws

30mm strew

45 mm strew

75 mm strew

90 mm strew

42mm strew

50 mm strew

60 mm strew

36 mm strew

Contact us

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Address

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