This implant is intended for treatment of severe degenerated or fractured vertebral bodies in cervical column.
Ridges for improvement of primary engagement of the vertebral body to the implant.
Enhanced self-locking threads to allow fixation of the implant at desired height.
Optimized bone graft spacing to facilitate fusion of adjacent vertebrae.
Endplates for enhancement of fixation stability to the vertebrae.
Enhanced with porous HA coating layer to promote osseoconductivity of the implant surfaces.
Expandable in height to allow treatment of multiple vertebral levels at cervical column.
Manufactured from high mechanical strength of Titanium alloy (Ti6Al4V-ELI).
Locking screw for adjustment of implant at adequate height.
Cervical implants are orthopedic devices orthopedic surgeons use to decompress and stabilize the spine. These devices are implanted either from the front (anterior) of the spine or from the back (posterior). Information about anterior implants starts below.
The aims of cervical spine surgery include:
1 – Reduce pressure on the nerve(s) by decompression (for instance, surgically removing tissues pushing on a nerve).
2- Stabilize the cervical spine by fusing two or more cervical vertebrae together.