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Custom Spinal Interbody Cages

Custom interbody cages for spinal fusion serve as a space holder between the vertebras, exclusively manufactured for each patient’s specific anatomy in the case of spinal trauma, disc degeneration or degradation, and deformity correction. These cages use modern 3D printing technology and biocompatible medical-grade materials to improve patient contentment with surgical results.

Product Overviwe

Product Overview

As each patient’s anatomy is special, off-the-shelf cages restrict the surgeon’s options for establishing a treatment strategy, whereas customized cages are made following the doctor’s desired course of treatment, providing the patient with higher-quality care.

Custom spinal cages are manufactured using patient CT scans and, in the particular instance of the lumbar region, the surgeon’s preference for PLIF or TLIF options. This ensures optimal compliance with the patient’s anatomy and the physician’s treatment plan.

When these cages with aforethought porosity, teeth, and slope design depending on surgeon preference are created using biocompatible medical-grade materials and revolutionary 3D printing technology, the chances of a successful surgical outcome are significantly boosted.

These cages are the best option for patients with spinal trauma, disc degeneration, and deformity correction because they eliminate the need for prefabricated, one-size-fits-all designs, which frequently require cage adjustments or may cause bone degradation which also limit the options available to physicians for approaches to therapy.

Workflow

Step 1

Medical Imaging

To match the existing space between vertebras without the need for a future revision, a realistic 3D model of the patient's vertebras and disc anatomy is generated using CT and X-ray imaging.

Step 2

Cage Design

Considering the patient's anatomy, disc location, and soft tissue, biomechanical engineers create a unique cage.

Step 3

Product Manufacturing

3D printing technology is used to manufacture the cage with titanium, cobalt-chrome, and tantalum when a surgeon gives permission to proceed.

Step 4

Surgery

The anatomical model of the patient and the sterilized cage are given to the physician. An employee of our company may serve in the operating room to help with cage placement.

Specifications

Together, surgeons and the engineering team can design the cage’s form and functionalities based on the clinical assessment of the patient and the intended course of treatment.

We offer a wide range of cages depending on whether the injury is to the cervical or lumbar region, as well as the surgical techniques and the patient’s anatomical limits.

Our cages are designed with anatomical structure, and optimal conditions for fusion to replace cervical and lumbar intervertebral discs and to fuse the adjacent vertebral surfaces.

Specially aligned teeth on superior and inferior surfaces ensure good primary stability and reduce the risk of cage migration as flared ends.

We create customized cage that is designed to match to the anatomy of the patient with the issue so it is the best size for the optimum stress distribution pattern.

Specifications

Together, surgeons and the engineering team can design the cage’s form and functionalities based on the clinical assessment of the patient and the intended course of treatment.

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Cases report

Cases report

Our case studies illustrate the benefits that come from utilizing our distinctively developed equipment. They demonstrate the effectiveness of our treatment approaches and the ability of our professionals to create unique solutions for each patient. Examining our reports may help you gain a better understanding of the level of precision and attention to detail we put into each and every aspect of our work with patient-specific cages.