Implants for the spine

3D printing processes improve the properties of the cages:

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"mediCage®"-Cervical 3D for the cervical spine
"mediCage®"-TLIF - 3D implants for the lumbar spine
Additive cages for the spine – cervical and lumbar – complete the Medicon spine program. We introduce:

Lattice structure leads to osseointegration

3D printing creates a definable mesh that has pore sizes that support osseointegration as well as can be designed to match the elastic properties of the bone[1].

[1] Barba D, Alabort E, Reed RC. Synthetic bone: Design by additive manufacturing. Acta Biomater. 2019 Oct 1;97:637-656. doi: 10.1016/j.actbio.2019.07.049. Epub 2019 Aug 5. PMID: 31394295. (→Full-length article)

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Capillary effect

Good interaction between implant and bone structure. Allows for rapid fusion of the vertebral bodies during the healing process.

Lordotic and convex design

Leads to the restoration of natural lordosis as well as the relief of neurological structures.

Medicon eG produces the new spinal implants using the 3D printing process in its own manufacturing facility.

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"mediCage®"-Cervical 3D for the cervical spine
"mediCage®"-TLIF - 3D implants for the lumbar spine