Here are five points:
1. Composed of medical grade polyetheretherketone, the system is coated with titanium and hydroxyapatite.
2. The biomaterial combination is designed to offer an enhanced solution for achieving biologic fusion.
3. The system's coating promotes bony growth while the large graft maximizes vertebral body support and reduces subsidence risk.
4. The ShurFit features a trapezoidal design that helps with anterior placement; a tooth patter which subdues implant expulsion; and tantalum markers intended to facilitate radiographic implant positioning.
5. Patients suffering from degenerative disc disease in their cervical spines are ideal candidates for treatment with the ShurFit.
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