DePuy Synthes launches Trumatch Titanium 3D-Printed Implants: 5 things to know Featured

Written by  Mackenzie Garrity | Tuesday, 12 September 2017 17:04
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DePuy Synthes launches its Trumatch Titanium 3D-Printed Implants for facial reconstruction surgery.

Here are five things to know:


1. Trumatch Titanium 3D-Printed Implants are custom designed from a CT scan of the patient's skull and surgeons can use the image for surgical planning.


2. With the addition of these implants, DePuy Synthes can now offer Trumatch Orthognathics, a personalized total solution for orthognathic surgery.


3. The implants use a new digital approach giving surgeons better independent accuracy of maxillary positioning and reducing surgery time.


4. DePuy Synthes signed an exclusive agreement with Materialise, a marketer of software solutions and 3-D printing services in medical markets, to distribute the implants.


5. The company plans to begin marketing Trumatch Titanium 3D-Printed implants later this month.


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