SeaSpine initiates full commercial launch of Shoreline Anterior Cervical Standalone System: 5 notes

Written by Megan Wood | September 26, 2017 | Print  |

SeaSpine reported the full commercial launch of its Shoreline Anterior Cervical Standalone System.

Here are five notes:


1. Intended to offer maximum flexibility and modularity, the Shoreline system comes in zero- and low-profile plating options with two, three or four holes.


2. Additionally, the system comes with 10 degree and 15 degree lordotic implants.


3. Equipped with TruProfile technology, the Shoreline system has a low-profile plate design at 1.6 mm thickness.


4. The system features NanoMetalene surface technology, which is a titanium surface that still offers biocompatibility, elasticity like bone and radiographic visibility.


5. Specifically, NanoMetalene is a "sub-micron layer of pure titanium molecularly bonded to a PEEK implant using a proprietary, high-energy low-temperature process."


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