Xtant Medical launches 3 new spinal implants — 3 things to know

Written by Alan Condon | October 17, 2019 | Print  |

Xtant Medical launched two cervical interbody spacers and one PEEK implant last month.

Three things to know:

1. The Intice-C titanium cervical interbody spacer offers the biologic benefits of titanium without the coating delamination concerns of PEEK implants. It was designed to reduce stress shielding linked with rigid titanium implants.

2. Atrix-C Union is a cervical allograft interbody spacer, offering both cortical structural stability and a cancellous center. The combination provides an osteoconductive matrix designed to support bone growth and fusion.

3. Calix-C PC is a plasma coated PEEK implant and the latest addition to the Calix PC product line. The implant combines the osteo-equivalent modulus of PEEK with the bone qualities of titanium and provides frictional titanium plasma coating on bone contact areas.

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