Surgalign launches new line of 3D-printed interbody fusion implants

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Surgalign launched four interbody fusion devices using its TiPlus technology, the devicemaker said Sept. 26.

The implants include Fortilink-A; Fortilink-TC and -TS, and Fortilink-C, all with TiPlus technology, according to a news release. The 3D-printed titanium alloy interbody cages are fully porous and designed for primary stability and bony ingrowth.

"The expansion of the Fortilink system to include a 3D-printed titanium implant, in addition to the existing TETRAfuse 3D-printed polymer option, is a unique and efficient solution," Aaron Creek, MD, of Destin-based Neck and Back Institute of Florida, said in the release. "The expansion of the Fortilink system to include a 3D-printed titanium implant, in addition to the existing TETRAfuse 3D-printed polymer option, is a unique and efficient solution. Utilizing the well-designed Fortilink instrumentation — but with two implant offerings in different biomaterials — allows me to better customize the treatment of my patients." 

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