Spinal Elements earns FDA clearance for titanium surface coating

Written by Shayna Korol | November 08, 2018 | Print  |

Spinal Elements received FDA clearance for claims related to its Ti-Bond titanium surface coating technology.

The company's portfolio includes several PEEK interbody fusion products featuring Ti-Bond, including the recently introduced Lucent XP height- and lordosis-expandable interbody device.

"Spinal Elements has had a long, successful experience with the clinical application of Ti-Bond technology in the spine," said Jason Blain, president and CEO of Spinal Elements. "This FDA clearance represents an important scientific element of the overall Ti-Bond story — one that will expand even more as the platform continues to flourish and we provide an increasing number of technology-based solutions to improve patient outcomes."

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