The number of knee joint replacement operations done each year is continually increasing. The current worldwide estimate is roughly half a million. Globally, knee replacement is the second most frequently performed joint replacement after hip replacement.
Our range includes :-
AGC Total Knee System
Biome introduces the AGC Total Knee System, featuring a universal femoral component, a one piece molded, metal-backed tibial component and a dome-shaped patellar component. The AGC system is the first total knee system to offer complete component.
Infused with vitamin E, a natural antioxidant, E1® Technology defines a new class of alternative bearings and overcomes the limitations of polyethylene by uniting long-term material stability, high strength and ultra-low wear.
Biomet offers both the Biolox® delta and the Biolox® delta Option Ceramic Femoral Heads. The Biolox® delta component is a traditional one piece ceramic head indicated for primary hip arthroplasty only. The Biolox® delta Option ceramic head features a titanium neck sleeve designed to allow surgeons to utilize a ceramic head in either primary or revision hip arthroplasties.
Biomet manufactures a variety of knee joint replacement prostheses intended for application with or without bone cement. Knee joint replacement components include femoral, tibial, and patellar components. Components are available in a variety of designs and size.
Replacement of the diseased surface of the femoral head while simultaneously restoring the normal anatomy and biomechanical function. The ReCap® Femoral Resurfacing System replaces the diseased surface of the femoral head and is designed to restore the normal anatomy and biomechanical function of the hip joint. The major advantage of the ReCap® Femoral Resurfacing System is its conservative nature. By avoiding medullary canal.
Combining excellent clinical success and durability for the last 25 years, the Taperloc® hip continues to deliver consistent, reproducible results. The Taperloc® stem is designed after the European philosophy of a flat tapered wedge. It has evolved to incorporate the Reduced Distal and Microplasty™ stems to better address all patient anatomies and facilitate multiple surgical techniques.
Engineered with increased post-in-box contact area to provide optimal stability throughout range of motion. The Vanguard® SSK Revision Knee System was designed to maximize the ability to address difficult revisions by offering constraint flexibility within the system, options for bone defects and easy, reproducible instrumentation.
The Discovery® Elbow System features spherical condyles on the hinge to allow for increased articular surface contact. Hinge laxity allows for proper anatomical varus/valgus movement in the elbow, and the spherical condyles can be assembled in the joint from a posterior approach.
Regenerex® Porous Titanium Construct unites the proven clinical history of Titanium with an enhanced interconnecting pore structure, resulting in a revolutionary material that provides for biologic fixation.
The Regenerex® RingLoc®+ Modular Acetabular System combines the proven RingLoc® shell design with next generation cup features and Regenerex® Porous Titanium Construct to achieve an optimal combination of stability, strength and intraoperative flexibility in primary and revision hip surgery.
The most bone preserving shoulder implant on the market. The Copeland™ Humeral Resurfacing Head features a revolutionary design that conserves bone and utilizes a patient’s natural anatomy for implant placement. Its anatomical alignment allows for exact retroversion, exact angle of inclination and exact posterior offset.
Biomet now offers the Taperloc® and Balance® Microplasty™ Hip Stems to address the growing demand for minimally invasive options in total hip arthroplasty. These stems are conducive to multiple minimally invasive techniques, including ASI, and provide surgeons with an alternative to femoral resurfacing.
The Copeland™ EAS™ Humeral Resurfacing Head is based on the clinically proven Copeland Humeral Resurfacing Head.1-4 It provides a conservative stemless option for cuff tear arthropathy (CTA) and offers easy conversion to a stemmed.
As for any other weight-bearing joint, spine fractures should be treated by an anatomical reduction and a stabilization. The combination of these two steps, along with early mobilization and weight bearing, allows biomechanical restoration. Anatomical reduction means restoration of the geometry of the whole vertebral body, that is cortical ring and end plates.
Ideal option for hemi and total shoulder arthroplasty that provides for patient specific implant selection The Comprehensive® Shoulder System features a broad array of options, including wide-ranging sizes, customizable offset, potential for enhanced fixation and easy-to-use instrumentation. It also offers the flexibility to move from a hemi-arthroplasty to a total arthroplasty, or revise if necessary.
The Arcos® Modular Femoral Revision System is a comprehensive femoral revision system that meets the demands of complex revision surgery by offering 117 proximal/distal combinations, multiple auxiliary fixation options and one simple instrumentation platform. This system provides surgeons and O.R. staff customization, surgical control, O.R. efficiency and reproducibility in a way that addresses patient and practice needs.