What is the Customize Implant?

Customized implants anatomically reproduce to the patient’s damaged area. Based on the patient’s CT data a unique customized implants is created to replace or to support skeleton defected area, hence recovering functionality. 
Printing the damaged area allows doctors to understand the real defects in real sizes and dimensions. Moreover, it helps to fine-tune the dimension and shape of the implant, mimic and practice the surgery process. This enhances the performance of the doctor and cuts surgery time. 3D printed damaged bones help in providing exact symmetry & maintain original implants

Implants have been used to reconstruct the missing bones to provide the benefit of both functioning. The implants are optimized to be lightweight without compromising mechanical reliability. The dimensions are fitting with a damaged area. If needed mesh structure is created.

Types of orthopedic implants are distinguished by their type of material and the type of tissue it will replace.

Metal Alloys

etal alloys, such as titanium, which is well recognized as one of the most used materials for orthopedic implants.  They are very inert and do not harm the organism; hence fully biocompatible.  This type of implants possesses incredible strength and toughness; they can serve a long time upwards of 10 years even more before needing to be replaced.  Titanium implants are often preferred to replace joints that support large amount of weight, or great strength is needed.

We suggest a metal-based implant using medical-grade titanium. We produce the implant by 3D printing or CNC machining depending on the shape and complexity of the implants.

Ceramics

These materials are particularly useful in mimicking cartilage or ligaments that may have degenerated over time or after significant trauma.  Total hip and joint replacements cab be an example where the polymers can be used.

Polymers

These materials are particularly useful in mimicking cartilage or ligaments that may have degenerated over time or after significant trauma. Total hip and joint replacements cab be an example where the polymers can be used.

Simulation

For the appropriate selection of the right material we perform a simulation to understand i) mechanical, ii) thermal, iii) chemical behavior of the implants

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