PEEK MILLED IMPLANTS
Derived from CT data for satisfying reconstructive results
Intended for replacement of bony voids in the cranial/craniofacial skeleton.
Features and Benefits
Better anatomic fit versus conventional fixation/reconstruction methods1, 2, *
Reduced operating time compared to traditional reconstruction methods that require extensive contouring1, 2, **
Satisfying aesthetic results for surgeon and patient1, 2, **
Suitable materials for definitive treatment
Any necessary modifications of a PEEK implant (e.g., drainage, monitoring devices) can be performed in the OR with standard instruments
Implant fixation with DePuy Synthes plates and screw systems
Short turnaround time.
Other Services Offered
One-to-one online design sessions for preoperative surgical planning
Online surgeon accounts
3D tools for implant reviews
Supply of 3D data (format STL)
Engineered for strength and stability
Radiolucent (minimal MRI artifact)
Bone-like stiffness and strength
Surgeon can determine plate and screw placement during surgery
Notes regarding the use of PEEK Patient Specific Implants:
PEEK Patient Specific Implants require minimal (if any) modification. For minor fit modifications, it is suggested that the surgeon modify the patient bone rather than modifying the PEEK Patient Specific Implant. PEEK Patient Specific Implants can be modified with a high-speed burr, if needed. PEEK implants should be modified and rinsed in sterile saline solution away from the implant/surgical site to ensure that the particulate debris does not infiltrate the surgical site after any modifications.