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Expandable Spacer System

The PROLIFT Expandable interbody system provides a micro invasive solution for TLIF and PLIF procedures with in-situ expansion for restoration of normal anatomic disc height and decompression of neural elements. Streamlined instrumentation provides the surgeon minimal tissue disruption and nerve retraction while achieving surgical goals and restoring patient alignment.

  • Multiple lordotic and parallel options to assist in the restoration of normal spino-pelvic alignment
  • Controlled in-situ expansion allows for foraminal and disc height restoration, as well as physiological levels of lordosis
  • Bulleted tip simplifies insertion in collapsed degenerative discs without compromising the apophyseal ring
  • Tactile and visual confirmation prevents over distraction
  • Surface architecture provides osteophylic titanium substrate1
  • Promotes mineralization (bony on-growth) of implant2
  • Designed to optimize intervertebral stability1
  • Available in 0°, 7°, 12° & 15° Lordosis

Procedural Solutions

CALYPSO™ Midline Retractor System

  • Facilitates PLIFs through a minimally invasive midline incision
  • Snap on quick release blades for ease of use
  • Anatomicall shaped teeth conform to the facet joint

CENTERLINE® Thoracolumbar Spinal System

  • Low Profile Cobalt Chrome Tulip Heads and 4.75mm Rods Minimize Retraction
  • Cortical Cancellous Thread Design Maximizes Screw Purchase
  • Midline Approach Conserves Anatomy Surrounding Surgical Site

OSTEO-LINK® 100% Demineralized Bone Matrix

  • 100% Allograft bone processed using proprietary demineralization process
  • Allows clinician to hydrate with patient’s own stem cells, BMA, growth factors, PRP, or with an antibiotic solution

1Feighan, J.E., Goldberg, V.M., Davy, D., Parr, J.A., Stevenson, S.
“The Influence of Surface Blasting on the Incorporation of Titanium-Alloy Implants in a Rabbit Intramedullary Model.” The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery 77.9 (1995): 1380-96. Web.

2Elias Nelson Carlos
“Factors Affecting the Success of Dental Implants” Biomaterials laboratory Rio de Janeiro, RJ (2008): Web.