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Expandable Spacer System

The TiBOW Expandable Spacer System with Osseo-Loc® surface technology, provides a micro invasive solution for TLIF procedures. TiBOW offers in-situ expansion, as well as a unique surface architecture, which has been shown in studies to promote bone on-growth. Streamlined instrumentation and implant geometry provides the surgeon minimal tissue and neural disruption while achieving surgical goals, expanded endplate coverage, and restoring patient alignment.

  • Controlled in-situ expansion allows for increased endplate coverage and stability, increased internal graft volume, and physiological levels of lordosis restoration
  • Bulleted tip simplifies insertion in collapsed degenerative discs without compromising the apophyseal ring
  • Tactile and visual confirmation of expansion
  • Multiple lordotic options to assist in restoration of normal spino-pelvic alignment
  • Allows for post-packing of interbody after implantation when used with the Osteo-Line™ Graft Delivery System and Osteo-Link™ Flowable DBM

Procedural Solutions

CENTRIC® Expandable Retractor System

  • Lightweight, open frame design increases visibility
  • Independent blade angulation allows for increased distal exposure without enlarging incision
  • Full complement of innovative surgical instruments

SENTRY Lateral Plate System

  • Integrated Cam-locking Mechanism Prevent Screw Backout
  • Anterior Column Stabilization of the Thoracic and Lumbar Spine
  • Multiple Screw Options Accommodate Varying Patient Anatomies

OSTEO-LINK® 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.

2K.Kieswetter, Z. Schwartz, T. W. Hummert, D. L. Cochran, J. Simpson and B. D. Boyan
“Surface roughness modulates the local production of growth factors by osteoblast-like MG-62 cells” The Journal of Biomedical Materials Research (1996): Web.

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