Patient Specific Implants

‘Patient-specific’ technology is a nascent area in the healthcare industry, for which new applications are being continuously discovered. The use of Patient-specific implants has been well established in the fields of Maxillofacial and Craniofacial procedures, where customisation to fit each patient’s requirement is an essential factor. These implants are also gaining popularity in a wide range of orthopaedic applications, with 3D Printing applicable to produce implants of virtually any shape required.

Patient Specific Implants

‘Patient-specific’ technology is a nascent area in the healthcare industry, for which new applications are being continuously discovered. The use of Patient-specific implants has been well established in the fields of Maxillofacial and Craniofacial procedures, where customisation to fit each patient’s requirement is an essential factor. These implants are also gaining popularity in a wide range of orthopaedic applications, with 3D Printing applicable to produce implants of virtually any shape required.

Patient Specific Implants

‘Patient-specific’ technology is a nascent area in the healthcare industry, for which new applications are being continuously discovered. The use of Patient-specific implants has been well established in the fields of Maxillofacial and Craniofacial procedures, where customisation to fit each patient’s requirement is an essential factor. These implants are also gaining popularity in a wide range of orthopaedic applications, with 3D Printing applicable to produce implants of virtually any shape required.

Patient Specific Implants

‘Patient-specific’ technology is a nascent area in the healthcare industry, for which new applications are being continuously discovered. The use of Patient-specific implants has been well established in the fields of Maxillofacial and Craniofacial procedures, where customisation to fit each patient’s requirement is an essential factor. These implants are also gaining popularity in a wide range of orthopaedic applications, with 3D Printing applicable to produce implants of virtually any shape required.

Our process of creating accurate 3D models from DICOM information using specialised software and actual models using 3D Printers assists surgeons with the complex pre-operative planning required for these procedures.The customised implants themselves are usually manufactured through Metal 3D Printing techniques using medical-grade Titanium alloys.

Our process of creating accurate 3D models from DICOM information using specialised software and actual models using 3D Printers assists surgeons with the complex pre-operative planning required for these procedures.The customised implants themselves are usually manufactured through Metal 3D Printing techniques using medical-grade Titanium alloys.

Our process of creating accurate 3D models from DICOM information using specialised software and actual models using 3D Printers assists surgeons with the complex pre-operative planning required for these procedures. The customised implants themselves are usually manufactured through Metal 3D Printing techniques using medical-grade Titanium alloys.

Hip Implants

Shoulder Implants

Cranio Maxillofacial Implants

Hip Implants

Shoulder Implants

Cranio Maxillofacial Implants

Hip Implants

Shoulder Implants

Cranio Maxillofacial Implants

Hip Implants

Shoulder Implants

Cranio Maxillofacial Implants

3D Printed Patient-specific implants offer perfect form, fit and enhanced functionality. They also reduce the time taken for surgical procedures, and in specific cases the recovery time for patients as well. Thus they reduce the cost borne by the patients while improving their clinical outcomes.

3D Printed Patient-specific implants offer perfect form, fit and enhanced functionality. They also reduce the time taken for surgical procedures, and in specific cases the recovery time for patients as well. Thus they reduce the cost borne by the patients while improving their clinical outcomes.

3D Printed Patient-specific implants offer perfect form, fit and enhanced functionality. They also reduce the time taken for surgical procedures, and in specific cases the recovery time for patients as well. Thus they reduce the cost borne by the patients while improving their clinical outcomes.