Cascadia Cervical 3D

Interbody System

The Cascadia Cervical 3D Interbody System includes a full range of implant sizes carefully designed to accommodate the vertebral anatomy. This system is used in conjunction with instrumentation that allows for implant insertion and endplate preparation.

Main Features

  • Roughened titanium surfaces have been shown to demonstrate increased protein expression in contrast to smooth titanium surfaces [1,2,3]
  • Implant designed to allow sagittal lordosis
  • 0°, 7°, 12° lordotic sagittal profiles
  • Reverse hourglass design allows for a large graft volume
  • Bulleted nose to ease insertion

1. Karande TS, Kaufmann JM, and Agrawal CM. “Chapter 3: Functions and Requirements of Synthetic Scaffolds in Tissue Engineering.” Nanotechnology and RegenerativeEngineering: The Scaffold, Second Edition. Ed. CT Laurencin and LS Nair. Boca Raton: CRC Press, 2014. Pages 63-102.
2. Bobyn JD, Pilliar RM, Cameron HU, and Weatherly GC. “The optimum pore size for the fixation of porous-surfaced metal implants by the ingrowth of bone.” ClinicalOrthopaedics and Related Research 150 (1980): 263-270.
3. Karageorgiou V and Kaplan D. “Porosity of 3D biomaterials scaffolds and osteogenesis.” Biomaterials 26 (2005): 5474-5491.


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