Tritanium C

Anterior Cervical Cage

A hollow implant that consists of configurations of both solid and porous structures built using AMagine Technology, our proprietary approach to implant creation using additive manufacturing. This cage is available in a variety of footprints, heights and lordotic angles to accommodate various patient anatomies. A threaded inserter connection is designed to promote rigid connectivity and control during insertion.

Main Features

  • Our proprietary Tritanium In-Growth Technology, used to build the Tritanium C Cages, was designed for bone in-growth and biological fixation [1]
  • Porous structure of Tritanium technology is designed to create a favorable environment for cell attachment and proliferation [2,3] and may be able to wick or retain fluid when compared to traditional titanium material [4]
  • Porous structures feature randomized pore shape and sizing that are designed to mimic cancellous bone [3,5]
  • Interconnected pore structure from endplate to endplate [3]
  • Created to allow imaging [6]
  • Shaped for stability [7,8]
  • Developed to minimize subsidence [9]
  • Empowered by AMagine Technology – our proprietary approach to implant creation using additive manufacturing

1. PROJ 43909 | Tritanium technology claim support memo
2. RD0000053710 | Tritanium cell infiltration and attachment experiment
3. Karageorgiou V, Kaplan D. Porosity of 3D biomaterial scaffolds and osteogenesis. Biomaterials 2005;26:5474–91
4. RD0000050927 | Tritanium material capillary evaluation
5. DHF0000053171 | Tritanium C 510(k) Physical Testing Report
6. PROJ0000054459 | Tritanium C implant imaging marketing memo
7. PROJ0000054458 | Tritanium C insertion and expulsion marketing memo
8. PROJ44960 | Coefficient of friction memo
9. PROJ0000054457 | Tritanium C subsidence marketing memo


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