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Foot Implants, Hammertoe

Definition : Foot implants designed for the stabilization of the subtalar joint; blocking forward, downward, and medial displacement of the talus and allowing normal motion of the joint. These implants are available in several shapes and materials, including plastic (e.g., high-weight polyethylene) angled discs (that may be cemented) that are placed on the surface of the calcaneus, domes that are placed in a hole in the dorsal surface of the calcaneus, and metal (e.g., titanium) conic implants that are placed and threaded in the space between the calcaneus and talus (i.e., sinus tarsi). Temporary implants (also known as endorthoses) that are usually threaded in the sinus tarsi, made of a combination of titanium and polyethylene and intended for removal after joint stabilization are also available. Subtarsal foot implants are used in a variety of orthopedic treatments, including for subtalar instability, flat foot, deformities associated with tibial tendon dysfunction, and severe pronation.

Entry Terms : "Hammertoe Foot Implants"

UMDC code : 24900

   

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Biomet 3i Australia Pty Ltd

Biomet 3i Australia Pty Ltd

Biomet 3i Belgium NV

Biomet 3i Belgium NV

Biomet 3i Canada Inc

Biomet 3i Canada Inc

Biomet 3i Dental Iberica SL

Biomet 3i Dental Iberica SL

Biomet 3i Deutschland GmbH

Biomet 3i Deutschland GmbH

Biomet 3i do Brasil Ltda

Biomet 3i do Brasil Ltda

Biomet 3i France

Biomet 3i France

Biomet 3i LLC

BIOMET 3i offers one of the most comprehensive lines of Dental Implants and Dental Implant Abutments, augmented by a growing line of site preparation and regenerative products. BIOMET 3i pioneered the development of biologically driven Dental Implants, winning worldwide acclaim For the microtextuRed surface and superior clinical success rates of the OSSEOTITE Dental Implants

Biomet 3i Mexico SA de CV

Biomet 3i Mexico SA de CV

Biomet 3i Netherlands bv

Biomet 3i Netherlands bv

Biomet 3i Nordic AB

Biomet 3i Nordic AB

Biomet 3i Schweiz GmbH

Biomet 3i Schweiz GmbH

Biomet 3i UK Ltd

Biomet 3i UK Ltd

Biomet Austria GmbH

Biomet Austria GmbH

Biomet Belgium bvba

Biomet Belgium bvba

Biomet CZ sro

Biomet CZ sro

Biomet Deutschland GmbH

Biomet Deutschland GmbH

Biomet Finland Oy

Biomet Finland Oy

Biomet France Sarl

Biomet France Sarl

Biomet Hellas SA

Biomet Hellas SA

Biomet Inc

Biomet helps one surgeonprovide personalized care to one patient. The science and art of medical care is to provide the right solution for each individual patient. This requires clinical mastery, a human connection between the surgeon and the patient, and the right tools for each situation.

Biomet Italia srl

Biomet Italia srl

Biomet Microfixation

Founded by Walter Lorenz more than thirty years ago, Biomet Microfixation manufactures a complete range of craniomaxillofacial products, including LactoSorb, the first completely resorbable fixation system available in the U.S. Other products include titanium plates and screws for craniomaxillofacial fixation as well as a complete line of instruments for craniomaxillofacial and orthopedic procedures.

Biomet Microfixation (Europe)

Biomet Microfixation (Europe)

Biomet Microfixation USA

Founded by Walter Lorenz more than thirty years ago, Biomet Microfixation manufactures a complete range of craniomaxillofacial products, including LactoSorb, the first completely resorbable fixation system available in the U.S. Other products include titanium plates and screws for craniomaxillofacial fixation as well as a complete line of instruments for craniomaxillofacial and orthopedic procedures.

Biomet Netherlands bv

Biomet Netherlands bv

Biomet Norge A/S

Biomet Norge A/S

Biomet Orthopaedics Switzerland GmbH

Biomet Orthopaedics Switzerland GmbH

Biomet UK Ltd

Biomet UK Ltd

Sgarlato Med LLC

Founded in 1989 by Thomas E. Sgarlato, DPM, a leader in foot and ankle surgical and biomechanical methods, invents, manufactures and distributes several foot and ankle implants for surgical use.

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