Additive Manufacturing Today

Upcoming Events

Osseus Aries Titanium Spinal Implant

On Tuesday, January 8th, Dr. Samuel Joseph, Jr., assisted by Dr. Andrew Moulton of Joseph Spine were the first in the world to use Osseus Fusion Systems revolutionary 3D Printed Aries Titanium Spinal Implant.

“As a surgeon, it’s very exciting to participate in the device development process and see your ideas brought to life so quickly,” commented Dr. Joseph, founder of Joseph Spine. “Today we were able to successfully implement this cutting edge, patient-specific spinal implant that addresses the complex anatomy of the spine and the delicate nature of it surrounding structures. ”

“Through 3D printing we are able to manufacture spinal implants that are customized to the patient”, stated Dr. Joseph, “Meaning the size of their disc, the size of their vertebra, how high the vertebra may be, as well as the curvature they may have in their back we are trying to create. With this cutting edge technology we can offer our patients implants such as the Aries L Interbody Fusion Device which can be created at a certain height, a certain length, as well as a certain angle, which offers our patients better, customized care, which results in better outcomes for the patients.”

“Working with Osseus and utilizing their technology for spinal implants provides us with a great opportunity for superior patient care. Osseus understands that the future of advanced spine care is in the technology of custom implants as well as creating partnerships with doctors to create customized implants that offer: better solutions for our patients with spinal problems, in a way that is more effective, that is less traumatic to the patient’s body, with a minimally invasive technique, which also becomes, more cost effective as it may reduce the amount of biologics necessary to allow for bones to heal. This, in turn allows better outcomes for our patients.” stated Dr. Joseph.

“I’m grateful for the invitation from Dr. Sam Joseph to join he and Dr. Andrew Moulton, of Joseph Spine, as they implanted the first 3D printed Aries-L lateral interbodies earlier this week. As our research showed in the development process, the visibility through the implant under fluoroscopy was excellent and we are very confident it will assist surgeons in verifying fusions postoperatively. This was a company defining day for Osseus and our appreciation for great surgeons like Drs. Joseph and Moulton cannot be overstated,” commented Robert Pace, CFO at Osseus Fusion Systems.

The Aries-L interbody fusion device features a proprietary multi-axis mesh and optimized micro-surface topology, both of which are designed to facilitate fusion. The product’s lattice helps increase the implant’s porosity to 80%, which provides unparalleled in-situ radiovisibility compared with other titanium implants. The implant’s anatomic profile, anti-migrational teeth, and streamlined insertion promote reduced recovery time by helping increase procedural efficiencies.

 

Share This Page

Submit to FacebookSubmit to TwitterSubmit to LinkedIn