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Knee Surgery


Unicompartmental knee implants
Designed to respect the anatomy

Maximum preservation of bone stock by distal femoral resurfacing (mini-invasive).
Flat articular surface for natural movement without constraint. Large posterior radius of curvature allowing large range of flexion without pinching of insert.

·     Identical implant for medial or lateral compartments.
·     Optimal Approach Instrumentation.

·     Simple and identical technique for specific indications.

Posterior stabilized Total Knee Replacement
The 3rd condyle concept :

  • Induces femoral roll-back, (quadriceps function and reduces load on the extensor system and improves flexion).
  • Permits progressive contact with the tibial cam from
    35° flexion, thus ensuring stability very early on in flexion.
  • Constitutes an additional point of tibiofemoral contact, which permits better load distribution on the polyethylene.

A deep trochlea groove to ensure stability of the extensor apparatus and improve patellar tracking. The patella may or may not be resurfaced.

An anatomical femoral implant providing wide coverage of bone cuts. The contact surfaces are increased, thus reducing wear on the polyethylen

  • Original 3rd condyle concept which reproduces knee kinematics
  •  Thin anatomic trochlea
  • Wide condyles for broad contact surface and reduced constraints and wear


Recognized clinical success: 20 years of research and

Perfectly anatomic. The HLS system is the successful combination of an implant and its instrumentation


  • Highly porous scaffold made from a  biocompatible, slowly degrading aliphatic polyurethane .

    Actifit provides a resorbable scaffold that acts as a temporary extracellular matrix (ECM) to guide tissue regeneration following a partial meniscectomy.

  • Single-component biodegradable meniscal scaffold
  • Dimensions based on human meniscus
  • Available in medial and lateral versions
  • Implanted via standard arthroscopic procedure