SureMAX® cervical spacer

Delivering Greater Stability at the Bone Implant Interface.

7˚ and 14˚ Lordosis
Footprints in 12 x 14 mm, 14 x 16 mm, 15 x 18 mm
Heights of 5 mm to 12 mm

Spikes and superior/inferior window geometry to resist rotation

Convex surfaces to match the spinal endplates

Roughened and optimized porous surfaces

DOS – Dynamic OsteoStabilizers to resist bending motions

Large lateral windows to allow for radiographic confirmation of fusion

SureMAX® cervical spacer instrumentation

Single Modular Tray

Distraction Wedges to help open collapsed disc spaces.

Aggressive Rasps with convex surfaces to strip and shape concavity of vertebral endplates.

Trials match the geometry of the implants for an accurate assessment of size.

Variety of Inserter Tools, with and without guards, allow for single handed tool/implant application.

Unique Slap Hammer designs allow for enhanced visualization of the operative site when using a microscope.