Our Products

Our designers have been working with patient specific implants since 1985, when impressions of the defect used to be the norm, introducing in the late 80s implant design from digital CT data. Integrating technological advancements as they came along, we have now developed an extremely lean design and production system. It allows us to provide our products in a turnaround as quick as 4 days.

Our design experience and many close collaborations with leading surgeons have contributed to the introduction of various features that improve the functionality of the implants. We are also able to cope with out-of-the-ordinary cases.

Key technologies:

  • Digital mirror-imaging and warping tools
  • RP tooling and 3D printing
  • Customised state-of-the-art press

Key materials:

  • Pressed and 3D-printed titanium
  • Medical PEEK
  • Autoclavable nylon

Leading the industry with PEEK and Titanium Implants

We offer implants in medical-grade PEEK and Titanium. Both materials are available for cranioplasty, orbital floor, orbital wall, zygomatic and maxillary implants and onlays, and mandibular onlays. Implants are developed with a quick turnaround in mind, facilitating your planning, logistics and stock management.


Medical-grade PEEK PSI

  • Offers proven biocompatibility and biostability
  • Closely matches the strength of the bone
  • Is radiolucent
  • Can be easily modified in surgery (e.g. if you wanted to add screws, monitoring devices, or drainage)
  • Raw material carefully sourced in Europe and the UK

Titanium PSI

  • Is considerably lower cost than most other implantable materials
  • Pressed titanium is made out of pure titanium (CP Ti); 3D printed titanium is made out of titanium alloy and contains titanium, vanadium, etc
  • Our Next-Generation design has no slits and offers improved strength. It removes risks of damage to surrounding tissue and unnecessary force on screws

Osteotomy Cutting Guides and Templates

These are invaluable tools to help you achieve 2-in-1 surgeries: the osteotomy is performed using the cutting guide with the patient-specific implant there, ready to be inserted only a moment later… not during the next surgery!