Cervical Cages

It is intended to reduce the pathologies of the cervical spine by restoring the disc height as well as the physiological bending of the spine and by allowing the fusion of vertebral bodies between them. Acifbox implants are used with dedicated instruments for site preparation, implant insertion and removal.

Stand-Alone Cervical Cage

The concept was initiated by Bagby and has been used in the human spine since 1988. The rectangular cages used resemble the dimensions and anatomy of the disc space and vertebral end plates. There are concerns with stand-alone cage usage regarding expulsion and migration of the cage

Lumbar Cage

An interbody cage serves as a placeholder between the affected vertebrae. Doctors place it in after removing the intervertebral discs that typically occupy the space. The cage allows the bones to grow through it, and the cage eventually becomes part of your spine

TLIF - Banana Cage

Provides excellent bone fusion support thanks to its large grafting surface. The BANANA implant guarantees the stability of the restored discal space thanks to its anti-expulsion teeth.

Telescopic Cage

Is used for anterior spine column reconstruction after corpectomy, expandable cages offer solid anterior support and allow correction of deformity, providing excellent primary stability

Titanium Pyra-Mesh Cage

Titanium mesh cages are rigid cylindrical devices that can be filled with morselized bone to provide structural support for the anterior spine and simultaneously facilitate interbody arthrodesis