SeaSpine Announces Limited Commercial Launch of WaveForm C 3D-Printed Interbody Implant System

SeaSpine Holdings Corporation announced the limited commercial launch of its WaveForm C Interbody Implant System. WaveForm C represents the first of five 3D-printed interbody devices that the Company anticipates launching by mid-2021. This first limited launch marks the one-year anniversary of the SeaSpine and restor3d exclusive field-based licensing agreement.

“WaveForm technology represents a purpose-driven approach to maximizing patient outcomes in the anterior cervical spine,” said Dr. Erik Olsson, Southern Oregon Spine Care. “Every aspect of this interbody was designed to provide efficiency in the procedure for the surgeon and help achieve a successful fusion for the patient. WaveForm C, coupled with OsteoStrand® fibers, offers a synergy that is unrivaled in the current interbody and orthobiologics market.”

The WaveForm C implant offers the next level of 3D-printed architectural innovation, balancing key geometric, manufacturing and clinical requirements. WaveForm C utilizes innovative WaveForm technology to deliver a highly porous and robust interbody solution. WaveForm C features targeted 65% porous endplates* and 75% porous architecture* within the body of the implant. This design is intended to balance subsidence resistance, implant stiffness, and orthobiologics packability, while maintaining radiographic visualization during intraoperative and postoperative imaging.

“Staying true to our Fusion Engineered™ philosophy, WaveForm C has been deliberately designed to help achieve fusion by working harmoniously with SeaSpine’s best-in-class allograft demineralized bone matrix offerings OsteoStrand and OsteoStrand Plus,” stated Shaeffer Bannigan, Senior Director of Product Development. “We could not be happier to add another material choice to our already successful Shoreline® Anterior Cervical System and will continue to invest in the continued expansion of the cervical portfolio.”

WaveForm C is designed to be used in ACDF (anterior cervical discectomy fusion) procedures as part of the Company’s foundational Shoreline ACS System or in combination with its Cabo™ anterior cervical plate. The WaveForm C system includes multiple footprints and lordosis options, allowing surgeons the ability to intraoperatively address specific anatomical needs.

Source: SeaSpine Holdings Corporation

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