Robotic Cementless (Press Fit) Total Knee Replacement
This cementless knee system is FDA approved for use with the Mako Robot, combining two of the most recent knee joint replacement advancements into one cutting edge procedure.
Press Fit Total Knee System
The proprietary Stryker Triathlon Tritanium Cementless total knee replacement (approved 2014) may have benefits over cemented implants, specifically for younger joint replacement patients and larger patients. The highly porous biologic fixation technology eliminates bone cement and theoretically will outperform traditional cemented implants. The Tritanium’s tibial baseplate and metal-backed patella components are an innovation of manufacturing technology. This cementless knee system is FDA approved for use with the Mako Robot, combining two of the most recent knee joint replacement advancements into one cutting edge procedure (approved 2017).
Cementless Implant - Stryker Components
Cementless TKA is growing in popularity and is a fast-growing trend. Recent studies support that cementless TKA achieves excellent results including a 2014 study showing 97.1% survivorship at up to 20 years without aseptic loosening.
- Biologic fixation: Cementless TKA offers an alternative to bone cement.
- Successes in THA: Cementless Total Hip Arthroplasty has been a clinically successful procedure and the orthopedic community is now looking to achieve these results in Total Knee Arthroplasty.
- Published clinical studies of early patient success showing 99% survivorship of the press fit Styker TKA @ 2-8 years post-implantation.
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