Biomet Bone Cement R

Zimmer Biomet has decades of experience in bone cement. Biomet Bone Cement R offers a high viscosity, non-antibiotic loaded bone cement, radiopaque and with easy handling.

Reliable Performance

Zimmer Biomet’s bone cements follow the standard specifications in all respects for material used, formulation and manufacturing methods. Bone cements from Zimmer Biomet show reliable performance based on international laboratory standard testing.1,2*

Easy Handling

Biomet Bone Cement R can be mixed both by hand and in a vacuum mixing system. However, Modern Cementing Technique recommends using a vacuum mixing system such as the ClearMix™ Vacuum Mixers for mixing and delivery of bone cement. This makes standardized handling easy and helps achieve a reproducible, homogeneous bone cement of the highest quality.3,4

High Visibility

Biomet Bone Cement R contains chlorophyll and the green coloring improves visualization to surrounding tissue. This cement also provides excellent visualization under post-op x-ray.


* Laboratory testing is not necessarily indicative of clinical performance.

  1. Data on file at Zimmer Biomet, Internal Laboratory Testing, Aug 2016.
  2. ISO 5833, Implants for Surgery – Acrylic Resin Cements (2002).
  3. Dunne N-J, et al. Influence of the mixing techniques on the physical properties of acrylic bone cement. Biomaterials. 22: 1819-1826, 2001.
  4. Wilkinson J.M., et al. Effect of mixing techniques on the Properties of Acrylic Bone-Cement. The Journal of Arthroplasty. 15:663-667, 2000

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