Patient-Matched Implants

Anything but Standard

Anatomic individuality or extremely difficult reconstructive cases may require the development of a patient-specific implant. In such cases, Zimmer Biomet’s Patient-Matched Implant (PMI®) department is available to work directly with surgeons to address the most severe cases of bone loss or deformity. Using CT, X-ray or MRI data, the PMI team can provide a solution for even the most complex cases.

This form is for individuals in need of a patient matched implant. Click the button above to begin the PMI process.

Click above to securely upload patient data pertinent to your PMI case.

Click above to access the PMI CT Scan protocol. 

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Triflange Acetabular Component

Zimmer Biomet’s Triflange Acetabular component is a patient-matched implant designed in partnership with the surgeon, using the patient’s own CT scan data. The success of each implant starts with accurate reconstruction of the patient’s CT scan data into a 3-D bone model. We use this to create an implant proposal that sent digitally via 3-D PDF file, or as a rapid prototype model. Once the surgeon approves the proposal, the final implant is manufactured for surgery. Expedited response is available for oncology cases or special circumstances.

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Comprehensive® Vault Reconstruction System

As the first patient-matched glenoid implant cleared to specifically treat patients with a severely deficient rotator cuff and extensive bone loss which precludes the use of a standard glenoid baseplate, VRS expands your surgical opportunities with precision solutions that fit the unique needs of each patient.

By using CT imaging and advanced 3D reconstruction techniques, this system allows you to craft treatments specifically tailored to your patient’s anatomy. There is confidence in knowing exactly how to handle what is in front of you and VRS brings this confidence to every procedure.

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