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Oxford Partial Knee
With over 35 year's clinical experience, the Oxford® Partial Knee is the most widely used and proven partial knee system in the world. The Oxford Partial knee comes with the US's only lifetime knee implant replacement warranty. It's your assurance that Biomet not only makes a proven partial knee, but we stand behind it 100%.
- Could you be treating your patients with a Partial Knee Replacement?
Research shows that nearly 50% of all knee replacement patients are actually candidates for partial knee arthroplasty (PKA) and Oxford® Partial Knee replacement patients are 2.7 times more likely to be satisfied than total knee patients in ability to perform activities of daily living.Read More
NexGen Complete Knee Solution
The Zimmer Biomet NexGen LPS-Flex Knee is a posterior stabilized, cemented knee prosthesis that extends the NexGen Complete Knee Solution to patients capable of up to 155 degrees of active flexion. Read MoreVanguard CR/AS
The Vanguard Knee System offers surgical simplicity to knee arthroplasty with its bearing versatility and complete component interchangability. The independent fit of the femoral, tibial, and patellar components allow surgeons to provide tailored patient care. Read MoreVanguard PS/PS+
Zimmer Biomet’s Vanguard® Knee System features two knee implant options so that surgeons may select an implant specifically suited to each patient’s unique needs. Additionally, three fully interchangeable instrument platforms allow for various approaches, ranging from traditional to minimally invasive quadriceps sparing.
Read MoreAGC Mono-lock
The AGC Concise® Instrumentation featuring EquiFlex™ ligament balancing is designed to ensure that the total knee replacement is appropriately balanced to ensure stability and durability. The knee is balanced in extension first, where the majority of loading occurs. Balancing the knee in flexion follows to ensure that the ligaments will set correct femoral external rotation and correct patella tracking. This method will result in an equal quadrilateral extension and flexion gap.
The Vanguard® SSK Revision Knee System was designed to maximize the ability to address difficult revisions by offering constraint flexibility within the system, options for bone defects and easy, reproducible instrumentation.
Read MoreRotating Hinge Knee
The NexGen Rotating Hinge Knee Components are designed for use in revision and difficult primary surgeries. Although most Rotating Hinge Knee surgeries involve revision arthroplasty, this document provides options for both primary and revision techniques.
Read MoreLegacy Constrained Condylar Knee (LCCK)
The NexGen Revision Instruments allow the surgeon to convert from a NexGen primary implant to a stemmed LCCK implant intraoperatively. This crossover can be accomplished after the tibial preparation has been accomplished and the femoral cuts have been made via any of the NexGen primary techniques