Shaped bone grafts are characterized by the possibility of anchorage and easy insertion.
The cancellous ring was specially developed to simplify the reconstruction of the glenoid in a total shoulder prosthesis.
Cancellous bone cylinders are prefered in sports medicine for filling drill channels in cruciate ligament revisions.
Blocks and cubes are used for filling larger cavities.
Halved or longitudinally halved (bisected) femoral heads are used, for example, in acetabular reconstruction, alone or in combination with granules. Halved femoral heads are available in two different diameters (<45 mm and >45 mm), while bisected femoral heads are available in two different lengths. The height is approximately 20 mm in each case.
Wedges are pre-shaped cancellous or cortico-cancellous bone grafts, mainly used in corrective osteotomy. C+TBA provides a wide range of wedges (cancellous or cortico-cancellous) with different angles and sizes to precisely address the indication and the patient’s individual anatomic preconditions.
Cortical bone grafts derived from the femoral or tibial diaphysis are used when additional structural stability is required, but only if the function is not weight-bearing.
The J-Chip consists entirely of cortical bone, leading to high stability during insertion and better support. The round back provides a smooth surface for soft tissue.