Introducing
The Ideal Biomaterial
for Fusion.

Actual microscopic image of Silicon Nitride surface topography

What We’re About

CTL Amedica Corporation is a forward thinking medical device design, development and manufacturing company aiming to become the leader in medical device technologies and biomaterials.

Innovation

CTL Amedica is the only company with the ability to develop and commercialize interbody fusion devices from medical-grade silicon nitride, worldwide.

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Engineering

CTL Amedica’s award winning research & development team works tirelessly to introduce innovative medical technology. That effort has led to the development of proprietary surface technologies and biomaterials.

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Technology

TiCro™ surface architecture is our proprietary new approach to machined titanium technologies. This in combination with differentiated biomaterials, like Silicon Nitirde, cements CTL Amedica as a leader in medical technology.

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What We Make

CTL Amedica designs, manufactures and supports a full portfolio of spinal fusion and fixation products, including innovative surface technologies and exclusive biomaterials.

MATISSE™ TICRO™ ACIF CAGE

MATISSE TiCro ACIF Cage instruments allow for streamlined implant delivery during anterior cervical fusion procedures.

PICASSO™ II PERCUTANEOUS SCREWS

Made for true percutaneous implantation, they allow for complete pedicle stabilization while minimizing tissue damage.

VALEO C+CSC WITH LUMEN CAGE

Incorporating a revolutionary design with two forms of silicon nitride.

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  2. WEBSTER TJ, PATEL AA, RAHAMAN MN, SONNY BAL B. ANTI-BACTERIAL AND OSTEOINTEGRATION PROPERTIES OF SILICON NITRIDE, POLY(ETHER ETHER KETONE), AND TITANIUM IMPLANTS [PUBLISHED ONLINE AHEAD OF PRINT JULY 31, 2012]. ACTA BIOMATER.
  3. M. ANDERSON, J. BERNERO, AND D. BRODKE, MEDICAL IMAGING CHARACTERISTICS OF SILICON NITRIDE CERAMIC A NEW MATERIAL FOR SPINAL ARTHROPLASTY IMPLANTS; P. 547 8TH ANNU. SPINE ARTHROPLAST. SOC. GLOB. SYMP. MOTION PRESERV. TECHNOL. MIAMI, FL, 2008.
  4. PEZZOTTI, G. ET.AL. IN SITU SPECTROSCOPIC SCREENING OF OSTEOSARCOMA LIVING CELLS ON STOICHIOMETRY-MODULATED SILICON NITRIDE BIOCERAMIC SURFACES. ACS BIOMATER. SCI. ENG., 2 [7] 1121–1134 (2016).
  5. PEZZOTTI G,ET.AL. HUMAN OSTEOBLASTS GROW TRANSITIONAL SI/N APATITE IN QUICKLY OSTEOINTEGRATED SI3N4 CERVICAL INSERT, ACTA BIOMATER., 64, 411-420, (2017).

**RESULTS ARE BASED ON ANIMAL AND INVITRO STUDIES.