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Do you have Mechanical Integration?

 

Mechanical Integration (MI) is a revolutionary platform technology based on OsteoCentric's proprietary thread geometry capable of providing unparalleled primary stability to Spine, Sports, Extremities, Trauma, Recon, Veterinary, and Dental implants. The end goal of MI is to aggressively address the systemic problem of implant loosening and failure.

This revolutionary new technology is a less invasive method to instantly secure an implant to normal, compromised, and osteoporotic bone utilizing an integrated thread geometry called UnifiMI.

UnifiMI is Mechanical Integration technology - the first of its kind - now available via OsteoCentric implants and licensing.

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Join Us
at these events!

AOSSM-AANA

Combined 2021 Annual Meeting

07/07/2021 - 07/11/2021

Nashville Music City Center

https://aossm-aana.sportsmed.org/

American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons

2021 Annual Meeting

08/31/2021 - 09/03/2021

San Diego Convention Center

https://www.aaos.org/annual/

Dr. Michael Weaver, orthopedic surgeon, shares his perspective on the most exciting advantage of our UnifiMI Technology. 

National Association of

Spine Specialists

36th Annual Meeting

09/29/2021 - 10/02/2021

Boston, MA

https://www.spine.org/AM/Boston21

Orthopedic Trauma Association

2021 Annual Meeting

10/20/2021 - 10/23/2021

Fort Worth, TX

https://ota.org/education/2021-annual-meeting

11th Orthopedic Summit 2021

12/11/2021 - 12/15/2021

Bellagio Las Vegas

https://orthosummit.com/

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From the Experts

Thought leaders in the field of orthopedics share first-hand experience with our UnifiMI technology and the clinical benefits of Mechanical Integration.

Dr. Philip Stahel, orthopedic surgeon and Chief Medical Officer for The Medical Center of Aurora and Spalding Rehabilitation Hospital, discusses the differences between a standard buttress screw thread and the new UnifiMI fastener from OsteoCentric Technologies. He shares his perspective on a new method to achieve instant primary stability, called Mechanical Integration.