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The MC+® concept was developed for cervical degenerative pathologies to ensure the fusion of a cervical spine segment, using an anterior approach.

The MC+ cage can be used alone or combined with the exclusive patented self retaining cervical anchoring clip, to supplement the primary stability of the implant, whenever necessary.





A design supporting stability

  • The anatomical shape of the MC+ Implant (upper convex endplate in sagittal and frontal planes) allows restoration of disc height as well as intersomatic space lordosis while offering excellent primary stability to the implant.
  • Both the superior and inferior surfaces of the implant feature retaining ridges limiting the risk of implant migration.
  • The large weight bearing surface peripheral to the bone graft area increases primary stability and allows for immediate loading.
  • The self-retaining anchor supplements the primary stability of the implant once placed by inserting through the superior endplate of the lower vertebrae.
  • The exclusive design of the anchor provides self-locking, easy impaction, and reliable supplemental fixation without weakening the vertebrae endplate.

Patient Safety Optimized

  • The MC+ cage is in PEEK-OPTIMA® - A biocompatible material with a Young’s modulus close to that of bone. Its radiolucency and the use of tantalum markers allow post-operative visualization and verification of the cage positioning and fusion.
  • The intersomatic cages MC+ are implanted using a reproducible surgical technique.
  • The MC+ cage offers a wide unique graft surface with the possibility to use either an anatomical bone substitute or autologous bone graft to perform the fusion.
  • The insertion of the anchor is self-guided through the cage holder allowing for perfect positioning (50° angle and depth stop on the holder).
  • All MC+ implants are delivered sterile with sterility indicator.

Compact instrumentation

  • The MC+ ancillary is simple and functional and has been developed by and for spinal surgeons.
  • It allows for a simple, safe and reproducible surgical technique.

A full range of sizes adapted to every patient's anatomy

  • The large range of cages allows adaptation of the implant size to varying patient anatomy, and makes multi-level surgeries (3 segments maximum) and hybrid constructs supportable.


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