Camber Spine received a notice of allowance from the United States Patent and Trademark Office for the SPIRA® Lateral 3.0 interbody fusion implant.
The SPIRA Lateral 3.0 3D-printed implant is a titanium open architecture LLIF that employs Surface by Design® technology to optimize bone growth. The arched design includes large openings for significant graft packing, decreases the risk of subsidence and provides good visibility for fusion.
Newly-forming bone grows onto and through the multiple roughened titanium arches to achieve maximum stability and complete endplate-to-endplate arthrodesis. SPIRA implants enable easy insertion with smooth leading edges and pockets that interlock with the inserter to provide rotational stability.
“As our IP portfolio continues to grow, so too does the positive impact we can make for our surgeon customers and their patients,” said Camber Co-Founder and CEO Daniel Pontecorvo. “With this latest patent grant from the USPTO, we have now received 28 issued patents on the SPIRA technology alone, further strengthening our proprietary position in the open architecture 3D-printed implant space."