Joint Replacement Implant

Replacement Cartilage Breakthrough of Synthetic Cartilage Implant Cartiva

What is synthetic cartilage implant Cartiva?

Great toe arthritis is a common problem that leads to severe pain which limits everyday functional activities. The current synthetic cartilage implant Cartiva, Inc. made of hydrogel were designed to relieve joint motion pain, replacing the early silicone implants which had a high failure rate of implant loosening and misalignment.

Joint Replacement Implant by Los Angeles Podiatrist Dr. Jamshidinia

Today, joint replacement implant has had extensive biomechanical testing and has been proven to withstand shear and axial load force beyond those required for the great toe without fragmentation.

Synthetic Cartilage Implant Cartiva in Los Angeles, CA

The breakthrough of synthetic cartilage implant Cartiva offered at Tower Foot and Ankle Surgery in Los Angeles, CA offers patients tremendous chronic toe and joint pain relief.
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The image shown is an intraoperative clinical photograph of 10-mm implant in first metatarsal head. (Foot & Ankle International® 2016)

Kamran Jamshidinia, DPM, FACFAS

Dr.KAMRAN JAMSHIDINIA

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