Inion CPS™ implants have optimized handling properties, strength and degradation characteristics to support a more natural healing process.

The Inion CPS™ implants are based on Inion biodegradable polymer blends which are composed of L-Lactide, D,L-Lactide, Polyglycolide and Trimethylene Carbonate (TMC). These polymers have a long history of safe clinical use.

Inion CPS™ Fixation System is composed of:

Inion CPS™ System

– For adult patients’ use
– 1.5 mm, 2.0 mm and 2.5 mm systems

Inion CPS™Baby System

– For paediatric patients’ use
– 1.5 mm system

Biodegradable Profile

Inion CPS™ System

Mechanical strength retention: 70% of the initial strength 9 weeks after implantation
Bioresorption time: 2-4 years

Inion CPS™ Baby System

Mechanical strength retention: 70% of the initial strength 6 weeks after implantation
Bioresorption time: 2-3 years

Benefits

Since their introduction in 2001, the Inion CPS™ implants have been used successfully in more than 65 000 operations by an increasing number of physicians

  • The most comprehensive biodegradable plating system available – the only one comparable to titanium in its scope of use
  • Quick and easy to use
  • Fast screw fixation with the Inion CPS™ self-drilling bone taps and the surgical Pro-Dex Pro-Driver
  • Inion CPS™ Baby implants reduce risk of growth restriction in children
  • No permanent implant left in the body reducing risk of implant migration and stress shielding
  • Predictable degradation progressively loads the bone to aid bone regeneration
  • Non-interference with postoperative imaging (X-ray, CT, MRI)
  • Addresses patient concerns about implant permanence, palpability and temperature sensitivity
  • Avoidance of removal surgery, reducing patient trauma and cost
  • Unlike other biodegradables, the implants are suited for all CMF areas, both adult and paediatric patients, including:
  1. paediatric craniofacial trauma and reconstruction
  2. fractures and reconstructive procedures of the cranium
  3. orthognathic surgery and trauma of the midface and maxilla
  4. fractures and osteotomies of the mandible*

* in conjunction with appropriate maxillomandibular fixation

Link to operation technique videos.

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