3D Planning & Guides for Shoulder Arthroplasty

Personalization made easy

State-of-the-art personalized solutions for shoulder arthroplasty, from standard to stand-out cases. Get powerful insights from intuitive and reliable 3D planning tools, and enhance predictability with personalized guides and implants.

Visualization of a shoulder coming out of a computer screen next to a digital shoulder model with a guide

Augment your surgical insights

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Fast and reliable 3D reconstructions, in combination with familiar CT images, make selecting and sizing implants very intuitive.

Unique defect analysis

A unique analysis classification in combination with 2D and 3D images gives you a full overview of the pathology.

Powerful shoulder dynamics

Easily simulate the complex biomechanics of the combination of different implant components.

Plan anywhere

Upload images and seamlessly plan your cases from any device with an internet connection.

Enhanced intra-op precision

3D-printed surgical guides are valuable precision tools, and personalized implants can address the most complex shoulder anatomy.

Future-proof solution

Innovations we are working on in artificial intelligence, augmented reality, and soft tissue simulations will accelerate personalization.

Powerful and intuitive 3D planning

Fast and reliable 3D views

Combining intelligent automation with experts’ quality checks, the generated 3D views provide confidence to make the right choice for each patient.

Enhanced intra-op precision

Scapula bone model with a personalized guide attached
Shoulder bone model with a personalized, 3D-printed implant

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