Hip Replacement & Reconstruction Surgery Solutions

we’re on a mission to revolutionize hip replacement and reconstruction. By creating class-leading implants, technique-inclusive offerings, and innovative technologies, we enable surgeons to develop customized solutions for every patient. Our mission is to Keep People Moving, and we want to ensure that the hundreds of thousands of patients who need hip replacements each year get the movement they deserve.

Hip Replacement Surgery

Hip replacement surgery, or hip arthroplasty, is a surgical procedure in which an orthopaedic surgeon removes the diseased parts of the hip joint and replaces them with new, artificial parts. These artificial parts mimic the function of the normal hip joint.



  • The bipolar monoblock shell has following basic design features:

Cemented Cup

Advantage is a Dual Mobility Acetabular System combining a proprietary anatomical cup design and a unique ultra-low wear polyethylene. Since 2005, the Avantage System has been the N°1 cementless and cemented dual mobility cup on the market.

Cementless Cup

Cementless Standard Cup is an acetabular implant for uncemented fixation. The standard cup made of Ti6Al4V alloy with three dimensional interlock grit blast presents a hemispherical shape with polar deflection to enhance the perifery distribution of the stresses effecting the cup.

Primary Cemented Stem

 Cemented Hip System is designed to allow surgeons to create solutions for primary and revision total hip replacement cases. With a range of available bearing articulations and the flexibility of use with either metal or ceramic heads

Primary Cementless Stem

  • Cementless primary stems in revision hip arthroplasties may be conservative options to preserve bone stock and provide adequate reconstruction of the hip biomechanics. However, there is still little evidence about indications, limitations, and outcomes.

Revision Acetabular Implant

Trabecular Metal Acetabular Revision System (TMARS) combines clinically proven Trabecular Metal Technology1–3 with the ability to tailor individualized solutions for each patient. From simple to complex revision arthroplasty, this combination sets the standards for acetabular reconstruction.

Revision Cementeless System

Revision Hip is designed to bridge proximal bone defect to gain distal fixation and rotational stability.

Revision Cemented System

The cement-in-cement femoral revision technique involves removing a femoral component from a well-fixed femoral cement mantle and cementing a new stem into the original mantle. This technique, when carried out for the correct indications, is fast, relatively inexpensive and carries a reduced short-term risk for the patient compared with conventional way of removing well-fixed cement.