IFC

  • IFC expandable cages allow natural anatomical adaptation due to their rectangular shape being implanted posteriorly.

  • The surface adjacent to the vertebral body is flat, promoting the most extensive and safe contact. This is completed by the toothed surface preventing implant migration from the intercorporeal space.

  • This in situ expandable fusion system has a better primary stabilization capability and the ability to restore the physiological curvature of the spine thanks to its lordotic shape.

Clinical Indications: Degenerative Discopathies, Pseudarthrosis, Spondylolisthesis.

Main Features

  • Expandable cages;

  • Wide melting surface;

  • Good flexibility;

  • Anti-migration system;

  • Ease of positioning;

  • Restoration of physiological anatomy (5 ° lordotic angle).