Custom-made Total Hip Arthroplasty
(Hip Replacement Implants “tailored” to Each Patient)

Tailor made total hip arthroplasty is a state-of-the-art technology, which uses patient specific prosthetic materials of the thigh and acetabulum, designed according to the unique anatomy of each patient and produced in 3D printers in 3-4 weeks. They are accompanied by appropriately designed, personalized, disposable surgical instruments for acetabular and of the femoral canal preparation.

HipPLAN® technology of Symbios (Switzerland) company uses the preoperative analysis of the bone morphology of the patient’s hip and aims at the preoperative determination of the pathological wear or bone deformity, congenital or acquired (usually traumatic) etiology, but also to determine the pathological loading axis of the limb. HipPLAN® technology now includes the design and construction of more than 21,400 Custom Hip ™ with published results and excellent results for more than 19 years. The system takes into account the normal geometry of the acetabulum, the congenital lack of bone soil (anterior or posterior column, depth, diameter) as well as the geometry of the femur (cervical angle, anterior deviation, canal stenosis, specific deformities) in order to restore completely leg alignment and provide excellent functional result.

Symbios is the first company to introduce the HipPlan® system worldwide. This system allows complete control of the 3 basic anatomical factors for the reconstruction of the hip joint.

  1. Three dimentional design software
  2. Implants adapted to the specific anatomorphology of the patient
  3. Reliable and reproducible implant placement.

Mainly indicated in cases of :

  • Congenital hip dislocation (usually low & mostly in high hip center)

  • Traumatic etiology proximal femoral deformities

  • Marked femoral canal deformities

  • Relatively young patients with an absolute indication of hip arthroplasty

 

Mainly indicated in cases of :

  • Congenital hip dislocation (usually low & mostly in high hip center)

  • Traumatic etiology proximal femoral deformities

  • Marked femoral canal deformities

  • Relatively young patients with an absolute indication of hip arthroplasty

 

Mainly indicated in cases of :

  • Congenital hip dislocation (usually low & mostly in high hip center)

  • Traumatic etiology proximal femoral deformities

  • Marked femoral canal deformities

  • Relatively young patients with an absolute indication of hip arthroplasty