DynaForce® Staple Compression Plates™
Give Fusions the G.A.S.!
Our proprietary Staple Compression Plates™ (SCPs) are the only plates which utilize a staple instead of a lag screw to provide compression. This gives three important advantages:
Compressing the fusing joint if there is bone resorption
Provides full bone surface contact
Reduces OR time by up to an hour
SCP gap recovery, apposition and speed (GAS) all work to
give faster fusions and rapid recovery.
DynaForce® Staple Compression Plates
Gap Recovery Simulation
Watch a simulation of DynaForce® SCP’s gap recovery versus conventional plate and cross screw construct.
Complete Bone Apposition
One of the least discussed features of the SCP™ system is the staple does not violate the surface area of the fusion site like a lag screw. This bone preservation may have a substantial positive impact on bone healing.
Traditional fusion plates require a fixation screw (lag screw) to be driven through the joint for added fixation and compression. However, placing a lag screw is time-consuming due to trajectory and anatomic issues. The staple of the DynaForce® delivers compression much more efficiently.
Gap Recovery Through Deep Staple Compression
The DynaFORCE® staple system boasts 27lbs. of strong compression.
Additionally, independent testing has demonstrated the compression of the staple radiates deep into the bone to reduce gaps in the fusion. This allows better bone contact during the healing process to create a stronger fusion*.
The DynaForce® Staple Compression Plate System has 2.5 times more rotational stability than a
traditional plate and lag screw.
Family of Products
The MotoBAND™ CP Implant System is indicated for stabilization and fixation of fresh fractures, revision procedures, joint fusion and reconstruction of small bones of the hand, feet, wrist, ankles, fingers and toes. When used for these indications, the MotoBAND™ CP Implant System with the exception of the 2-hole plate may be used with the MotoCLIP™ Implant System.
There are potential risks associated with the use of these devices some of which include: allergic reaction to the implant material, fracture of the implant, soft-tissue complication (e.g., infection at the implant site, prolonged healing), and revision surgery. Refer to IFU for all contraindications, warnings, and risks.
Use the contact form to let us know how we can help you!
6055 Primacy Parkway, Suite 140
Memphis, Tennessee 38119
Phone: (901) 221-8406