Press Releases

Invibio Biomaterial Solutions’ PEEK-OPTIMA® HA Enhanced Receives First European Approval for Implant

Implantable polymer adopted by Karmed Saglik Group for spinal fusion device   Thornton Cleveleys (UK), December 16, 2014 – Implants made from the PEEK-OPTIMA® HA Enhanced implantable polymer have received their first CE mark (European) approval.  It is granted to implants supplied by the Karmed Saglik Group (“Karmed”) for the treatment of degenerative spinal conditions. […]

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New alternative for people who grind their teeth: RelaxBogen® with high performance polymer PEEK brings much needed relief

RelaxBogen GmbH relies on the tried and tested stability, strength and biocompatibility of PEEK-CLASSIX® from Invibio Thornton Cleveleys (UK), December 15, 2014 – With a new product for the treatment of bruxism and temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMD), RelaxBogen GmbH of Hamelin, Germany, combined innovative design and a proven biocompatible high-performance plastic; PEEK polymers from Invibio® […]

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Next generation spinal rods made of semi-rigid advanced polymer PEEK OPTIMA® deliver key advantages over titanium

Leading surgeons reveal results at Eurospine 2014: polymer spinal parts lead to significantly lower failure rates and zero breakages Thornton Cleveleys (UK), November 27 2014 – Research results presented at a recent symposium at EUROSPINE 2014 in Lyon, France, reveal that PEEK-OPTIMA® polymer-based spinal rod components are bridging the treatment gap between rigid and dynamic […]

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New study supporting the use of PEEK-OPTIMA® HA Enhanced in spinal fusion to be presented at NASS 2014 as market acceptance of the polymer accelerates

Invibio Biomaterial Solutions will highlight the compelling case for the use of breakthrough PEEK-OPTIMA HA Enhanced polymer in spinal interbody fusion procedures San Francisco, CA (USA) and Thornton Cleveleys (UK), November 4, 2014 – Invibio Biomaterial Solutions (“Invibio”) will reveal the results of a new study on the use of PEEK-OPTIMA HA Enhanced in spinal […]

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Launch of new high-performance polymer-based trauma device technology for internal fracture fixation

Trauma plates with 50x greater fatigue resistance compared to metal offer new treatment options and significant cost-saving potential for healthcare providers Tampa (USA) & Thornton Cleveleys (UK), October 13, 2014 – Trauma plates composed of a high performance polymer provide patients at risk of complications with a greater window for healing compared to metallic plates. […]

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