Dymicron’s Triadyme®-C cervical total disc replacement (cTDR) device represents a major development for patients who suffer from degenerative disc disease and the medical professionals who care for them. Its unique material composition gives superior structural integrity and wear resistance, while its exclusive design provides proper, natural biomechanics.
Extreme durability and smoothness
The device has a Diamond-on-Diamond articulating surface, made from Dymicron’s proprietary patented grade of Polycrystalline Diamond, one of the hardest and longest-lasting substances known to man. With extreme durability and a low coefficient of friction, Triadyme-C resists the structural breakdown that can limit the service life of other disc replacement devices and release dangerous wear debris into the body.
An innovative design that mimics nature
Triadyme-C also features Dymicron’s proprietary Tri-Lobe articulation mechanism, which seats three spherical lobes within three non-congruent, spherical pockets. The motion of the three lobes within their corresponding pockets generates a smooth and gentle centering force that emulates the naturally constrained motion of the spine.
This natural motion in a longwearing device, which mimics the original disc to protect surrounding nerves and joints, should substantially reduce the need for subsequent fusions.
The next generation cervical disc replacement leader
With its natural motion design and Polycrystalline Diamond composition, the Triadyme-C is poised to make a significant impact on the cervical disc replacement market, positioning Dymicron to become the new market leader in next-generation disc arthroplasty devices.
Triadyme-C is not currently available in the United States.
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