CERAMAX Ceramic Total Hip System - Surgical Technique

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Hip reconstruction has become a successful answer for degenerative hip disease in a more demanding patient population.  In addition, hip replacement can provide mobility and pain relief to patients with hip osteoarthritis or posttraumatic arthritis.  Experience with total hip arthroplasty has resulted in a more comprehensive understanding of hip anatomy and biomechanics and advances in surgical technique.  These advances have allowed the development of more efficient instrumentation and increasingly sophisticated implant design.

The CERAMAX Ceramic Total Hip System primary surgical technique has been developed in consultation with an experienced surgeon design team and provides the surgeon with general guidance when utilizing this system.