August 02, 2022
restor3d Seeks to Expand Deliver of 3D-Printed Personalized Surgical Solutions
restor3d is on a quest to expand the reach of personalized musculoskeletal care by offering solutions across multiple specialties for better outcomes.
Effects of 3D printed surface topography and normal force on implant expulsion
This article discusses the influence of varied 3D printed surface porosities on the resistance to expulsion in synthetic sawbone substrates.
Additional funding allows restor3d to expand and develop more solutions
Plans to expand 3D printed personalized surgical solutions and develop machine learning design tools to aid in patient specific implant design ensure
Outcomes of Surgical Reconstruction Using Custom 3D-Printed Porous Titanium Implants for Bone Defects of Foot & Ankle
This FAI article covers the largest case series to date demonstrating the efficacy of 3D-printed custom titanium implants in treating F&A bone defects
High-strength, porous additively manufactured implants with optimized mechanical osseointegration
This article evaluates osseointegration into porous titanium implants covering a wide range of porosity and manufactured by laser powder bed fusion.
Hear our Chief Technology Officer, Dr. Ken Gall's interview on “Avoiding Amputations with 3D Printers”
Ken talks about restor3d’s ultimate goal of improving patient outcomes through evidence-based technology.
restor3d is proud to announce our merger with Kinos Medical
Together, we will realize our shared vision of delivering patient-specific solutions which are backed by science and driven by outcomes.
Utilizing Novel 3D Printed Talus Bone Replacements to Preserve Joints and Maintain Motion
“This approach is a huge leap into the future of foot and ankle surgery." Walter Hembree, MD
Custom Implants Benefit from New 3D Printing Techniques
Great new article in AAOS authored by Dr. Samuel Adams (Duke University) discussing the benefits of 3D printing for patient specific implants in foot
Another great clincal outcome at the University of Miami with Dr. Aiyer and Dr. Quinnan
using a total talus replacement for a patient with sickle cell anemia causing AVN of her talus.
restor3d and Impressio Awarded Funding by National Institutes of Health Small Business Innovation Research Program
The grant will support research and development of an innovative solution for degenerative disc disease combining LCE and 3D Printing technologies.
Listen in to the Ortho Idea Podcast with our Co-Founder Ken Gall,
Professor and Associate Dean of Entrepreneurship at Duke University.
Check out Dr. Westrick's webinar on 3D printed implants in trauma reconstruction
Approaches for foot and ankle salvage, traumatic limb preservation and complex joint reconstruction.
Check out Dr. Peter Highlander's webinar on
three approaches to talar pathology using 3D printed implants
Shout out to Dr. Samuel Adams and Dr. Jerry Cush for sharing their experience using modern technologies to treat
patients with complex foot and ankle using 3D printing!
Dr. Kent Ellington discusses using bilateral weight bearing CT imaging
to optimize his pre-operative plan for a total talar replacement using a 3D printed implant.
A Closer Look At A Total Talar Replacement and Ankle Arthroplasty
Dr. Jeffrey McAlister shares insights on total talus replacements
The Future of Orthopedics is 3D Printing
Kent Ellington, MD discsusses total talus replacement, working with restor3d, and the future of 3D printing in orthopedics
Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Surgeon Performs 3D Total Talus Replacement
Dr. Kent Ellington at OrthoCarolina shares his recent case with restor3d for a total talus replacement.