Shaped for Success
Introducing the new LES P-LIFT ® Interbody Cage.
The specialized curvature of the LES P-LIFT implant enables surgeons to expose the least amount of anatomy necessary in order to complete their procedure. Shaped to conform to the patient’s natural anatomy, this implant features an improved footprint for superior surgical access and stability afterwards.
Features that Deliver Unmatched Results
Each SpineFrontier product is confidently designed to meet the meticulous standards of spine surgeons and the needs of our ultimate end-user, the patient. LES P-LIFT is no exception, boldly pioneering the next level of “standard” for spine implants.
Bulleted for Easy Insertion
LES P-LIFT’s bulleted tip simplifies insertion into tight disc spaces. The implant’s lateral curvature conforms to the bony access window, complimenting the anatomy of the intervertebral disc.
Unidirectional tooth technology provides rigid fixation to disc endplates and minimizes the risk of subsidence and expulsion. These precisely engineered teeth are positioned to reduce the risk to the surrounding tissue and nerve roots during insertion.
Secure, Robust Inserter
Our inserter platform is designed with integrity and simplicity in mind. Built from strong, safe materials, we manufacture installation tools and hardware that surgeons and patients can be confident in.
Visibile Placement Confirmation
Highly visible radiographic markers clearly identify the implant’s position and height under fluoroscopic imagery. This improves surgeon accuracy and efficiency during the procedure.
Lateral Interbody Windows Aid in Bony Fusion
In addition to a large centralized graft cavity, LES P-LIFT® also contains graft windows on the walls of the interbody, designed to promote fusion. These graft windows are specially designed to promote fusion when used in conjunction with bone graft.
The SpineFrontier Lumbar Interbody Fusion Device System (Dorado IBC, Dorado PLIFT, Dorado ELIFT, Dorado ALIFT, Dorado TILT, Dorado TLIFT, Dorado Wide, and Ursa S-LIFT) is intended for intervertebral body fusion of the spine of skeletally mature patients, using autogenous bone graft to facilitate fusion. The device is indicated for use in patients with degenerative disc disease (DDD) at one or two contiguous spinal levels from L2-S1. These DDD patients may also have up to Grade I spondylolisthesis or retrolithesis at the involved level(s).
Degenerative disc disease is defined as discogenic back pain with degeneration of the disc confirmed by history or radiographic studies. These patients should be skeletally mature and have had six months of non-operative treatment. The SpineFrontier Lumbar Intervertebral Body Fusion Device System is intended to be used with supplemental spinal fixation system(s) cleared for use in the lumbar spine.