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Our hip care surgeons use this state-of-the-art hip replacement technology

If hip replacement is in your future, you’ve come to the right place to learn about a truly significant advancement in joint replacement materials, VERILAST Hip Technology. It’s important to remember that not every hip implant is the same. VERILAST Hip Technology is the one technology that directly addresses two of the most commonly cited concerns associated with hip replacement implants:2

  • Implant Wear
  • Implant Fracture

Whether or not to undergo hip replacement surgery is a very important decision. No matter how statistically safe and successful hip replacement surgery has proven to be, every surgery has risks. Before making any surgical decision, conversations should take place with your family, your primary care doctor and your orthopaedic surgeon to make sure that hip replacement with VERILAST Technology is the right course of action for your particular situation.

Learn more about VERILAST Hip Technology HERE. 

OXINIUM◊ Oxidized Zirconium

Some questions you are probably thinking about are: what kind of implant device you will be receiving, what is it made of, and why is your surgeon using a particular kind of device? If you haven’t discussed this with your surgeon, you should, because not all hip implant devices are made of the same material.

Due to significant advancements in technology, there is a new material for hip implant devices called OXINIUM◊ Oxidized Zirconium that is a superior metal for use in hip implants. This is due to its hardness, smoothness and resistance to scratching and abrasion. It also exhibits superior performance characteristics over the alternative material options of cobalt chrome and ceramic. Ask your orthopaedic surgeon about OXINIUM and if it is the right implant option for you.