The only Total Disc Replacement platform for both the Lumbar and Cervical spine has moved to Centinel Spine.
Not Available for Sale in the U.S.
Determined Safe & Effective for SCDD
The prodisc C Vivo Total Disc Replacement is intended to replace a diseased and/or degenerated intervertebral disc of the cervical spine
in patients with symptomatic cervical disc disease (SCDD).
The prodisc C Vivo Total Disc Replacement surgery is intended to:
Remove and replace the diseased disc
Restore normal disc height
Provide the potential for motion at the affected vertebral segment
The prodisc C Vivo implant has been designed to maintain the physiologic range of motion in the spine.
The implant was developed using the clinically proven ball and socket concept used in joint replacement implants for over 40 years.
The prodisc C Vivo implant is composed of three components – two cobalt chrome alloy (CoCrMo) endplates and an ultra-high molecular weight
polyethylene (UHMWPE) inlay and is inserted into the vertebral bodies en-bloc.
Ball and Socket Design
Controlled, predictable motion
Permits a physiological range of motion in flexion/extension, rotation, and lateral bending
Allows for restoration of anatomical balance
Resists shear forces
Secure Fixation with No Profile
Teeth fixation provides high primary stability and multilevel capability
Rough titanium surface on bone contacting surfaces promotes integration and increases stability
Implant does not contact anterior soft tissue structures after implantation
Convex superior plate for anatomical fixation
Trapezoidal footprint design for optimal anatomical fit and maximum endplate coverage
18 anatomical sizes facilitate an accurate match with the patient’s anatomy
3 heights (5, 6 and 7 mm)
Simple Surgical Technique
Working with leading spine surgeons from around the world, the prodisc C Vivo instrumentation and surgical technique have been refined
to facilitate safe and reproducible implantation in two primary steps.
Designed for standard transverse approach to the anterior cervical spine