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Femoral Components

Bencox® M Stem.

The Bencox femoral system from Corentec is a double-tapered, wedge stem, system designed to suit the anatomical structure in the marrow cavity. The section is rectangular-shaped, which helps to ensure strong initial press-fit fixation in the femoral marrow cavity. Designed with 12/14 specifications , the Corentec femoral system heads ensures compatibility with existing ball heads. Our femoral components offer a choice of stems, applying proven coating technology and patented neck design for a wide range of motion. In addition, they are compatible with either the Co-Cr head or our fourth generation delta ceramic head, which strengthens wear resistance and provides excellent biocompatibility.

Design Info

  • Minimized Bone Resection and Easy Inserstion

    : The reduced lateral shoulder and stem length allow minimal bone resection.

    : The curved distal can promote smoother insertion into the femoral canal.

  • Stable Fixation

    : Clinically proven ti plasma sprayed porous coating on the proximal part of the stem for primary and secondary stability.

    : May reduce/prevent osteolysis from wear debris.

  • Enhanced Rotational Stability

    : The flat body in anterior-posterior view provides implant rotation resistance in the femoral canal.

    : The M/L width of the implant is larger than the A/P width of the femoral canal for rotational stability.

  • Wide Range of Motion

    : The improved trapezoidal neck design allows for a wide range of motion, and protects against impingement and dislocation.

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