3DMorphic devices are patient specific, meaning they fit naturally with the patient’s spine. 3DMorphic has consistently produced positive post operative results. Clinical and radiographic results for 3DMorphic devices are detailed in Published Peer Reviewed Journal Articles. 

This image shows CT slices of a 3DMorphic L5-S1 ALIF implant pre and post surgery.

Comparing the CT images, there is excellent bone apposition onto the implant surface, with good bone remodelling surrounding the implant.

Clinical Trial

3DMorphic is currently undertaking a multi-centre, multi-surgeon clinical trial to demonstrate the effectiveness of personalised spinal fusion devices. This development work is supported by @MTPConnect’s #BioMedTech Horizons program, an initiative of the Federal Government’s Medical Research Future Fund. 

Published Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Opinion Piece: Patient-Specific Implants May Be the Next Big Thing in Spinal Surgery

Anterior lumbar interbody fusion using a personalized approach: is custom the future of implants for anterior lumbar interbody fusion surgery?

L5 en-bloc vertebrectomy with customized reconstructive implant: comparison of patient-specific versus off-the-shelf implant

3D-printed spine surgery implants: a systematic review of the efficacy and clinical safety profile of patient-specific and off-the-shelf devices

3-dimensional printing for anterior cervical surgery: a review

C3-C5 Chordoma Resection and Reconstruction with a Three-Dimensional Printed Titanium Patient-Specific Implant

Revision of a Failed C5-7 Corpectomy Complicated by Esophageal Fistula Using a 3-Dimensional− Printed Zero-Profile Patient-Specific Implant: A Technical Case Report

3D printed anatomical (bio) models in spine surgery: clinical benefits and value to health care providers

Development of a customized interbody fusion device for treatment of canine disc-associated cervical spondylomyelopathy