A Longstanding Tradition

The Wagner SL Revision Hip is designed to bridge proximal bone defect to gain distal fixation and rotational stability.


  • Femoral Reconstruction
  • Revision Hip


  • Monobloc
  • Cementless


  • Revision

Clinically proven design1  with over 30 years of clinical experience.

Kaplan Meier


Average follow-up of 7 years2

Relative Survival Ratios (RSR)


Average follow-up of 6.17 years

Average follow-up with loosening as the endpoint [RSR]


Average follow-up of 3.9 years (2 – 7 years)4

System Features

Proven Materials

Proven grit-blasted surface and a biocompatible titanium alloy.

Rotational Stability

A tapered, conical implant body and eight longitudinal ribs provide rotational stability and allow for intraoperative anteversion adjustment. 

Range of Sizes

Varying implant diameters and lengths are available for a desired patient fit.



Secure Fixation 

  • Designed for secure fixation by means of longitudinal ribs and 2o taper. Ream-only technique designed to conserve bone.

Clinically Proven

  • Clinically proven design1 with over 30 years of clinical experience.

Flexible Solution

  • Designed to address a range of patient anatomies and deformities

Additional Information

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