Cement

Modern Cementing Technique

Modern Cementing Technique is a documented procedure. The objective with the procedure is to obtain the optimal cement-bone and cement-implant interfaces to achieve long term implant survival.

Zimmer Biomet comprehensive assortment of bone cements, products for mixing and delivery, pressurization and bone bed preparation, is one of the most complete portfolios for Modern Cementing Technique in the market today. 

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Modern Cementing Technique (MCT)

For improved clinical outcome1,2                                    

Learn more about MCT and how to help secure a strong bond and optimal interfaces.

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Zimmer Biomet Bone Cements

Reliable performance and easy handling

Zimmer Biomet offers high viscosity bone cement with and without antibiotics. The cement follow the standard specifications in all respects of material used, formulation and manufacturing methods. The bone cements show reliable performance based on international laboratory standard testing.3,4

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Vacuum Mixing Cartridges

Mix Cement with Confidence

Zimmer Biomet’s mixing systems are designed to efficiently mix bone cement in closed vacuum setups to reduce porosity1,2 of the mixed cement and lower monomer fume exposure.

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Vacuum Mixing Bowls

Designed for Simplicity and Performance

Zimmer Biomet provides simple yet high performance systems to mix all viscosity bone cements.

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CementON® Tibial Mold

Efficient and Standardized Procedure for Tibial Cementation

CementON Tibial Molds are designed with an implant‐cement interface enhancement technology that is utterly unique in the joint arthroplasty market. This new technology offers a convenient and reproducible method for applying bone cement to implants.

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Cement Spacer Molds

Personalized Fit and Optimal Elution

With the StageOneTM and StageOne Select products, Zimmer Biomet offers high‐quality, personalized, cement spacer molds for knee, shoulder and hip. The molds allow for personalized patient fit, and provide the surgeon with more options while increasing mobility for the patient.

  1. Malchau H, et al. Prognosis of Total Hip Replacement. The National Hip Arthroplasty Register 1996: 9-11.
  2. Malchau H, et al. The Swedish Total Hip Replacement Register.The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. 84A: 2-20, 2002. 
  3. Data on file at Zimmer Biomet, Internal Laboratory Testing, Aug 2016.
  4. ISO 5833, Implants for Surgery – Acrylic Resin Cements (2002).


Bench test results not necessarily indicative of clinical performance.

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