Zimmer Biomet offers surgeons a glenoid component to hold the hope of enduring fixation. The high-friction coefficient of Trabecular Metal material plus strength and flexibility provide initial stability. Trabecular Metal material's osteoconductive properties support vascularization and are designed to allow for more normal bone formation and maintenance.
Biomechanical testing shows initial, intermediate, and long-term stability superior to that of an all-polyethylene cemented glenoid. Trabecular Metal material’s osteoconductive properties support vascularization1 that allows for more normal bone formation and maintenance.