Bunion Surgery has changed: Lapiplasty® 3D Bunion Correction™ | Treace Medical Concepts, Inc.

Bunion Surgery Has Changed

Learn about the benefits of the Lapiplasty® 3D Bunion Correction Procedure over traditional osteotomies (2D surgery):

Fixes the root cause of your bunion
Provides a 3D fix for a 3D problem
Gets you back on your feet quickly1

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NEW Clinical data demonstrates low recurrence rates for the Lapiplasty® Procedure.5
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Bunions Are More Than A Bump

Bunions are a 3D problem

A common misconception is that a bunion is simply and overgrowth of bone that can simply be “shaved off”; however bunions are complex deformities caused by an unstable joint (i.e. unstable foundation) in the middle of the foot that allows the bones to drift out of alignment in 3 dimensions. Learn More

Bunion Deformity
An unstable foundation allows the metatarsal bone to drift out of 3D alignment, causing the visible “bump” on the inside of the foot.

Osteotomies (Traditional Surgery)
“Osteotomies” target the cosmetic bump by cutting and shifting the bone in 2D, but do not address all 3 dimensions of the deformity or the unstable foundation.

Lapiplasty® 3D Bunion Correction
This advanced procedure precisely corrects the 3D metatarsal alignment and secures the foundation, allowing you to walk within days of surgery.1

Lapiplasty® 3D Bunion Correction was designed

because osteotomy surgery has proven to be inconsistent.

Osteotomies offer a partial fix only by addressing the cosmetic “bump”; but leaving the root cause unaddressed.

Recent multicenter clinical data demonstrated that
97% of Lapiplasty® patients maintained their
3D Bunion Correction at 13 months.5

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Lapiplasty® 3D Bunion Correction In The News

1 Smith B, et al, 2017 AOFAS Annual Meeting, Seattle WA.
2 Kim Y, Kim JS, Young KW, et al. Foot Ankle Int. 2015. 36:944-52.
3 Okuda R, Kinoshita M, Yasuda T, et al. JBJS. 2007. 89:2163-72.
4 Jeuken RM, et al. Foot Ankle Int. 2016. 37:687-95.
5 Santrock R, et al. 2018 AOFAS Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.
Important Risk Information: Only a surgeon can tell if the Lapiplasty® Procedure is right for you. As with any medical treatment, individual results may vary. There are potential risks and recovery takes time. Potential risks include but are not limited to infection, discomfort from the presence of the implant, loosening of the implant, and loss of correction with nonunion or malunion.