Patient-Specific Design Process

restor3d design process

r3id | Personalized Surgery

Our digital platform provides surgeons the ability to create and track cases efficiently , as well as collaborate with restor3d’s Design Engineering Team to maximize patient-specific surgical outcomes.

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Preoperative planning provides surgeons the ability to visualize the anatomy in 3D, improving control over the procedure


Personalized, patient-specific devices are designed and produced specifically for each patient’s anatomy.


Patient-Specific Device Workflow

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1. r3 Identification

Surgeon identifies patient and completes CT scan protocol. Hospital approval initiated.

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2. Case Creation

Surgeon uploads CT scan, provides additional case information, and any required documentation.

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3. Design Meeting

Surgeon and restor3d planning meeting.

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4. Design Proposal

Created using computer imaging and the patient’s CT Scan.

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5. Surgeon Approval

Proposal sent to surgeon for modifications or approval.

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6. Manufacturing

Patient-Specific implants and instruments manufactured per approved proposal.

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7. Surgery

Surgeon follows the preoperative plan to complete surgery with patient-specific implant and instrumentation.

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