Edge Upper

Cervical System

The Edge Upper Cervical System is designed to address atlantoaxial instability, odontoid fractures, and other cervical spine conditions.

One of its key advantages is its ability to extend up to C0 via tulip head screws. This feature not only reduces operative time and blood loss but also minimizes technical complexity during surgery.

The system offers equivalent or improved fixation strength at C1-C2 while preserving bone mass in C1. By being specifically designed for fixation on the posterior arch of the C1 vertebra, it provides stability and support where it’s most needed.

For patients requiring treatment for such conditions, the Edge Upper Cervical System presents a compelling alternative to wearing a halo for an extended period while waiting for the fracture to heal. Its precision, strength, and focus on preserving bone mass make it a promising solution for those seeking effective and efficient cervical spine treatment.

Key Features of the Edge Upper Cervical System

  • Designed for fixation on the posterior arch of the C1 vertebra
  • Treating atlantoaxial instability, odontoid fractures and other conditions of the cervical spine

  • Most likely option for these patients is wearing a halo for an extended period, waiting for the fracture to heal