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Simplify Disc Receives FDA Approval for Two-level cTDR

The Simplify Cervical Artificial Disc achieved the highest overall clinical success rate at both one- and two-levels compared to any other approved cervical disc.

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Simplify Cervical Artificial Disc

Anatomic • Physiologic • Radiologic

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Simplify Disc features the lowest available disc heights, as low as 4mm, to match patient anatomy.


Simplify Disc has a variable center of rotation.


Simplify Disc is designed to allow for the full diagnostic imaging capability of MRI.*
*MR Conditional per ASTM F2503

The Difference is Clear®

Simplify Cervical Artificial Disc is designed to allow the full diagnostic imaging capability of MRI.

Simplify Disc MRI Image 1

Lateral MRI at 24-months post-op.

Simplify Disc MRI Image 2

Axial MRI at 24-months post-op.

Why Simplify Cervical Artificial Disc?

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Anatomic Disc Heights

Simplify Disc is designed to fit patient anatomy, protect facets, and prevent overstuffing. With significant decrease in pain and significant increase in functional improvement,1 Simplify Disc is the only TDR (total disc replacement) to be able to demonstrate that a majority of patients with its disc had no facet degeneration through 24 months.1

Physiologic Motion

Simplify Disc’s variable center of rotation is designed to replicate the natural motion of healthy, intact discs. The 3-piece semi-constrained design allows for 12° flexion/extension, lateral bending, and axial rotation.

Radiologic Design

Simplify Disc’s PEEK and ceramic materials allow for detailed anatomic visualization on MR Imaging. In addition to being surgeons’ preferred imaging modality for the spine, it spares patients harmful radiation. As there is minimal artifact, Simplify Disc is the only cTDR (cervical total disc replacement) to enable diagnostic capabilities of MRI.


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