The MaxForce MTP plates use two modes of compression to help provide maximized compression of the arthrodesis site. In addition to a standard oblong compression hole with eccentric drilling, these plates use a unique compression mechanism that allows surgeons to manually dial in compression for MTP fusions. The teeth in the plate align with the teeth on the compression device to work like gears. As the compression device is turned clockwise, the plate shifts proximally, compressing the MTP joint.

In addition, the new flat head cortical screws create a zero profile when seated fully into the plate, dramatically reducing hardware prominence.

Combined with an array of plate lengths and curvatures, the new MaxForce MTP plating system has been designed to offer surgeons the most comprehensive, compressive and lowest profile construct on the market today.

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