LINK® Hip Prostheses

Cemented Cup

  • Lubinus (with/without snapfit)

  • Lubinus eccentric/dysplastic polyethylene Acetabular Cup, with out snapfit.

  • Proven and clinically tested coupling mechanisms

Bipolar Cup - Vario Cup

  • Less wear of acetabuluar bone as the head of the femoral component articulates primarily within the Vario-Cup

  • Scope for conversion to Total Hip Prosthesis without replacement of the femoral component.

Press Fit Cup

  • Combi Cup

  • CombiCup
  • Titanium alloy (Ti6AL4V) + Ti-HA-double coating

  • Press-fit fixation, Fixation screws optionally

T.O.P.® Cup

  • Trabecular Oriented Pattern

  • Press-Fit fixation

  • Interlocking theeth at the cup equator increase primary stability.

  • Mediocaudal recess allows wider range of motion and protects the psoas tendon and femoral nerve.

  • Reliable fixation of polythylene insert to metal casing with snap-lock mechanism.

  • Metal casing of tilastan titanium alloy, polyethylene inserts of UHMWPE and X-LINKed


Cemented Stem

  • S.P II


  • S-Shaped stem following of femur resists rotational forces to provide secure fixation.

  • Uniform cement mantle along of femoral canal is retained by flexible reamer use for preparation.

  • Normal physiological shape of femoral canal is retained by flexible reamer use for preparation..

  • * Annual Report 2013;
  • L.C.P


  • Collar provides optimal support

  • Wide, rounded medical and lateral stem section for improved "cement-friendly" fixation characteristics.

Cementless Stem

  • L.C.U

  • Cementless stem, flattened, polished neck for increased ROM.

  • Minimally invasive instrument set available.

  • Standard C: Titanium alloy Ti6AI4V with HA-Coating for cementless fixation.

  • C.F.P - The Collum Femoris Preserving system

  • Minimal bone reseaction, femoral neck is retained, no removal of cancellous bone in the proximal femur.

  • Cementless implantation with bone compression and up to 87% prosthesis to bone contact

  • Collar allows for physiological transfer of compressive forces into the femur.