Eurocer 200+

Eurocer 200+ is a solid synthetic bone substitute able to withstand up to 10 MPa compression.

It is supplied as ready-to-use ceramic blocks in multiple shapes for various indications.

Its porosity (150 to 250 micron pores) and chemical composition (65% HA and 35% TCP) allow for osseointegration and subsequent gradual resorption of the bone substitute.


Eurocer 200+ is a porous ceramic structure that can only be used in areas subjected to less than 10 MPa compression.

Eurocer 200+ is a synthetic product made from calcium phosphates: hydroxyapatite and tricalcium phosphate.


– opening wedge osteotomy
– acetabular reconstruction (in combination with EUROCER 400)
– fusion (in combination with EUROCER 400)
– reconstruction during revision for loosened implants
– filling of bone tunnels during ligament reconstruction
– bone defects due to benign tumours and trauma


– compression fractures that require mechanical support

– vertebral fusion


– 65% HA and 35% TCP
– Its porous structure (60% total porosity; partially interconnected; 150 to 300 μm diameter pores) allows for osseointegration and gradual resorption


Truncated wedges:
– Wedge 35 x 15 x 08 – 08°
– Wedge 35 x 15 x 10 – 10°
– Wedge 35 x 15 x 12 – 12°
– Wedge 35 x 15 x 14 – 14°

– Cube 25 x 25 x 25

– Stick 10 x 10 x 40

– Cylinder dia. 10 L 40


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