First Nanotechnology Designation for Bioceramic Nanotube Surface. Nanovis’ bioceramic nanotube surface on a Nano FortCore interbody with a deeply porous CARMEL, Indiana (Oct 22, 2019) – Nanovis today announced that it received the first 510(k) clearance for a bioceramic nanotube surface that demonstrated the FDA requirements for nanotechnology. “We are delighted to receive such an […]
First use of novel bioceramic enhanced nanotube surface in the world.
Company recognized for its nanotechnology-based spinal devices
Nanovis Expands the Range of Footprints for its Signature FortiCore Posterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion System
Complete PLIF size offering now includes 32mm, 28mm, 25mm, and 22mm.
This foundational nanotechnology patent, covering the use of ceramics on spinal implants with nanopores, builds on Nanovis’ superior portfolio of fixation technologies.
Nanovis Announces Successful Completion of $5.5 Million Investment Round To Fund Technology-Driven Growth
This funding supports surging demand from surgeons and distributors for Nanovis’ nano-technology enhanced spinal implants.