No fusion Neutral pitch Patented for MIBS
Enhance your technique and save time in the operating room with the Revcon™ screw system, featuring the new Revcon™ Anchor line — the only single-screw minimally invasive bunion surgery (MIBS) solution available. The patented Revcon™ Anchor includes additional features, such as multiple purchase zones that work with the bone’s natural density. Whichever solution you choose, the Revcon™ screw system is surgeon-designed to optimize fixation while reducing soft-tissue injury, for more consistent results.
Classic two-screw metatarsal option
The structural solution for capturing cancellous bone.
Tiny incisions with minimal scarring
Aesthetic results your patients will want to show off.
Groundbreaking single screw solution
Optimized for both cortical and cancellous fixation.
Two screw lines to fit your patient needs:
The classic two screw solution.
Consistent neutral cancellous pitch throughout provides a supportive healing scaffold.
The exclusive single screw solution.
Targeted dual-zone neutral pitch designed to optimize cortical and cancellous fixation.
Patented next-evolution¹ design for minimally invasive bunion surgery.
The Revcon™ Anchor is positioned to become the single-screw MIBS implant of choice — but the entire Revcon™ line includes these bunion-specific features:
Additional System Features
Color coded screws + instruments: Matching screw and instrument colors improve surgical efficiency.
Proprietary, patent-pending insertion guide: Easily orients screw position to facilitate proper placement.
Ratchet screwdriver handle: Thoughtful ergonomics enhance stability for fast, smooth insertion.
Anodized titanium alloy screw: Promotes osseointegration and is biocompatible.
1 Blitz N. Foot Ankle Quarterly. 2020; 31:181-191.
The Revcon™ Guided Instrumentation Tray
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New opportunities for walking recoveries.
The Revcon™ screw system was designed for use in minimally invasive bone surgery, with a focus on foot and ankle procedures and bunion surgery. Our technology can help surgeons get their patients back on their feet quickly in most instances — even when they’ve had both feet corrected.* For patients with busy lifestyles, it can help them decide to move forward with surgery.
*At surgeon’s discretion based on individual patient and case specifics. Please see Patient Risk Information for more detail.