TiO2Mesh™ - Surgical mesh implant


TiO2Mesh™ is a surgical mesh implant specially indicated for repair of soft tissue defects of the abdominal wall, where a non-absorbable support material is required.

Relevant applications include the repair of inguinal and incisional hernias in all common surgical procedures.

Federal law (USA) restricts this device to sale by or on the order of physician.

TiO2Mesh™ - Innovativ hernia repair

TiO2Mesh™ is made from a monofilament polypropylene thread and has a large-pored structure with blue orientation stripes. The mesh implants are surrounded by a high-purity and adherent titanium dioxide surface coating to enhance the biocompatibility. Together with the lightweight character, the large-pored structure and the reduced material surface, lead to improved fibroblastic ingrowth and reduced shrinkage  This was confirmed by studies with titanium oxide coated implants compared to uncoated materials that demonstrated a significant increase in cell viability and cell adhesion by the biocompatible coating.

By this biocompatible coating furthermore a hydrophilic implant surface is generated, so that, together with the blue orientation stripes, the intraoperative handling and placement of TiO2Mesh™ is significantly supported. TiO2Mesh™ is provided to the users in different sizes and shapes. In addition to the standard sizes and shapes, tailor made mesh implants for specific indications of modern hernia surgery are available.

The advantages at a glance

The new generation of surgical mesh:

  • Completely covered by a 100 % pure titanium oxide layer
  • Light weight mesh with reduced material surface for all treatments
  • Versatile indication specific sizes and designs adapted to the surgeons needs
  • Large pored mesh structure (2,8mm) with 47 g/m2
  • Optimized pore structure or highest flexibility
  • Self inflating for fast and effective laparoscopic handling
  • Fast and effective mesh placement supports the clinical time management
  • Blue orientation stripes for improved laparoscopic handling and positioning