Osseointegration or direct skeletal fixation is the process of bone cells adhering to a metal implant.

The implant penetrates through the skin, allowing attachment of an artificial limb to the human skeleton via a connector.

Conventional socket wearers frequently have problems with dermatitis, intolerable perspiration and difficulty walking on uneven surfaces. Osseointegration avoids these problems and carries advantages such as stability and improved joint movement.

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