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What is Lapiplasty® 3D Bunion Correction?

Patented, advanced technology designed to correct all 3 dimensions of the bunion at the root of the problem (unstable joint). Learn how Lapiplasty® has changed the game.

April, Lapiplasty® Patient

Before Lapiplasty®

A common misconception is that a bunion is simply an overgrowth of bone that can be “shaved off”. However, bunions are complex, 3D deformities caused by an unstable joint in the middle of the foot that allows your bone to drift out of alignment.

 

After Lapiplasty®

Advanced surgical technology returns your entire bone to normal 3D alignment and the unstable joint is secured with patented, titanium plates to get you back on your feet quickly (in a walking boot)1.

Bunion Surgery Has Changed

How the Lapiplasty® Procedure Works

A lot of powerful technology and advanced surgeon training combine to deliver the patented 3D Bunion Correction in an outpatient procedure. Let’s take a look.

3 Simple Steps to Fixing Your Bunion

Getting Started with Lapiplasty®

1. Find a Doctor Near You

Schedule an appointment with our network of Lapiplasty® trained providers in your area.

2. Get Lapiplasty® 3D Bunion Correction

A specialized surgeon utilizes advanced technology to perform a 3D Bunion Correction in an outpatient setting.

3. Return to Your Active Life

Get back on your feet quickly (in a walking boot) and start an accelerated recovery towards resuming an active life1.

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Am I a Candidate?

Take the free assessment and instantly find out if Lapiplasty® 3D Bunion Correction may be right for you.

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Vivian, Lapiplasty® Patient
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Select the image below that best describes the bunion on your big toe.

A mild bunion is a small but noticeable bump at the base of the big toe and a big toe that starts to lean toward the 2nd toe.
A moderate bunion is a substantial bump at the base of the big toe and a big toe that leans toward the 2nd toe.
A severe bunion is a large bump at the base of the big toe and a big toe crosses over the 2nd toe.
A normal foot does not have a bump at the base of the big toe or a big toe that leans toward the 2nd toe.
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Select the image(s) below that describe other issues with your feet.

A bunionette (or Tailor’s bunion) is a bump at the base of your little toe. It’s possible that bunionettes can be treated during the same surgery as Lapiplasty® 3D Bunion Correction™.
A hammertoe is an abnormal bend in the middle joint of your toes. It’s possible that hammertoes can be treated during the same surgery as Lapiplasty® 3D Bunion Correction™.
Arthritis occurs when the cartilage at your big toe joint (1st metatarsophalangeal or MTP joint) breaks down, causing pain and stiffness. The Lapiplasty® implants are indicated for MTP fusion, which can be appropriate for advanced big toe arthritis.
Diabetes is a disease that affects how your body uses blood sugar. Diabetic patients with controlled blood sugar levels may still be candidates for Lapiplasty® 3D Bunion Correction™.
None of these issues.
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Have you had bunion surgery before?

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What type of insurance do you have?

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What is the patient’s age?

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Enter your information to receive your results.

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You may be a candidate for Lapiplasty® 3D Bunion Correction™. Check your inbox for more information.

*The “Am I a Candidate” assessment should only be completed by patients over the age of 18 or by a parent/legal guardian. This assessment is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Only a trained Lapiplasty® doctor can determine if you are an appropriate candidate for Lapiplasty® 3D Bunion Correction™. Please consult with your doctor to determine if Lapiplasty® 3D Bunion Correction™ is right for your specific condition. Lapiplasty® 3D Bunion Correction™ is indicated for patients 12 years of age and older. As with any medical treatment there are risks and recovery takes time. For a complete list of risks, see the Patient Risk Information For Information about how we handle your information please see our Privacy Policy and California Privacy Policy.

Get Back on Your Feet Quickly

Recovery From Lapiplasty®

A typical recovery timeline is detailed below. However, timepoints and doctor’s orders vary based on each patient’s condition. Be sure to ask your doctor what your particular recovery protocol will look like.

Within Days

Begin to put some weight on your foot1

Next 4-6 Weeks

Walk in a boot and return to daily activities

At 6-8 Weeks

Transition back into comfortable shoes

At 4-6 Months

Resume most activities and return to normal footwear

See the Results

Lapiplasty® Before & After Results

View real patient images to envision what Lapiplasty® 3D Bunion Correction could do for your feet.

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Fix It Right The First Time

Why Lapiplasty®?

Learn why the Lapiplasty® Procedure was developed by a group of leading foot & ankle surgeons to improve upon the inconsistencies associated with traditional 2D osteotomy bunion surgery.

*Physician is a paid consultant of Treace Medical Concepts, Inc.

Real People, Real Stories

“As a mechanical engineer, I was encouraged by the precision this technology provided the surgeon.”

 

Tom, Lapiplasty® Patient

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