Porex Surgical, Inc.

Address: 15 Dart Road, Newnan, Georgia 30265-1017, USA
Phone: +1-(678)-479-1610 | Fax: +1-(678)-423-1435 | Map/Directions >>

Profile: Porex Surgical, Inc. provides products for craniofacial, neurosurgical, oculoplastic and aesthetic surgery. Our Medpor® nasal dartt implant is designed to correct an undesirable angle between the upper lip and the columella using the dynamic adjustable-rotation tip-tensioning technique. Nostril Retainers aid in preventing nostril shape distortion following surgery. The arch design of the new Porex Surgical nostril retainer offers a more comfortable fit around the columella. We are accredited with ISO 13485 certification, EN 46001 compliance and EC certificate No. CE 01953.

The company has revenues of USD 5-10 Million, has ~50 employees and is ISO, CE certified.

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• Coated Tear Drain Instrument Set
• Conical Orbital Implant
• Contoured Two-Piece Chin Implant
• Cranial Hemisphere
• Cranial-Temporal Implant (FDA Code: MNF / 878.3550)
A chin prosthesis is a silicone rubber solid device intended to be implanted to augment or reconstruct the chin.
• Craniotomy Gap Filler
• Craniotomy Gap Wedge
• Electrosurgical Cutting and Coagulation Device (FDA Code: GEI / 878.4400)
An electrosurgical cutting and coagulation device and accessories is a device intended to remove tissue and control bleeding by use of high-frequency electrical current.
• Electrosurgical Electrode (FDA Code: JOS / 878.4400)
• Extended Malar Shapes
• External Nasal Valve Batten Implant
• Eye Sphere Implant (FDA Code: HPZ / 886.3320)
An eye sphere implant is a device intended to be implanted in the eyeball to occupy space following the removal of the contents of the eyeball with the sclera left intact.
• General Diagnostic Supplies
• General Surgery Tray (FDA Code: LRO / 878.4370)
A surgical drape and drape accessories is a device made of natural or synthetic materials intended to be used as a protective patient covering, such as to isolate a site of surgical incision from microbial and other contamination. The device includes a plastic wound protector that may adhere to the skin around a surgical incision or be placed in a wound to cover its exposed edges, and a latex drape with a self-retaining finger cot that is intended to allow repeated insertion of the surgeon's finger into the rectum during performance of a transurethral prostatectomy.
• Geniomandibular Groove Implant
• Implant Inserters
• Internal Chin Prosthesis (FDA Code: FWP / 878.3550)
• Intranasal Septal Splint (FDA Code: LYA / 874.4780)
An intranasal splint is intended to minimize bleeding and edema and to prevent adhesions between the septum and the nasal cavity. It is placed in the nasal cavity after surgery or trauma. The intranasal splint is constructed from plastic, silicone, or absorbent material.
• Lacrimal Probes (FDA Code: HNL / 886.4350)
A manual ophthalmic surgical instrument is a nonpowered, handheld device intended to aid or perform ophthalmic surgical procedures. This generic type of device includes the manual corneal burr, ophthalmic caliper, ophthalmic cannula, eyelid clamp, ophthalmic muscle clamp, iris retractor clip, orbital compressor, ophthalmic curette, cystotome, orbital depressor, lachrymal dilator, erisophake, expressor, ophthalmic forcep, ophthalmic hook, sphere introducer, ophthalmic knife, ophthalmic suturing needle, lachrymal probe, trabeculotomy probe, cornea-sclera punch, ophthalmic retractor, ophthalmic ring (Flieringa), lachrymal sac rongeur, ophthalmic scissors, enucleating snare, ophthalmic spatula, ophthalmic specula, ophthalmic spoon, ophthalmic spud, trabeculotome or ophthalmic manual trephine.
• Lacrimal System, Surgical Marking Pens
• Lateral Augmentation Onlay Mandible Angle
• Laternal Nasal Valve Batten Implant
• Lower Eyelid Spacer
• Medpor Orbital Implants
• Medpor Sheet Implants
• Methyl Methacrylate for Cranioplasty (FDA Code: GXP / 882.5300)
Methyl methacrylate for cranioplasty (skull repair) is a self-curing acrylic that a surgeon uses to repair a skull defect in a patient. At the time of surgery, the surgeon initiates polymerization of the material and forms it into a plate or other appropriate shape to repair the defect.
• Midface Contour Implant
• Nasal Dorsal Shell
• Nasal Dorsum Shapes
• Non-Custom Artificial Eye (FDA Code: HQH / 886.3200)
An artificial eye is a device resembling the anterior portion of the eye, usually made of glass or plastic, intended to be inserted in a patient's eye socket anterior to an orbital implant, or the eviscerated eyeball, for cosmetic purposes. The device is not intended to be implanted.
• Non-Powered Portable Single Patient Suction Apparatus (FDA Code: GCY / 878.4680)
A nonpowered, single patient, portable suction apparatus is a device that consists of a manually operated plastic, disposable evacuation system intended to provide a vacuum for suction drainage of surgical wounds.
• Ocular Peg (FDA Code: MQU / 886.3320)
• Ophthalmic Conformer (FDA Code: HQN / 886.3130)
An ophthalmic conformer is a device usually made of molded plastic intended to be inserted temporarily between the eyeball and eyelid to maintain space in the orbital cavity and prevent closure or adhesions during the healing process following surgery. ]
• Orbital Rim Implant
• Orbital Rim Onlay Implant
• Polymeric Surgical Mesh (FDA Code: FTL / 878.3300)
Surgical mesh is a metallic or polymeric screen intended to be implanted to reinforce soft tissue or bone where weakness exists. Examples of surgical mesh are metallic and polymeric mesh for hernia repair, and acetabular and cement restrictor mesh used during orthopedic surgery.
• Precision Surgical Skin Markers
• Pterional Implant
• S-Ear Implant
• Skin Marker (FDA Code: FZZ / 878.4660)
A skin marker is a pen-like device intended to be used to write on the patient's skin, e.g., to outline surgical incision sites or mark anatomical sites for accurate blood pressure measurement.
• Soft Tissue Prosthesis
• Standard Surgical Skin Markers
• Superior Lateral Orbital Rim
• Surgical Marking Pens (FDA Code: HRP / 886.4570)
An ophthalmic surgical marker is a device intended to mark by use of ink, dye, or indentation the location of ocular or scleral surgical manipulation.
• Surgical Mesh (FDA Code: FTM / 878.3300)
• Surgical Nostril Retainers
• Surgical Skin Markers (FDA Code: FZZ / 878.4660)
• Temporal Fossa Implant
• Transsphenoidal Sellar Implant

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