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You have streamlined the entire surgical process for your Surgery Center. Your focus on providing an unparalleled experience for your patients has been taken into consideration. You have carefully laid out your facility to maximize efficiency. Do your implants and instrumentation fit the same philosophy?

TJO’s state of the art implants for hip and knee arthroplasty provide uncompromising value. From the time you receive implants to the time the instruments are cleaned and prepped for the next case, there are no extraneous steps—we call this Efficiency by Design.


Reduce Costs

TJO’s Klassic One™ tray system for primary hip and knee replacement supports 90% of surgeries using a single tray. Intuitive, carefully designed instruments provide predictable, reproducible results without creating additional surgical steps.
• Trays offer the full range of sizes. No need to create a custom tray for every patient
• No additional imaging required
• No expensive Patient Specific Instrumentation to stock and prepare
• Fewer instruments streamline control from inventory, to back table, to cleaning and sterilization

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Why pay for instruments you don’t use? Watters, et al[i] estimates the cost of cleaning and storing a tray at $58.18 for each surgery. Reducing your tray count from six to one could save you approximately $290.09 every surgery. That’s $29,090 dollars saved for every hundred surgeries performed while simplifying the surgical technique. Because Klassic One™ is not patient specific, no additional preparation or costly CT scan is required. Let your staff spend their time adding value to the clinic, not washing and organizing un-used instruments!

Set Yourself Up for Success

No OR is perfectly clean, and sterile wraps occasionally develop holes that can be missed. Once opened, every instrument is a potential source of contamination. Maathuis, et al.[ii] found that 5% of broaches and reamers were found to be positive for microorganisms before being used in surgery.[1] Reducing tray count from 6 to 1 could reduce potential contamination.

Because the Klassic One™ tray system is not patient specific, the standardized, single tray minimizes the opportunity for mistakes. Our single, standardized tray offers a scalable system for larger institutions or busy surgery days; there’s no need for staff to spend time planning and hand-selecting instrument trays.



Klassic® Knee System

The modern, universal Klassic Femur uses a patented double Q-angle and deepened trochlear groove to provide excellent kinematics in a left/right agnostic system. The system cuts down on waste but does not compromise on options:
• A variety of sizing options to optimize patient fit
• Components for both cemented and uncemented use
• Ti-Coat® and Cobalt3D™ ultraporous, three-dimensional sintered porous coatings for biological fixation and bony ingrowth
• Tibial articular surfaces in CR/Congruent and Ultra-PS® designs
• Domed and Sombrero Patellae
• All-Poly Tibias available

Klassic HD® Hip System

Use your preferred style and approach with the Klassic HD Hip System and Klassic Blade Femoral Stems. Both systems offer:
• E-Link® Poly for wear resistance and oxidative stability
• BIOLOX®delta ceramic or CoCr heads, including multiple head length options
• A variety of sizing options to optimize patient fit
• Ti-Coat®, an ultraporous, three-dimensional sintered porous coating for biological fixation and bony ingrowth


Help more patients

Joint arthroplasty is a life-changing service you provide for your patients on a daily basis. With TJO, your impact extends even further. For every 10 implants sold, we donate one to Operation Walk.

To learn more about how TJO will partner with you to find simple, cost-effective solutions for your Surgery Center, contact


[i] Watters, Tyler & Mather, Richard & Browne, James & R Berend, Keith & V Lombardi, Adolph & Bolognesi, Michael. (2011). Analysis of procedure-related costs and proposed benefits of using patient-specific approach in total knee arthroplasty. Journal of surgical orthopaedic advances. 20. 112-6.

[ii] G M Maathuis, Patrick & Neut, Daniëlle & Busscher, Henk & van der Mei, Henny & Horn, Jim. (2005). Perioperative Contamination in Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty. Clinical orthopaedics and related research. 433. 136-9