Why Choose RTI?

Why Choose RTI?

RTI Surgical Holdings, Inc. is a leading global provider of biologic, metal, synthetic and synthetic-based implants for surgeries with a commitment to advancing science, safety and innovation.

RTI’s innovations continuously raise the bar of science and safety for biologics—from being the first company to offer precision-tooled bone implants and assembled allograft technology to maximize each gift of donation, to inventing fully validated sterilization processes that include viral inactivation steps. These processes are scientifically proven to address donor-to-recipient disease transmission risk while preserving natural tissue characteristics and biocompatibility.


An allograft implant is tissue surgically transplanted from one person to another. Depending on the type of transplant, surgical application, and processing method it has the potential to remodel and support new tissue growth. Allograft implants eliminate the need for a second surgery site and harvesting of the patient's own tissue for transplantation to the primary surgery site.


Metal implants can be tooled for specific applications and are designed for use with instrument sets for faster and more precise surgeries, allowing surgeons to have a uniform process that can be easily repeated.

Synthetic & Synthetic-based

A synthetic implant is manufactured from non-human materials but has biomechanical properties and structures similar to that of bone and may be used as a bone graft substitute. They most commonly consist of a synthetic component comprised of calcium phosphate, calcium sulfate, tricalcium phosphate/and or hydroxyapatite while some also include a collagen carrier component. These bone graft substitutes can be grouped into two general categories: self-setting bone grafts, or bone cements, and non-self setting bone graft substitutes.


A xenograft implant is tissue derived from one species to be implanted in another. Xenograft can be precision shaped and implanted similar to an allograft implant. Depending on the type of xenograft, surgical application, and processing method, studies show that it has the potential to remodel into the patient’s body similar to an allograft implant.