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How Long Might A Unicompartmental Implant Last?



All knee implants have a limited life expectancy, and reviewing the orthopaedic literature shows that modern unicompartmental knee replacements last in the 10-year range, depending on a patient's age, weight, and activity level. Many orthopaedic surgeons around the world report a success rate of about 90% at 10 years, indicating that many patients have long-term enjoyment of their unicompartmental knee implant. *2, *3, *4.






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