Project results will modify the odontology market

Ortho Baltic („Baltic Orthoservice“ Ltd.) is implementing the project „Development of Smart Prosthetic Dentistry (SPD) technology along with creation of patient-specific dental implants“ and thus working on the new generation of personalized dental implants and virtual instruments. The aim of the project is to create personalized dental implants produced using 3D technologies and the new generation of personalized dental and orthopedic Read more

European Commission and Ortho Baltic have signed Grant Agreement

On 16th of April European Commission and Ortho Baltic have signed Grant Agreement euro grant for implementation of project INOVER 21. The project is designed to develop innovative software solutions that open the way for wider use of bespoke  patient-specific implants in a surgical treatment. The grant of 1,587 mln euro is the largest amongst all dotations European Commission has ever Read more

Solar power plant is going to be installed

Ortho Baltic is planning to install a solar power plant on the building’s roof and part of the company’s facade during the year of 2017. By investing in green energy company will achieve the reduction of purchased energy that is bough in market, its intensity and will manage better the power supply failures. This in turn will contribute to the release into Read more

Ortho Baltic in Lithuanian newspaper “Business News”. We are in “Horizon 2020”

Lithuania is wending its way to the “Horizon 2020” –  The Programme for Research and Innovation. There is a strong competition in the contest for “Horizon 2020’s SME Instrument” funding – over 1500 proposals from Europe countries were submitted to The European Commission. And we are proud to be the one of three Lithuanian companies that were selected for EU funding under this program!  Ortho Baltic succeeded Read more

Ortho Baltic is selected for Horizon 2020’s SME Instrument grant Phase 2!

Ortho Baltic’s project “Mass customization of implants. The business model“ was selected for the Horizon 2020’s SME Instrument grant Phase 2! Funding under Phase 2 of the instrument allows companies to invest in innovation activities such as demonstration, testing, piloting, scaling up and miniaturisation, in addition to developing a mature business plan for their product. More on the Horizon 2020’s Read more

Ortho Baltic and SME Instrument

SME Instrument

Ortho Baltic’s project “Mass customization of implants. The business model“ in Nov 2015 was selected for the SME Instrument grant Phase 1 and on Feb 23, 2016 company have signed the agreement with European Commission regarding funding of the project. The SME instrument is not typical EU funding schema and has been designed specifically for single or groups of highly Read more

First Lithuanian Implants for Orthopaedic Trauma

In collaboration with the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Ortho Baltic developed new generation orthopaedic implants for femoral fracture fixation. A set of implants includes 6 implant groups: 4 implant groups for proximal femur, 1 implant group for femoral shaft, and 1 group for distal femur. These implants are better fitted to the bone surface characteristic of the population of Read more

Lithuania Starts Manufacturing Patient-specific Hip Joint Implants

Ortho Baltic’s patient-specific acetabular implant has been registered by the State Health Care Accreditation Agency under the Ministry of Health. The product design and manufacturing technology has been developed by a close collaboration with the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences within the framework of the project “Development of New Generation Orthopaedic Implants”. The project was financed with 365,000 Euros by the Read more

Ortho Baltic’s Implant Design and Development Centre – The Only One in the Baltic region

On 30th of September this year, Ortho Baltic completed the implementation of a Scientific Research and Technological Development Project “Establishment of the Implant Design and Development Centre” co-financed by the EU Structural and Investment Funds through a financial instrument „Intelektas LT+”. The project implementation included the reconstruction of the Company’s facilities and building of infrastructures for scientific research and technological Read more