The Signature Orthopaedics range of soft tissue fixation implants are intended to reattach soft tissue to bone and to allow for long term biological fixation. Many factors influence the strength of a soft- tissue-to-bone fixation construct including tissue quality, implant strength, contact area and pressure, and tensioning. Each fixation technique differs in terms of biologic integration, biomechanical stability, and failure mechanism. Fixation methods may or may not require an implant, such as interference screws, staples, pins, or suture anchors. Your surgeon will determine the optimal method of soft-tissue fixation for successful repair or reconstruction.