GRYPHON® Suture Anchors 

GRYPHON® Suture Anchors are suture anchors designed to be used predominantly for reattachment of the glenoid labrum to bone.


Features & Benefits


    BIOCRYL RAPIDE® Biocomposite Material

    The #1 U.S. Biocomposite material for shoulder and knee implants. Combining TCP and PLGA pre-clinical testing has shown resorbtion over time, followed by bone in-growth.

    Thread-in option

    Offer an internally driven threaded anchor for tactile feel


    Push-in option 

    Offers a barbed design with ease of insertion and a pull-out strength 15% greater than the tested competitors

    Compression Fit 

    Tactile feel for insertion confidence with easier insertion


    ORTHOCORD Suture

    Delivers 55lbs of tensile strength and is 45% less stiff than Fiberwire®

    Suture Options

    Preloaded with one or two strands of ORTHOCORD® Suture for procedural flexibility


    Allows for blood to channel to the surface


    Suture Bridge 

    The suture bridge combined with internal channeling provides optimal suture slideability

    Size and Flexibility

    When the anchoring location is tight on space but the pull-out strength can't be compromised, call on the smaller sized anchor comprised of BIOCRYL RAPIDE® Biocomposite Material

Supporting Documentation


GRYPHON® BR Suture Anchor Technology: Knot Size Compared to Arthroscopic Knots with #2 Suture

GRYPHON® BR Suture Anchors in Vivo Performance

Biomechanical Comparion of JuggerKnot™ Soft Anchor & GRYPHON™ BR

Comparison of Lateral Row Anchors for Rotator Cuff Repair


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Indication Statement

Rotator Cuff Repair, Bankart Repair, SLAP Lesion Repair, Biceps Tenodesis, Acromio-Clavicular Separation Repair, Deltoid Repair, Capsular Shift or Capsulolabral Reconstruction;
Lateral Stabilization, Medial Stabilization, Achilles Tendon Repair;
Medial Collateral Ligament Repair, Lateral Collateral Ligament Repair, Posterior Oblique Ligament Repair, Iliotibial Band Tenodesis;
Biceps Tendon Reattachment, Ulnar or Radial Collateral Ligament Reconstruction;
Capsular repair, acetabular labral repair.