Total knee | Partial knee | Revision knee

latern hand

Intuitive, handheld navigation for precise, personalized component positioning.

Designed to improve outcomes through efficient and simple workflows.

Simple Integration

Fits into your normal surgical workflow. No extra time, equipment, workflows,
or processes.


One disposable and one tray per case. Navigation that easily scales to meet your needs in multiple ORs or facilities.

Open Implant

Compatible with most standard implant systems.



No capital expense, software or maintenance fees, and no pre-op imaging.

Lantern knee features

Distal femur

Total knee | Partial knee
Set Resection - Femur

Following a simple 2-step registration process, fine-tune the position of the femoral component in the coronal and sagittal planes.

Proximal tibia

Total knee | Partial knee
Proximal Tibia

Following a simple 2-step registration process, adjust the position of the tibial component in the coronal and sagittal planes.

Gap balancing

Total knee | Revision knee
Balancing Data

Measure and compare the extension and flexion spaces. Using the information provided, determine appropriate femoral rotation and position the femoral component in the transverse plane.

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Lantern Worklflow Animation.
Lantern® Total Knee Live Surgery with Dr. Michael Ast.
Achieving differing Alignment goals with Drs. Scott Ball and Brian Emmerson.
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Patient Specific Alignment with Dr. Scott Ball.
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The future is Bright

  • Powerful inertial sensors
  • High resolution LCD touchscreen
  • Android OS
  • Dual Core ARM Processor
  • Lithium-ion battery
  • Wireless Communication
  • Magnetic interface
  • Nearly weightless: 196g

Lantern technology is the next generation of orthopedic navigation. Bringing an easy-to-use, handheld navigation technology to any operating room that delivers precise clinical outcomes is a game changer.

Dr. Michael Ast, MD Hospital for Special Surgery, New York

Lantern is where computer-assisted surgery is headed. It’s a very simple, easy-to-use system that gives me exactly what I need.

Dr. Paul Sasaura Summit Orthopedic Specialists, California