dynabunion 4d

Experience a Runway Recovery

Walk Your Runway After
4D Minimal-Incision Bunion Correction

4D dynaBunion Procedure

Our lives are like runways where family, work, activities and celebrations intersect. Each of these demands our time, attention and energy. Slowing down is not an option. Unfortunately, if you suffer from bunions, then you know the limitations that bunions impose on your life. The pain they cause frequently impacts work, family and fun activities (and requires ugly shoes!).

Not having the luxury of slowing down is the reason many people with bunions avoid bunion surgery. Traditional bunion surgeries require a long recovery which brings the runway of your life to a screeching halt.


Introducing the dynaBunion™
4D Minimal-Incision Procedure

The dynaBunion™ 4D minimal-incision bunion procedure can allow you to quickly, comfortably and boldly return to your life’s runway. Unlike traditional open bunion surgeries, this 4D procedure corrects the bunion in all four dimensions through a minimal-incision which can offer a walking recovery, less tissue damage, a smaller scar…and a return to stylish shoes.


4D Minimal Incision dynaBunion Procedure

Safe & Secure Walking Recovery

After the dynaBunion™ procedure, many patients are paired with a special postoperative shoe that can safely and securely embrace your foot; giving many patients the ability to walk within days of the procedure.  However, your surgeon will create your personal recovery instructions.

Insurance Coverage

Bunion correction is a very commonly insured surgical procedure. The dynaBunion™ 4D minimal-incision bunion correction is classified as a bunion correction procedure and is therefore covered by most insurance policies.

4D Minimal-Incision Bunion Correction

The dynaBunion™ 4D minimal-incision bunion correction allows your surgeon to carefully correct your bunion in all four dimensions.

Minimal Incision Bunion Correction
Bunions are caused by a mis-alignment of the toe bones in multiple dimensions. To understand the benefits of correcting each dimension, it is easiest to think of your bunion as a wedding cake that has started to lean-over. When you analyze the cake layers, you quickly realize that the problem actually begins at the bottom layer. If the bottom layer is angled, it will make the rest of the cake lean. To correct the cake, the bottom layer must be re-aligned in 4 different dimensions. The same is true for your bunion.

Let’s walk through the 4 dimensions and the
importance of correcting each one:

1st Dimension

Straighten the layers to the upright position


First Dimension Bunion Surgery Before


First Dimension Bunion Surgery After

2nd Dimension

Center the layer from front to back


Second Dimension Bunion Surgery Before


Second Dimension Bunion Surgery After

3rd Dimension

Rotate the layer so the cake topper faces the front


Third Dimension Bunion Surgery Before


Third Dimension Bunion Surgery After

4th Dimension

Secure the layers for activities

Secure the layers and compress the layers so that they remain correctly aligned even after transporting the cake. The 4th dimension of continuous compression holds the ends of the bones together after walking or other light activities until the bones are healed.

Unlike most bunion procedures, the dynaBunion™ procedure provides continuous compression which can lead to faster healing and a runway recovery.

First Dimension Bunion Surgery After

Without 4D correction, continuous compression and secure fixation, the bones may not heal in the correct position and the bunion may return which could require another surgery to correct the bunion again.

Fourth Dimension Bunion Surgery Composite

Safety Information

The miniBunion® System is intended for fixation of osteotomies and corrective procedures of the hallux and associated disorders such as hallux valgus.  The MotoBAND™ CP Implant System is indicated for stabilization and fixation of fresh fractures, revision procedures, joint fusion and reconstruction of small bones of the hand, feet, wrist, ankles, fingers and toes. When used for these indications, the MotoBAND™ CP Implant System with the exception of the 2-hole plate may be used with the MotoCLIP™ Implant System.


There are potential risks associated with the use of these devices some of which include: allergic reaction to the implant material, fracture of the implant, soft-tissue complication (e.g. infection at the implant site, prolonged healing) and revision surgery. Talk to your surgeon for complete indications, warning, precaution, adverse event and other important medical information. Information here is for education purposes only.  Only your health care professional can determine if this treatment is right for you.