The rate of host cell infiltration, an important process of tissue remodeling, varies with the type of material used. Generally, there are three types of reinforcement and augmentation products available: 1) synthetics, 2) allografts, and 3) xenografts. Traditionally, orthopedic surgeons have relied solely on suture or suture anchors for soft tissue repair. However, the innovation of biological reinforcement devices has given surgeons new options for increasing the strength and mobility of the repaired injury sites, while also decreasing the postoperative period for healing. This eliminates some of the most complicating factors in the repair of tendons. Given these benefits, more surgeons are becoming accustomed to using reinforcement and augmentation devices for tissue repair, specifically in severe cases where open surgeries are required. Altogether, this gives rise to a strong growing market for biological tendon reinforcement and augmentation devices, which is forecasted to experience a double-digit growth over the forecast period.