Developed by Establishment Labs, Motiva breast implants help women around the world to achieve the look they want, whilst always placing utmost importance on both safety and customer care. In fact, after a six-year study, Motiva implant patients had zero double capsules, zero late seromas, a less than 1% capsular contracture rate, and high patient satisfaction.
So, whether it’s the regulatory offices in the United States, the Belgian distribution centre, or the state-of-the-art manufacturing plant in Costa Rica, Motiva’s global expertise is at the heart of everything they do.
Whatever look you hope to achieve from breast surgery, using Motiva breast implants means you are likely to find the perfect shape to suit your needs. The Motiva Implant Matrix contains more than 500 different implant shapes, so you can be confident of finding your perfect match.
Made from world-class silicone gel, Motiva’s ProgressiveGel PLUS implants are 100% filled, 100% ultra-soft and 100% form-stable. They provide a youthful aesthetic with a medium profile, combining elasticity and firmness for a natural look and feel.
Your surgeon will discuss all your options in full. But because Motiva implants have been designed to require a smaller incision than other implants, you can normally choose from three different locations for your incision: under your breast, in your armpit, or around your nipple.
The cost of your breast enlargement surgery will depend on several different factors. We will talk to you in detail about each of your choices. However, what we can say is that your final price will include the cost of your pre- and post-operative care, as well as your surgeon, anaesthetist, nurses, personal aftercare plan and access to a 24-hour support helpline.
During your consultation, your surgeon will discuss whether Motiva implants or another brand are best suited to your needs. Each of our surgeons has years of experience helping women achieve the results they want from their chosen breast surgery procedure.
Most experts recommended replacing your implants between 10 and 20 years after your original surgery but it can differ between women. We usually advise that, after 10 years, it’s wise to have a check-up with your surgeon to make sure everything is okay.