However, its rise in popularity has come with much speculation and over time, countless myths about breast implants have been established.
Why does Dr Moradi prefer Motiva Implants®?
Silicone or Saline Implants?
There are two broad types of breast implants available in the medical market, both consisting of an outer shell. The difference is what is inside the implant; silicone or saline.
Saline implants were first introduced to the breast implant market in 1964.
While the earliest saline implants were associated with high rates of post-operation breast deflation, design modifications to their shells have allowed a significant delay in when eventual deflation may occur.
Today, however, silicone gel implants are most commonly used in breast augmentation surgery. This is due to the safety of newer-generation models, as well as the inevitable deflation of saline implants.
Silicone gel implants are also far more popular among patients because of their significantly more natural look and feel.
Motiva Implants®: Paving the Way for the Industries Future
Recognising an industry-wide concern in implant safety, Establishment Labs Holdings® (affiliate being European Distribution Center Motiva BVBA) took a patient point-of-view approach in developing and revolutionising values in their Motiva® products. From this, Motiva Implants® successfully maximised overall safety and aesthetic outcomes.
Motiva Implants® dominates other implant manufacturers because of their one-of-a-kind product features.
Why Dr Moradi Chooses Motiva Implants®
Motiva Implants® reputable design prevents implant ruptures and maintains their shape even when cut. Unlike past and some present breast implants, Motiva's breast implant filling is not at all likely to ooze or leak, even if the shell does break down. Check out the Official Motiva Implant® leak test here.
The FDA safety communication also noted that BIA-ALCL has occurred "more frequently following implantation of breast implants with textured surfaces rather than those with smooth surfaces." Dr Moradi uses Motiva Implants® due to the fact these implants are classified as a smooth implant which means there is no association with BIA-ALCL. In fact, to this date, there have been no apparent cases of BIA-ALCL in patients that have Motiva Implants® reported to Establishment Labs.
Motiva Implants® features include:
- Ergonomix®: Motiva Implants® are manufactured with ProgressiveGel™ Ultima, a proprietary silicone gel that provides the utmost natural look, feel, and behaviour to posture (if the patient is standing, in motion, or lying down)
- TrueMonobloc®: Special attention has been paid to providing all Motiva Implants® with such strength (i.e. equal performance under stress at any point on the implant) by chemically bonding the implant gel, shell, and patch. These implants are designed to prevent implant rupture
- BluSeal®: A visual indicator that allows for 100% confirmation that a barrier layer is intact, to minimise any risks of gel bleed
- Qid®: A RFID micro-transponder system for immediate traceability and verification of implant information, if there ever was a potential recall
Each of the above features were integrated to minimise safety concerns that other breast implant producers failed to adequately address.
One of Motiva Implants® Highest Users in Australia
Did you know, Dr Moradi is one of Australia's highest users of Motiva Implants®? If you're considering undergoing breast augmentation, get in touch with Dr Moradi today; make an enquiry or book a consultation. Alternatively, feel free to email.