Anatomical TrueFixation®

Anatomical (i.e. teardrop-shaped) implants have traditionally been made with textured shells due to the belief that such shells limit implant rotation. But this has led to a historically unmet demand from patients and surgeons who want a stable anatomical shape without the complications associated with textured shells. To fulfil this demand, we created Anatomical TrueFixation®.

Anatomical Shape with an Advanced Surface

Easy to Implant

The only anatomical breast implant with two reinforced silicone tabs to reduce the risk of post-surgical implant rotation.

Anatomical TrueFixation® Features

Silicone Tabs

Our proprietary TrueFixation® system features two reinforced silicone tabs to be sutured to tissue to minimize implant rotation or sliding.

Orientation Guides

Aids implant placement and monitoring post implantation.

Superior Arch

Less movement/sliding. Helps maintain implant position.

100% Silicone Gel Filling

Designed to prevent rippling and gel fracture.

Bioengineered, Cell-Friendly Surface

SmoothSilk®/SilkSurface®. Less bacterial adhesion [5] and less friction [6] for reduced inflammation.

Surgery Pairing

MotivaHybrid®

Predictable outcomes using Motiva Implants® and fat grafts processed in this patient-focused procedure.

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FAQ

  • ANATOMICAL TRUEFIXATION® is designed to simulate the shape of a natural breast (i.e. a teardrop shape). As the only smooth anatomical implant on the market, this implant comes with fixation tabs to keep the implant in place, as well as radiopaque orientation lines and dots to guide the surgeon during placement and to verify implant position during X-ray.
  • MOTIVA® ROUND IMPLANTS provide a higher upper pole for a fuller-bodied, youthful appearance. Round implants are the most common implant shape, and are used in almost 80 percent of all breast augmentation surgeries.
  • ERGONOMIX® contains our proprietary gel known as Ultima®, which allows the implant to follow a women’s natural shape, holding a round profile when lying down and a teardrop when standing. This provides a very natural appearance and feel, especially during movement.

Breast implants are not lifetime devices. However, the life expectancy of a silicone breast implant cannot be precisely estimated or guaranteed, as there are many factors beyond the manufacturer’s control that can affect the longevity of a device.

The time period varies from patient to patient. Some patients could need replacement surgery within a few years after the primary procedure, while others can have their implants intact for 10 years or longer.

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[1] James G, Boegli L, Hancock J et al. Bacterial Adhesion and Biofilm Formation on Textured Breast Implant Shell Materials. Aesth Plast Surg. 2019 Apr; 43:490–497.
[2] Jones P, Mempin M, Hu H, et al. The functional influence of breast implant outer shell morphology on bacterial attachment and growth. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2018;142(4):837-849.
[3] Doloff J. Overcoming host rejection response to improve breast implant biocompatibility. Oral presentation at: 3rd World Symposium on Ergonomic Implants; Sep 2017; Lago di Garda, Italy.
[4] Cappellano G, Ploner C, Lobenwein S et al. Immunophenotypic characterization of human T cells after in vitro exposure to different silicone breast implant surfaces. PLoS ONE 2018;13(2):e0192108.
[5] Garth James, Ph.D., Laura Boegli, BS., John Hancock, BSME, Brian M.Kinney MD. In-vitro Testing of Bacterial Attachment and Biofilm Formation on different Breast Implant Outer Shell Surfaces. The American Association of Plastic Surgeons, 2018. Poster.
[6] Coefficient of Friction on Five (5) sets of material. Test Report PN 135607. Plastic Testing department: Akron Rubber Development Laboratory Inc. June, 2017.

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