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
Our proprietary TrueFixation® system features two reinforced silicone tabs to be sutured to tissue to minimize implant rotation or sliding.
Aids implant placement and monitoring post implantation.
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  and less friction  for reduced inflammation.
Predictable outcomes using Motiva® Implants and fat grafts processed in this patient-focused procedure.
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