• Gluteal implants cards



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  • Dear 


    Thank you for contacting us, and congratulations on your Motiva Implants!


    In order to register your implants, please go to https://motiva.health/motivaImagine/ and create/log into your account.


    You can use the Serial Number (SN) and the Validation Code (VC).

    The SN has 10 digits in the format is 00000000-00. Remember that each SN is unique. If you use the SN, you also need the VC, which is the number or letter that you can find on the right of your sticker.

    Please refer to this image where to find it.



    Please try again considering these tips, and let us know if you are able to complete your registration. 


    If you have any additional issues, please send us a picture of your implant card and a video of your process to be able to help you. 

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  • You can find the directions for use here

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  • GlutealArmonic® is intended for aesthetic or reconstructive volumetric augmentation of the gluteal area for patients of at least 18 years of age and is indicated:

    • To correct congenital or acquired gluteal deformities, or gluteal asymmetry
    • To enhance the aesthetic appearance of the gluteal area in patients that are dissatisfied with its size/shape
    • To correct or improve the result of a previous gluteal augmentation/reconstruction surgery

    For more information, please refer to your Directions for Use document received with your Motiva® product and our INFORMATION FOR THE PATIENT document.

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  • GlutealArmonic® implants are not lifetime devices. However, the life expectancy of a silicone gluteal implant cannot be precisely estimated, 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 few years after the primary procedure while others can have their implants intact for 10 years or longer. Therefore, the life expectancy of the implant cannot be guaranteed. For safety, as well as the most beautiful and healthy outcome, it is important that the patient returns to their plastic surgeon's office for follow-up evaluation every month within six months after the surgical procedure and yearly for the first 10 years. During the 10-year follow-up visit the surgeon will assess whether or not it is advisable to remove and replace the implants.

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