• Here you can find the DIRECTIONS FOR USE MOTIVA IMPLANTS

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  • Motiva® Implants Breast implants are indicated for the following procedures in female patients

      • Breast augmentation for women of at least 18 years of age, including previous augmentation to increase the breast size and revision surgery to correct or improve the result of a previous breast augmentation surgery.
      • Breast reconstruction, including previous reconstruction to replace breast tissue that has been removed due to cancer or trauma, or that has failed to develop properly due to a severe breast anomaly, as well as revision surgery to correct or improve the results of a previous breast 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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  • Information about our products is available online at MOTIVA.HEALTH

     

    Implants overview: https://motiva.health/patients-implant-overview/

     

     
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  • Breast implant surgery should not be performed in women with the following conditions:

    • Active infections anywhere in their body
    • Existing carcinoma of the breast (without mastectomy)
    • Advanced fibrocystic disease considered premalignant (without accompanying subcutaneous mastectomy)
    • Any disease clinically known to impact wound-healing ability
    • Tissue characteristics clinically incompatible with mammoplasty
    • Currently ongoing pregnancy or breastfeeding
    • Any condition – or treatment – determined by the surgeon to constitute an unjustifiable surgical risk

    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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  • Breast implant surgery, which is often performed using general anesthesia, is associated with the same risks as other invasive surgical procedures. Complications vary from patient to patient. After breast implant surgery, patients may experience the following symptoms over the first few weeks:

    • Swelling
    • Hardness
    • Discomfort
    • Itching
    • Bruising
    • Pain

    Additional potential adverse events that may occur after silicone gel-filled breast implant surgery also include:

    • Capsular contracture
    • Rupture
    • Alterations in nipple and breast sensation
    • Infection
    • Hematoma/seroma
    • Delayed wound healing
    • Implant extrusion
    • Necrosis
    • Granuloma
    • Breast tissue atrophy
    • Lymphadenopathy
    • Gel diffusion
    • Gel fracture
    • Anaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL)

    If you are unfamiliar with the previously mentioned terminology and would like to learn more, please contact your surgeon.

    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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  • Your recovery process depends on your individual case specifics and other variables. Adequately specifying a time frame of recovery is up to your surgeon. Below is brief, general information on what recovery might look like:

    • During the first 48 hours after surgery, you might have an elevated body temperature and your breasts may remain swollen and sensitive to physical contact for a month or longer. Both should fade away over time.
    • You are likely to feel tired and sore for several days following the operation.
    • You could experience a feeling of tightness in the breast area as the skin adjusts to the new breast size.
    • You should avoid any strenuous activities for at least a couple of weeks but should be able to return to work within a few days. Breast massage may also be recommended as appropriate (do not massage the area unless your surgeon specifically tells you to do so).

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

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  • Breast implants may complicate the interpretation of mammographic images by obscuring underlying breast tissue and/or by compressing overlying tissue. Prior to any examination, you should inform your imaging technician about the presence, type, and placement of your implants and to request a diagnostic mammography, rather than a screening mammography. Accredited mammography centers, technicians with experience in examining patients with breast implants, and the use of displacement techniques are needed to adequately visualize breast tissue in the implanted breast. The current recommendations for pre-operative/screening mammograms are no different for women with breast implants than for women without implants. Pre- and post-surgical mammography may be performed to determine a baseline for future routine scanning in augmentation patients.

    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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  • 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.

    If you experience pain or a change in appearance, please see your surgeon. To safeguard your health and final aesthetic outcome, it is important that you return to your plastic surgeon’s office for the follow-up evaluations they prescribe. Yearly visits are recommended to verify the device’s integrity. During the 10-year follow-up visit, your surgeon should assess whether it is advisable to remove and replace your implants.

    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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  • The Motiva® Implants that best produce a round aesthetic appearance are MOTIVA® ROUND with ProgressiveGel® Plus, which provides the highest projection and a complete filling of the upper pole.

    However, it is important to discuss your goals and implant choices in consultation with your surgeon before assuming a certain implant type is the best option for you.

     

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  • ERGONOMIX® with ProgressiveGel Ultima® are designed for women who want a breast implant that offers the most natural look and feel possible; one that even adapts to their natural movements.

    However, it is important to discuss your goals and implant choices in consultation with your surgeon before assuming a certain implant type is the best option for you.

     

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  • MOTIVA® ROUND IMPLANTS  are round implants filled with our proprietary ProgressiveGel PLUS for firmness without compromising softness. It is designed to provide the highest projection, balanced firmness, and a complete filling of the upper pole of the breast.

     

    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.

     

    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.

     

    ERGONOMIX2®  (used with JOY program) is the newest implant to join the Motiva family: Ergonomix2® comes with improved mechanical properties designed for natural movement and refined results.  Ergonomix2 follows a woman’s natural shape, holding a round profile when lying down and a teardrop when standing. 

     

    FLORA® TISSUE EXPANDER is a next-generation MRI conditional breast tissue expander, meaning it is not contraindicated during MRI screening.

    Flora Tissue expander is constructed with state-of-the-art technologies and provides women, who are undergoing two-stage breast reconstruction, safety and stability during the tissue-expansion process.

     

    GLUTEAL ARMONIC®  is a smooth-surfaced implant with a harmonic shape specifically designed for augmenting and sculpting the buttocks for a full yet natural-looking appearance.

    It is filled with ProgressiveGel® Contour, a version of our proprietary gel specially formulated to complement the relatively muscled gluteal area.

     

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  • ”Projection” or “profile” are terms used to describe how far forward a breast implant extends from your chest wall, which is a significant factor in how proportionate breasts can appear relative to the rest of the body.

     

    Round and Ergonomix Motiva® Implants exist in 4 different projections:

     

    • Mini – our lowest projection
    • Demi –moderate-low
    • Full –moderate-high
    • Corsé – our highest projection

     

    We have attached a picture for your information and you can watch a short video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZdPnvn61_gI.

    Please consult an experienced surgeon to discuss the Motiva® type, volume and projection that will achieve your desired results. 

     

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