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Motiva® is a tried and test brand, with scientific studies that prove its medical safety.

A 6-year prospective study shows that breast augmentation surgeries, using Motiva® Implants resulted in less than 1% of cases of implant complications such as implant rupture and late seroma. 

Moreover, Motiva® has zero cases of Breast Implant-Associated Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (BIA-ALCL). BIA-ALCL is not breast cancer. Instead, it’s a type of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma that affects the immune system.

Textured implants are shown to increase the risk of developing BIA-ALCL, as the textured surface is prone to bacteria. With Motiva®’s SmoothSilk™/SilkSurface™, it minimizes the growth of bacteria around the implant, thus reducing the risk of complications.


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Motiva®, the 6th generation breast implants, is founded through years of laboratory research, assuring safety through its innovations. That’s why we recommend Motiva® Round Implants for your breast augmentation surgery.

Motiva® Round Implants are the most preferred type of implant. It has a silicone elastomer shell with a silicone gel called the ProgressiveGel Plus™, which makes the implant 100% filled, 100% ultra-soft, and 100% form-stable. This results in a fuller cleavage and fuller breast volume, while less risk of implant rippling.

While it gives a younger-active look, Motiva® Round Implants still give the natural feel of breasts. Its patented TrueTissue Technology™ allows the gel inside the implant to move naturally. Also, Motiva® has over 500 choices of various sizes and projections, making it easier to find ones that are proportionate to your body.

Motiva® is cleared for commercial distribution in over 60 countries worldwide, including the Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, and South Korea.

Asides from its innovative medical features, Motiva® assures your safety by providing a warranty program that looks after you post-surgery.

All Motiva® Breast Implants are covered by the Always Confident Warranty®, which covers cases of rupture for the lifetime of the implant. It also comes with a Product Replacement Policy, covering Baker Grades III and IV Capsular Contracture cases, within a period of 10 years.

Furthermore, Motiva® also offers Extended Warranty Programs, such as 2Y Extended Warranty Program™. The 2Y Extended Warranty Program™ covers cases of rupture or capsular contracture Baker grades III and IV, for Motiva® Implants without Q Inside Safety Technology™. It provides replacement implants, as well as up to $1000 financial assistance for each affected implant, applicable to the cost of the revision surgery.

To know more about how you can choose Motiva® for your breast augmentation procedure, you can contact us and book a consultation now!


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Motiva® addresses the problems of previous generations of breast implants through its innovative features.

Motiva® Implants have a uniform outer surface called SmoothSilk™/SilkSurface™. It is a smooth nano-textured outer shell that’s achieved through 3D nanotechnology imprinting. Also, unlike other implants, it does not use materials such as salt and sugar crystals. The smooth outer surface minimizes the attachment and growth of bacteria around the implant. 

Furthermore, Motiva® has a BluSeal® indicator, which helps verify the presence of the protective layer surrounding the implants. This unique feature assures that the implants are 100% intact. The bluish color makes it easier to detect implant defects like gel bleed and ruptures before your operation. The BluSeal® indicator complies with the rigorous quality and safety standards of the American Society of Testing and Materials and ISO.

Lastly, Motiva® Implants have a TrueMonobloc® shell configuration, making them tensile and sturdy. This multilayer system links all implant components, including the gel, shell, and patch, creating a unified structure. As a result, it makes it easier for the implant to be inserted through a smaller incision, between 2.5cm to 3cm, without destroying the surface of the implant.