Motiva Implants® is the 6th generation of breast implants that’s available in Malaysia. With years of scientific research and testing, Motiva® has come up with innovative features addressing issues that previous generations of implants faced. This results in producing breast implants that give natural aesthetic breast augmentation results with optimum safety.

One of the unique offerings by Motiva® is the Ergonomix® Implant. Ergonomix® gives the natural look and feel to the breast. It also follows the movement of the breast, giving a round shape when lying down and turning to a sloped anatomical shape when standing up. Moreover, it can achieve minimal scarring of up to 2.5cm for surgeons that are trained under Motiva®.

Motiva Implants® are also found to have low complication rates, including rare cases of capsular contracture, rupture, seroma, and BIA-ALCL. Motiva® has also placed over 1,600,000 breast implants worldwide[1]. Now, Motiva® is available in Malaysia!

[1] Establishment Labs. Post-Market Surveillance Report. Q4, 2020


SmoothSilk®/ SilkSurface®

Motiva Implants® shell consists of a smooth nanotextured surface called SmoothSilk®/SilkSurface®. Achieved through 3D nanotechnology imprinting, the surface allows optimized biocompatibility and minimizes tissue reactivity and growth of biofilm around the implant.

It results in an easier insertion process and minimizes the risk of complications such as double capsule, late seroma, and BIA-ALCL.



In 3-years follow-up published data, SmoothSilk® , an advanced smooth surface with cues at a cellular scale, presented a rate of less than 1% of capsular contracture1 .

Capsular contracture are historically associated with traditional smooth implants and several complication linked to chronic inflammation are observed with Macrotextured surfaces which may results in displacement2, late complications and even malignancy3.

SmoothSilk surface promotes an optimal response,4,5 which reduces the risks of chronic inflammatory complications6 by regulating the activities of the cells involved with inflammatory and fibrotic response4,5,7.


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