On this information page, we explain why doctors at Wellness Kliniek choose Motiva breast implants.

In recent years, there has been much attention on the relationship between breast implants and the development of certain diseases. These reports can understandably raise concerns among women with breast implants. At Wellness Kliniek, we understand this unease and follow the guidelines of the Dutch Health Inspectorate, Ministry of Public Health to provide the best possible information.

This choice of Motiva is based on extensive research and our commitment to the safety and satisfaction of our patients. Motiva implants are known for their innovative design and safety features, making them an excellent choice for women considering breast augmentation.

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We believe it is essential that women considering breast implants have access to clear, reliable information. That is why the doctors at Wellness Clinic offer detailed information and personal consultations to ensure that every woman can make an informed choice.

Find out more about the features of Motiva implants and read why and when the doctors at Wellness Kliniek choose Motiva or MonoBloc SoftOne breast prostheses. Our choice is made to put your safety and well-being first.

When to choose Motiva implants?

Motiva offers a wide range of sizes and shapes. The manufacturer offers different types of implants, with the best choice being tailored to the patient's needs. For example, there is a choice of drop-shaped implants (Motiva Anatomical TrueFixation Implants), round implants (Motiva Round Implants), and prostheses that shape extra well to the body (Motiva Ergonomix implants).

In addition to Motiva implants, Arion Monobloc implants are a reliable alternative. However, the range of round silicone Monobloc implants is limited to 550cc. French Monobloc implants are an excellent choice for any woman seeking breast augmentation up to 550cc. Monobloc has been on the market for 30 years with no problems. Wellness Kliniek has over 25 years of experience with Monobloc prostheses and has helped thousands of women with breast augmentation.

During a no-obligation consultation, the doctor will advise you personally which size and type of implants best suits your body and wishes.

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Are Motiva implants safe?

Motiva implants are manufactured by Establishment Labs, a company based in Alajuela, Costa Rica. Although they originate in Costa Rica, Motiva implants are available and recognised worldwide. They are approved for use in numerous countries, making them a popular choice for both plastic surgeons and patients around the world.

Motiva implants are filled with solid, highly cohesive gel. The prosthesis is designed in such a way that the risk of leakage is low.

The manufacturer gives a 10-year warranty on Motiva implants. The doctors at Wellness Kliniek have more than 5 years of experience with this brand.

Information about Motiva implants

Motiva breast implants have the following properties.

  • Moulds to the body: The filling is made of soft, cohesive gel. As a result, the prosthesis moulds well to the body for a beautiful and natural effect.
  • Choice of different shapes: teardrop, round and flexible. The new Motiva Ergonomix adapts to the body's movements.
  • Minimal risk of leakage: the clever design of Motiva prostheses ensures minimal risk of leakage.
  • Small scar: Motiva implants are highly elastic and therefore relatively easy to insert using the MIBIS technique developed by Wellness Kliniek. This requires a minimal incision and the operation takes a very short time, promoting fast recovery and a beautiful result.

What are the health risks associated with Motiva breast implants?

Breast implants are the subject of research regarding possible health risks, including a rare form of cancer known as breast implant-associated anaplastic large-cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL). BIA-ALCL is not the same as breast cancer; it is a rare form of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.

Current science suggests that the risk of developing BIA-ALCL is relatively low, but it is still considered a concern to report to women with breast implants or who are considering getting them.

Is there a recall on Motiva?

At Wellness Kliniek, you are in safe hands. This also means that we will immediately alert you personally should there be a recall on your implant. A recall of breast implants refers to the recall of implants by the manufacturer or health authorities, usually due to safety issues or defects that may affect patients' health. Although infrequent, such recalls happen when there is evidence of risks. Wellness Kliniek has never had a recall on breast implants in its +25 years of existence, and we are proud of that!