Description of the procedure::

Breast augmentation is a common procedure. However, as with any other surgery, potential risks should always be discussed with a surgeon. Before each treatment, the doctor conducts an accurate interview with the patient in order to know the expectations about the appearance and size of breasts. The proper and accurate measurement is also important in order to properly match the implants and determine the desired aesthetic result.

During the surgery, no pain is felt because general anaesthesia is used. The doctor performs cuts, creating in the breast tissue a special pocket in which the implant is placed. After placing the implant, the cut is sewn.

Motiva Matrix Implants consist of a filling material – a soft, stable form gel and a silicone coating, specially designed to increase their durability.

100% filled Motiva Ergonomix Implants, shaped to fit after implantation in such a way as to obtain a natural appearance of anatomical implants, thus minimizing complications. TrueTissue Technology is a combination of a specialised, elastic outer elastomeric coating and special rheological properties of the ProgressiveGel Ultima gel, which – together with gravity – transfer the maximum projection point to the bottom of the breast in a standing position. When the patient is lying on her back, the implants will behave like natural breasts – the maximum projection point will then move closer to the centre of the breast. Motiva Ergonomix Implants together with gravity adjust to the patient’s position to provide a very natural effect.

Post-treatment recommendations::

After the surgery and putting on dressings, the patient can return home. During the first 48 hours after the procedure, increased body temperature is possible. Soreness and swelling can be felt for a few weeks. During the first 7 days after the procedure, it is advisable to limit physical effort.  Driving a car about 2 days after the procedure is not recommended.

Time of incapacity for work::

There are no contraindications for an immediate return to work. Depending on the patient’s individual feelings, absence at work may last from 1 to 10 – 14 days.

Duration of the procedure: 2.5 hours
Type of anaesthesia: analgosedation (in the presence of an anaesthesiologist)
Required tests:

Results of laboratory tests needed for conducting anesthesia

●Blood morphology

●Blood coagulation system ( APTT, INR, PT )

●Electrolytes ( Na+, K+)


●ALAT, AspAt

• Creatinine

• Urea

●In case of thyroid disease : ○TSH ○fT4 ○fT3 ●EKG

●RTG- chest, not older than 1 year



●Anti-HCV .

Breast USG

Time of stay in the clinic: not required
Contraindications to the procedure: Active cancerous disease, breast inflammation, pregnancy