Get to know More About Motiva Breast Surgery

When it comes to getting a breast augmentation surgery, motiva breast implants are, by far, one of the best options, suitable for anyone who desires to go a few breast sizes up.

Motiva breast surgery is all about achieving a bigger, yet natural looking breasts without compromising the whole proportions of the body, keeping a nice, clean body shape complimented by a nice chest.


This surgery is very similar to any other breast augmentation procedure, with the only difference being the mammary implants. Unlike a regular breast surgery, this one offers a different kind of breast implants.

The motiva breast implants are designed to make your whole chest look as natural as possible, giving you a natural more tear-drop shape from the beginning, instead of a rounded one.

Implementing a teardrop breast implant, patients are able to achieve a bigger chest size, while also keeping the original shape of the breast, which looks similar to a tear drop (hence the name of the implant)

How is the motiva breast surgery procedure done

The procedure is somewhat similar to a regular breast surgery, meaning the implant goes into the body through a small incision made by the armpit or right by the areola.

However, the elasticity and great material of the motiva breast implants allows it to slip through the incision in a smoother, faster way than regular breast implants, allowing for a better positioning, and an easy-going surgery.

This surgery is quick and almost non-invasive, since the incisions are usually very small and almost unnoticeable after they are completely healed. Meaning you will get a perfect set of breast without having to deal with any kind of scars.

Important information:

  • The surgery lasts about one to two hours (tops) and it is considered a standard procedure.
  • You will be put under general anesthesia throughout the whole surgery.
  • Hospitalization is required, which means you’ll have to stay overnight after your surgery is done.
  • Recovery time goes from one to two weeks, in which the doctor will remove the remaining stitches from your operation.