GC Aesthetics® Surgical Solutions
We are proud to have over 40 years of experience to be Surgeon’s choice across 70+ countries, to have over 3.000.000 implants fitted in the last 10 years.
HydroCone™, the GCA® breast implant delivery system that can help you to achieve a better outcome, by optimizing your time during surgery and reducing risk of complications² ³ ⁴ ⁵.Discover more
GCA® Breast Implants
Backed by years of continuous research and development, GC Aesthetics® offers a comprehensive range of silicone implants for breast aesthetic and reconstructive surgery.Discover more
Available in both textured and smooth surface, the IMPLEO™ round breast implant, was designed to meet surgeon unmet needs. It features ultra-cohesive yet soft, form stable 6th generation gel.¹.
The novel Round Breast Implant with (r)evolutionary BioQ™ - Surface technology and highly cohesive Emunomic™ Breast Tissue Dynamic Gel. It has a unique smooth opaque surface and highly cohesive gel with an exclusive formulation in a large range of sizes and projections.¹
The Round Collection™
Available in both microtextured and smooth surface, The Round Collection™ is supported by 10-year safety data. Proven to be high quality, safe round breast implants. The Round Collection™ provides a wide range of products, including two types of gel cohesivity, and four different projections - from low to extra-high.¹.
The first breast implant on the market under the latest Medical Device Regulation (MDR)1, Luna XT™, is an industry-leading innovation to meet the needs of both surgeons and patients in breast reconstruction procedures. The implant technology fulfils all the rigorous standards required for medical devices and has reliable long-term performance.
The anatomical breast implant with textured surface and cohesive yet soft gel. Offers a variety of sizes and volumes to adapt to surgeon and patient needs. It’s technology includes tapered edges for less visibility and palpability.¹.
Meet our GCA® Body Implants
We are proud to have over 40 years of experience to be Surgeon’s choice also for body implants. These can be intended to replace missing body parts, body functions or provide support to tissues. Patients can look and feel better with a perfectly proportioned body.Discover more
Meet FixNip™ NRI
FixNip™ NRI: The Nipple and Areola Reconstruction ImplantDiscover more
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2. Newman & Davison (2018). Effect of Keller Funnel on the Rate of Capsular Contracture in Periareolar Breast Augmentation. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Global open, 6(6), e1834. https://doi.org/10.1097/GOX.0000000000001834.
3. Flugstad, N.A. et al (2016). Does Implant Insertion with a Funnel Decrease Capsular Contracture? A Preliminary Report Nicholas. Aesthetic Surgery Journal. 26 (5). 550-556.
4. Montemurro, P. et al (2020). Controllable factors to reduce the Rate of Complications in Primary Breast Augmentation: Review of the Literature. Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
5. Montemurro, P. et al (2019). Implant insertion time and incision length in breast augmentation surgery with the Keller Funnel: Results from a comparative study. Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. 43; 881 – 889.