Wednesday, 29 March 2017


  •       Liquid implants made of biocompatible materials, via microcannulas, embedded on deep anatomical planes through a minimally invasive procedure.
  •       Bioplasty can counterfeit surgery in areas such as the lips, chin, nose, hands, buttocks, thighs, calves, and penile circumference.
  •       PMMA (polymethylmethacrylate) is the most frequently used type of liquid implant, because its stable at the area in which it was applied to and no side-effects.
  •       Bioplasty techniques have been widely used and often replace surgical procedures that would provide the same effects, having the advantage of being a minimally invasive procedure.

Types of Bioplasty

  • Cheek Bioplasty (malar)
    •  Facial bioplasty can correct blemishes and enhances the cheeks
  • Buttock Bioplasty
    • Brazilian butt lift buttock bioplasty, or buttocks augmentation that can elevate and increase the glutes in a quick, simple and protected way and with fantastic outcome.
  • Jaw Line Bioplasty
    • Can create or enhance the dividing line between the face and neck.
    • Lessens tissue flaccidity, same results to those of a face-lift, especially when cheek (malar) bioplasty is included
  • Nose Bioplasty
    • To lift and make the nose thin and its tip will be much projected.
    • Patients need to wear bandaging for a period of 7 to 15 days, depending on the procedure. 
  • Calf Bioplasty
    • Suggested for those with visible small calf muscles, inequality to the rest of the body and after undergoing physical treatments and workouts, no improvements.
  • Chin Bioplasty
    • To reinforce, obtrude and correct irregular and imperfections without surgery, through a nominal invasive procedure.
  • Pectoral Bioplasty
    •  Eligible for this procedure are people who have hypotrophy of the pectoral muscles, poland syndrome or muscle asymmetry. 
    • It’s also recommended for patients who have disfigure chest muscles compare to muscles of other areas of the body and others who don’t get improvements in the development of such muscles. 

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