On October 3-5, surgeons and researchers educated delegates on ergonomic implants at the fifth world symposium hosted by manufacturer Motiva Implants.
The event took place in Lake Garda in Italy and delegates learnt through a cadaver workshop about the latest techniques and tools in regard to reconstructive breast surgery.
Practitioners learnt about Motiva breast implants and how they compare to other implant surfaces on the market. They also learnt how to select the right implant type for each patient from the range available in the Motiva product portfolio, plus how to adapt surgical techniques and processes to achieve the best possible surgical outcomes with the implants.
Presentations included the evolution of breast surgery, best practices in breast implant imaging, video surgery, breast reconstruction, understanding complications and much more.
Douglas Black, UK commercial manager of Motiva Implants said, “It’s a pleasure to return to beautiful Lago Di Garda, Italy for the fifth consecutive year to host what has become a world-class educational event focused on next-generation ergonomic implants.”
He continued, “We had the pleasure of hosting our biggest world symposium on ergonomic implants yet. Together we have innovated and pushed new technologies to the mainstream with one purpose: to improve women’s health. We had some fantastic presentations and everyone who attended had the opportunity to take something away that will benefit their practice.”