BioDesign Line

The BioDesign line has an innovative concept and offers the plastic surgeon the possibility of choosing the silicone implant according to the biotype of the patient. It takes into account the measurements of the breasts to define the basic measurement of the prosthesis.


Studies indicate that the type of implant surface can directly influence the outcome of the procedure. Silimed offers two surface options for breast implants:
superficie poliuretano


superficie texturizado


Filling Gel

Soft enough to mimic the feel of natural breast tissue, and firm enough to maintain the shape of the implant. The implants of the BioDesign line have an HSC + gel that contours the body and maintains the natural appearance.

(The lower the measured grade, the higher the consistency of the gel)

gel biodesign
selo gel HSC+


There are 5 types of implants with different profiles in the BioDesign line.


Round base and conical profile

  • Super projection
  • For high necks and young tits


Round base and spherical profile

  • Greater projection
  • For marked breasts


Round base and teardrop profile

  • Natural breast augmentation and correction
  • For reconstruction after mastectomy surgery


Oval base and anatomical profile

  • Top shaft padding
  • For tall, slim women with long, narrow breasts


Oval base and anatomical profile

  • Bottom pole padding
  • For women with short and wide breasts

Available in the surfaces:


BioDesign implants offer the best projection on the market and a perfect volume distribution x base:
Before the surgery
After placing the implants
Excessive volume action


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