The Adjustable Gel Implants Spectra


The adjustable gel implant represents a totally new concept in breast implant design. It was developed by Dr Becker in 2006.

The implant is essentially a gel implant, the inner lumen may be left empty or filled up to 20% for enhanced projection. This is the first adjustable implant that does not require any saline to be added if necessary and has greater volume flexibility.

Another unique feature is that scalloping is not seen on overexpansion.


The fill tube can be removed with no saline added or up to 20% saline added.



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Currently Under Development


Three Options for Filling adjustable Implants

Intra Operative