Our implants for men.

Men

Groupe SEBBIN offers a full range of high quality silicone implants for male surgery. For 30 years, our company has been continually innovating and developing the widest possible range of implants to meet the requirements of men.

Testicular implants

Testicular cancer represents between 1 and 2% of male cancers and is the most common in men aged between 15 and 35. Just like women in breast reconstruction surgery, a testicular implant allows men who have undergone removal of a testicle to reconstruct themselves both from a cosmetic and a psychological point of view.

 

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Gluteal implants

Well-known in Brazil for over 20 years from a cosmetic point of view, these implants have been introduced in France from some years, both for cosmetic and reconstructive purposes. Our company recommends the use of gluteal implants by surgeons who are trained in this operating technique.


Round Biconvex Anatomical

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Biconvex gluteal implant

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Anatomical gluteal implant

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Calf implants

Used mainly in repair and reconstruction, these implants can also be used from a cosmetic point of view to give shape to calves that are considered too thin.

 

Calf Insertion pocket

Calf

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Calf pocket 

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Tissue expanders

Our company has developed a wide range of shapes and sizes to suit all types of tissue augmentation surgery.


Rectangular Round Anatomical

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Anatomical skin expander

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Crescent Kidney shape Cylindrical

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Kidney shape skin expander

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Facial implants

Groupe SEBBIN extends its range of silicone implants with its facial implants: chin and malar implants to be used in aesthetic improvement of the chin or the cheekbones.

 

Short chin Long chin Round malar Anatomical malar

 Chin implants 

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  Long chin implant 

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 Round malar implant 

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 Anatomical malar implant 

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