The support you can trust.

To ensure the peace of mind of patients, Sebbin is happy to offer a long-term warranty program covering its entire range of breast implants pre-filled with silicone gel.

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Warranty conditions


Sebbin is committing to the free replacement of its breast implants presenting a rupture or capsular contracture 1 for the life of the implant 2 from the date of implantation;

No registration is requested to benefit from Sebbin warranty. The registration automatically takes effect when the mammary implants are placed. Your surgeon will give you your personal patient booklet with all the information about your implants.

Contact your surgeon if you have any questions about the warranty of your implants. He / She will be able to advise you, answer your questions and provide you with the resources that may be useful to you.

This warranty is only applicable in the country where the initial intervention took place.

Reimbursement options

Breast implants can be reimbursed by health insurance organizations, in certain situations and under certain conditions: enquire about the possible coverage options with your country’s health organization.

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Rigorous continuous assessments, a guarantee of quality

Sebbin is currently carrying out 9 French and international clinical studies, covering more than 3,000 patients who have benefited from our medical devices.
Sebbin is notably the promoter of the largest international multicenter prospective study on the 10-year follow-up of a cohort of more than 900 patients. The study, which involves breast implants pre-filled with silicone gel, is being carried out in 15 private or university medical facilities across Europe.
The clinical evaluation of our products is carried out by independent surgeons.

  1. Grade III / IV[]
  2. According to report EC 15-0200, Sebbin evaluated the average lifespan of its pre-filled with silicone gel breast implants at 10 years. “A 10-Year Prospective Study of Implant-Based Breast Augmentation and Reconstruction”, Robert El-Haddad, MD, Béatrice Lafarge-Claoue, MD, Charles Garabedian, MSc, and Sylvain Staub, MD[]