Over the past decade Sebbin have launched an average of 2 new products per year, covering all specialities of plastic surgery.
Latest generation implant surface
Sebbin has developed a brand new surface for the shells of their latest generation breast implants. This surface has very low roughness and is therefore classified as “smooth” by the international ISO standard. A recent clinical study involving several hundred patients, published in a major international journal, has shown that this new surface is associated with a very low capsular contractures rate.1
Fat Washer 800
The Fat Washer 800 is a patented medical device designed for harvesting and processing large volumes of fat for body contouring procedures.
The device allows for a unique fat processing technique, called “micronization”.
The Fat Washer’s tubing system is compatible with almost all existing suction equipment available within the hospital. The Fat Washer 800 is a sterile, disposable and closed-circuit unit allowing the surgeon to perform the surgery with complete patient’s safety.
« Talmant » nasal stent
After a surgical nose reconstruction a patient can experience retraction of the nostrils which are the result of scarring. This retraction can diminish the aesthetic and functional results which were originally achieved during surgery.
In order to provide a solution to this problem, Sebbin and Doctor Talmant (a world expert in nose reconstruction) have developed a silicone nostril shaper. Used for a few weeks or months after surgery, it allows to preserve the shape of the nostril during the healing phase, and thus maintain the asthetic results obtained during the surgery. A recent study has shown that this device is particularly well tolerated by patients.2
- Manero I, Rodriguez-Vega A, Labanca T. Combined Breast Reduction Augmentation. Aesthetic Plast Surg. 2019;43(3):571-81.
- Hennocq Q, Person H, Hachani M, Bertin H, Corre P, Gorbonosov V, et al. Quality of life and nasal splints after primary cleft lip and nose repair: Prospective assessment of information and tolerance. J Craniomaxillofac Surg. 2018;46(10):1783-9.