A leading global breast implant manufacturer has today announced the launch of two exciting new products in South Korea. GC Aesthetics, which aims to become the number one breast implant manufacturer in the world, is hoping to build upon its existing success by introducing Eurosilicone’s The Matrix and The Round Collection to the flourishing South Korean market.
GC Aesthetics, is the parent company of both the UK’s only breast implant manufacturer, Nagor, and French brand, Eurosilicone. It has teamed with one of the leading pharmaceutical companies in Korea, the prestigious CKD, who will distribute the new collections nationwide. The launch events will be led by world-renowned Professor Per Hedén, who is known for having developed innovative new techniques when working with breast implants, alongside Dr. Han-jo Kim, a plastic surgeon from South Korea, who trained at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan, New York and now practises at Eight Plastic Surgery Clinic in Seoul.
Eurosilicone developed The Matrix range of implants for patients who prefer an anatomical (teardrop-shaped) implant. The range offers 102 variations, giving the patient a wide choice of possible looks. The Round Collection, to be launched at the same time, comes in 219 variations, including a choice of both shells and gels.
All GC Aesthetics implants have a ParagelGard 360-degree Barrier Layer, which is designed to minimise any gel ‘bleeding’, and the cohesive gel aims to ensure that in the unlikely event of a rupture, the gel will not migrate.
GC Aesthetics’ Chief Executive, Ayse Kocak, who is the industry’s first-ever female CEO, says:
“Korea is a very important market for GC Aesthetics, and one that we are, and always have been, extremely excited about. We are delighted to be working alongside a partner as distinguished as CKD, and are equally as pleased to have the opportunity and honour of launching the collections with Professor Hedén and Dr. Han-jo Kim.”