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Our Patient-First Approach
Everything we do is with the patient in mind. We believe innovation should be driven by what patients need and should be backed by science, high design and thorough testing.
For example, MENTOR® MemoryGel® Breast Implants were driven by the desire for a variety of looks and a more natural feel.1* Known for control and predictability, ARTOURA® Breast Tissue Expanders have been designed to provide the contoured look desired by women1. And the need for peace of mind and informed decisions gives purpose to our lifetime product replacement and support through her journey.
1*As compared to saline-filled breast implants.
Our Commitment to Safety
Patient safety has been and always will be Mentor's first priority. Mentor continues to work with industry groups, physicians, scientists and health authorities globally to monitor reports, understand risks, and help women find their unique sense of mental, social and physical well-being.
Mentor is committed to product safety. Learn how.
Mentor was founded in 1969 and has a long, proud history as a global leader in breast aesthetics. For over 30 years, our company has rooted itself in a commitment to high-quality breast implants, science-based innovations and the best results for patients. We've maintained high standards of design, testing and safety, and we've earned the respect of the breast aesthetics community worldwide for our leadership.
Being a part of the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies, we aspire to be the trusted partner in breast aesthetics among both consumers and professionals. By providing a broad range of innovation and clinical-based solutions we aim to help women maintain, enhance, and restore self-esteem and quality of life.
1. Bondurant, S., Ernster, V., and Herdman, R. Safety of Silicone Implants. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. 1999. MENTOR Worldwide LLC. MemoryGel® Clinical Study Final Report, April 2013 FDA: Update on the Safety of Silicone Gel-Filled Breast Implants (2011)Spear, S., and Jespersen, M.R., Breast Implants: Saline or Silcone? Aesthetic Surgery Journal 30(4) 557-570 2010
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