Accurate and Precise Output, Ergonomic Performance, User-friendly
Marvelous Combination Set for Autologous
MOVAMIDTM is an
innovative, omnibearing medical device kit that meets the needs of the surgeons
fat transplantation for all purposes. Ease-of-use, ergonomics in
application define the characteristics of the state-of-the-
art device, MOVAMIDTM .
Our research team from Dermato
Plastica Beauty Co., Ltd commits to delivering proven outcomes. We have
pioneered numerous medical researches with uncompromising clinical experiments
since 2006 to make
MOVAMIDTM commercialized being possible.
Encouraging and positive clinical study results from thousands
of operations by many experienced surgeons make this medical device set reliable and
credible. In 2010, this
honored and credited respectively by the certification of ISO13485/ISO9001, CE
and mass-productions of GMP medical manufacturer.
MOVAMIDTM kit has
the recognized merits as follows for autologous fat transplantation
injection as low as 1/
Multi-Orientations 3600 multi-range adjustability in aperture of injection needle
One-Fit-All Fit almost all
.c. regular syringe (non-Luer
lock) with low expenditure
Performance Close performance in transplantation decreases chance of contamination
Easy Loading and
Unloading Load the fat-filled syringe one hand and unload the empty
syringe by pushing the
Adjustability Changeable output volume to accommodate different recipient sites
performance in handling (Right or Left-handed)
Precise and Accurate
per-Injection Steady, accurate and precise trigger-driven injection
Universal Patents Worldwide patents
approved and pending
GMP manufacturer The combo kit is
manufactured according to the GMP regulations to ensure top quality control
ISO13485 and CE
Marking Certification of ISO13485/9001 and CE Marking
Concept of Micro- Autologous Fat Transplantation (MAFT)
– Evolution of Fat Grafting
Neüber, first to reconstruct a facial defect in literature.1
Kanaval, described “fat cells are the best friend of the surgeon”.2
addressed in the annual meeting of Plastic Surgery “~55% fat graft retention
Bames, reported convincing result in fat grafting for breast augmentation.4
Illouz, advocated “liposuction” and invented related medical instruments.5
Fournier, used fat grafting to fill involuted facial tissues.6
performed fat grafting for rejuvenation of facial wrinkles and filling of
Askin, subcised to make a pocket for fat grafting.8
Nyugen, found muscle to be the best recipient site of fat grafting.9
Carpaneda postulated the survival of fat grafting will be higher and proved
experimentally when it is within 1~
from the margin.10
Coleman presented ‘Structure Fat Graft” and emphasized that each parcel must be
between 1/30~1/50 cc in
special location such as peri-orbital area.11
et al. conceptualized the MAFT (Micro-Autologous Fat Transplantation) and
demanded each injection
volume of fat should be precise, and accurate between
1/30 ~1/240 cc to secure the best results and decrease the
morbidities of fat
MAFT-Gun® multi-national patents awarded13 and
1. Neüber, F. Fetttransplantation. Zentrabl. Chir. 22: 66, 1893.
2. Kanavel, A.G. The transplantation of free flaps of fat. Surg. Gynecol. Obstet. 23: 163, 1916.
3. Peer, L.A. Loss of weight and volume in human fat grafts. Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 5: 217, 1950.
4. Bames, H.O. Augmentation mammaplasty by lipotransplant. Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 11: 404, 1953.
5. Illouz YG: Communication à la Société Francais de Chirugie Esthétique, Juin 1978, 1979.
6. Fournier P. Microlipoextraction et microlipo-injection. Rev Chir Esthet Fr 10: 36, 1985.
7. Chajchir, A. Liposuction fat grafts in face wrinkles and hemifacial atrophy. Aesthet. Plast. Surg. 10: 115, 1986.
8. Asken, S. Facial liposuction and microlipoinjection. J. Dermatol. Surg. Oncol. 14: 297, 1988
9. Nguyen, A., Pasyk, K.A., Bouvier, T.N., Hassett, C.A., and Argenta, L.C. Comparative study of survival of autologous adipose tissue taken and transplanted by different techniques. Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 85: 378,
10. Carpaneda, C.A., and Riberio, M.T. Percentage of graft viability versus injected volume in adipose autotransplants. Aesthet. Plast. Surg. 18: 17, 1994.
11. Coleman, S.R. The technique of periorbital lipoinfiltration. Oper. Tech. Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 1: 120,
12. Lin, T.M., Lin, S.D., Lai, C.S. and Chou, C.C. The treatment of nasolabial fold with free fat graft. In 2nd
academic congress of Taiwan Cosmetic Association, Taipei, 2007.
13. US patent No. 11/808611, China patent No. CN201120018Y, Taiwan patent No. M326838.