The chip inside the prosthesis used in aesthetic breast augmentation surgery acts as a digital identity card. This chip carries information including the volume, condition, shell structure, date of manufacture, place of manufacture and serial number of the prosthesis. Thus, no matter how many years have passed since the operation performed, this information can be accessed at any time through a detector held on the chest. Secondly, we will be able to measure the temperature changes around the silicone with the help of the detector held on the chest. In this case, we will be able to detect possible surgical complications (such as intra-tissue bleeding and infection) early in the early period. The chip prosthesis is again an ergonomic form manufactured with the content called ‘super gel’. Ergonomic form breast prostheses appear as a third option, apart from round and drop form breast prostheses. The prostheses in this form are shaped according to the position of the body, for example, they take the form of drops when standing and become round when lying on their back. Thus, the natural structure of the chest is more appropriately imitated. Since it is produced with nano technology, it is said that the tissue adhesion is sufficient and the irritation rate is very low. And late-stage complications are said to be greatly reduced. In addition, the complication rate in breast augmentation surgery is very low in experienced hands. In summary, the correct prosthesis selection and the correct placement plan are only understood when the patient is examined. A different plan should be made for each patient.