1. Silicone implants safe? We think differently and they don't last a lifetime. >>

2. Cohesive implants can also rupture and leak. >>

3. Rupture: 30% ruptures within 5 years, 50% within 10 years, and 70% within 17 years >>

By repetitive movements, heavy pressure, mammography, sauna, abdominal sleep >>

MRIs of ruptured implants >>

4. Gel bleed; always (from day one) because of the porous envelope, even if completely intact >>

5. Migration: Silicone moves through the body. It is impossible to remove >>

6. Capsular contracture: One of the most common problems >>

7. Pain: Burning pain due to encapsulation, rupture, siliconomas, shifting of the implant

8. Inflammations: Infections occur occasionally and can lead to necrosis (death tissue). >>

9. Seroma: Fluid around implant. Sometimes this indicates ALCL (a type of Cancer / Non Hodgkin) >>

According the FDA every 6 months, 5 years follow up >>

10. Diseases: You can develop all kinds of diseases. Autoimmune diseases are incurable. >>

11. Cancer: ALCL: Anaplastic large cell lymphoma, a type of cancer / Non Hodgkin is associated with implants >>

12. Hypersensitivity: You can become sensitive to silicone, soon after implantation >>

13. Siliconomas: are accumulations (lumps) of silicones, which sometimes move through the body >>

14. Breastmilk: Chemicals from implants may end up in breast milk, your child can get affected. >>

15. Placenta: Compounds or its metabolites pass across the placental barrier. affecting your unborn baby. >>

16. Replacement: Implants have to be replaced every 10 years, according the FDA. >>

17. Re-operations: The numbers of re-operations are very high. >>

Most of the re-operations are required in women with a reconstruction. >>

18. Breast cancer screening: They can rupture during a mammogram >>

19. Tumors: implants can obscure the mammography image of a tumor >>

20. Suicide risks: two to three fold increased risk of suicide in women with cosmetic augmentation implants compared to the general population. >>

21. Donor: Don't become a donor!

22. Consider costs for explantation