When you look at this image of 4 completely different breast implants, can you definitively tell which are the older vs. which is the oldest breast implant? Can you figure out which of these four ruptured breast implants is 28, 10, 4 & 2 years old?
Surgeons and pharmaceutical companies aggressively market the newer models of breast implants as being much more cohesive and “like a gummy bear” when they rupture so that they are allegedly “safer.” (I disagree)
If this is possible and we know the shell and gel contain heavy metals and known carcinogens, how could anyone possibly suggest this is without consequence to women’s health? (Want to know more read the Summary of Safety & Effectiveness Data documents).
Another little tidbit: Did you know that breast implant testing to toxicity among other thin...