Implants materials

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Monday May 14th, 2012 @ 1:14 AM

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I’m interested in the use of some materials for implants, such as: actual pearls, coral, gold, porcelain and precious stones as diamonds. Is it possible to use them for implants? Where can I research about that?

Thank you very much!!

The only thing that should be inserted under the skin for a ‘3d implant’ is silicone. Any other material is either going to have a too high durometer (hardness) and cause discomfort or problems during healing.

Although in theory you can coat (or encase) other materials in silicone (or raw if they are bio-compatible) - its not a good idea for the long term comfort and well being of an implant.

Your best bet would be to find a body modification artist that can sit down with you and figure out exactly what you want to achieve from the implants, however I would very strongly suggest to stick with silicone as you can’t actually see anything under the skin anyway.

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