There are several blogs on the internet and women magazines that bask about provoke women’s to undergo breast implant surgery through enticing advertisements and most of the women literally fall for such surgeries neglecting the possible  risk factors that are included in it.  Many well known experts and regulators have various views on the shelf life of the implant and the possible health complications that can be caused due to a breast implant surgery.

The implants now at the centre of a worldwide health scare came from the now-defunct French company Poly Implant Prothese (PIP) and appear to have an abnormally high rupture rate. That risk, though typically low, is present in all implants.

The first woman to have silicone breast implants was in 1962 in the United States. Since then, between 5 and 10 million women worldwide, including an estimated 1.5 million to 2.5 million in the United States, have had breast implant surgery.

Although silicone implants are considered the more natural-looking option because they are more likely to appear and feel like real breasts, safety concerns have dogged them for years. With the developments in the breast implant surgery  more and more women are opting for breast implant surgeries neglecting the risk factor related to  the silicone implant surgery.