ferret "What do they do with implants when someones buried/cremated? i cant see burning or burying them to be a good idea!
thats a genuine wondering not just me being insensitive'
No you must never bury a breast implant. While most products of decay move downward, due to gravity, certain materials such as nitrates, and silicones, can move upward (it's due to capillary action). Neglecting to remove a breast implant before burial can result in unwanted extra mounds appearing over the grave. Most funeral directors know this, and routinely remove implants before burial. Most keep a whole room full of extracted implants, which they play with when business is slow. Some are donated to the Salvation Army. Others are donated to Goodwill Industries, which cleans them up, repairs any defects, and sells them in thrift shops at a fraction of the original cost.