Yeah I don't know why they're pushing the silicone implants again. Do you think it's because the makers of them realized it's another way to expand their market.
Maybe the women that didn't like the saline will try silicone or maybe women with saline implants will want to buy the new silicone ones instead. That has to be the reasoning behind why they're happening all over again because I see no other purpose of pushing unsafe silicone implants again.
Another dangerous thing is the manufacturer tells women how often to replace silicone breast implants. They say every 10 years but that's kind of like your oil. The manufacturer tells you every 3,000 mi but who really sticks to that?
Everyone pushes it. People with either be going to long and having their implants show their age OR they are exposed to the 1% to 2% chance their silicone breast implants will leak in the first 10 years anyway just because of damage when they were put in or wear and tear.
Even if you stick to the replacement schedule it's still not safe. I don't see any point in all this.