Thoughts on Nickel coatings? <SOLVED>
edited December 2016 in Coatings, transdermals, other implants
I'm about to purchase a nickel N52 magnet after 2 years of searching (for preferably a parylene or gold coating) so as of right now I'm just desperate to order it, however I haven't much researched Nickel coatings for implants. So my question is, are they good, and is they any general information/ tips that I should now about them?
So i recently implanted myself gold plated magnet and what if gold coating fails and i get exposed to nicel? would pus start getting formed (so quick unimplantation and all problems solved) or sarcoma would start forming (i guess sympom of that would be massive puffing up of a finger) or what?
@Zerbula, Honestly, this was just a lazy question. I was scowering all the coatings on the KJMagnets and researching them, leaving the nickel coating to last (I had an idea nickel coating was bad) so I was just being a bit lazy when I got to it!
And I'll definitely try to upload the entire odyssey!
xepicxmonkeyx Since i did magnet implantation precedure ill give ill give you few notes:
@Meanderpaul, I was going to get something like that, but I cannot find anywhere that sells it... Pharmacies etc, etc... especially in my area!
@TheGreyKnight, @Meanderpaul, I just ordered some numbing cream! Can't remember the name of the stuff though.
That's one reason that, though I'm really wanting a magnet, I am wary about coatings. I want a magnet coating that can stand up to a lot of abuse.