I Think I'm Missing Something
So I've read the wiki (very interesting and plan on using the materials provided) however there's a few things I'm still not clear on.
For one thing, why only do 1 layer of bio-proofing? Why would two or three layers of biocompatible materials not be the Gold Standard.
Secondly, I've seen multiple people say that theres always a chance of rejection even if the coating is perfect. If everything that the body is exposed to is inert, what's there for the body to reject.
Lastly, just out of curiosity, whats truly the worst-case-scenario. What if you were to implant a magnet entirely exposed and it was to dissolve. I'm obviously not planning on attempting this, but I haven't seen an answer on the forum as of yet.
- Old account, first post. I've been using the forum just to lurk and learn on for a while but haven't even logged on yet as I didn't think that I got cleared to have an account. While I'm new to posting and I'm no expert I wouldn't say I'm illiterate, and I'm eager to learn and I'm excited to try to help the community and our collective knowledge in any way that I can .-