Steve Haworth N55 magnets coatings? implanting 4, locations?
Hey all! New to the forum here. As for the interest in getting implants done, ive thought about it for a couple years..
I just want some opinions on what you all think about the Haworth N55's (specifically the silicone coating)
I live in Indy, and made plans with him to go out in the next 6 weeks and get 4 installed. Ive thought about locations.. Finger, Wrist, head. Couldnt really decide until now. I believe im going to do the ring finger, thumb, and 1 behind each ear ( locating the best nerve rich area )..
My big question, does anyone have issues with the haworths? My concern is the silicone coating. Ive debated waiting for the TiNs, but they of course haven't been tested for any length of time yet... So should i go with haworths, or be an experiment with the TiN..
I hope to have them last a few years.. The implants are going to cost over 1000 so you can see why id like opinions first x)
Even if you have no experience with the haworths, your experiences and thoughts are still much appreciated!!
Link to n55s
I haven't tried an M31, and I don't know of any data from people who have tried both and compared them, so this is purely conjecture on my part: I think the silicone coating has advantages in making the implant "softer" compared to the M31, which has hard/angular edges the human body generally doesn't like. I would think bumping the M31 against stuff or even just during some casual use of the finger (opening jars? Climbing?), the M31 would be less comfortable and potentially more prone to accidentally damaging surrounding tissue.
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X_x well then, carry on. I love learning, this is great. ^^
Inb4 iron nitride - diamond :3
Maybe he's changed something since the units I tested.