This article doesn't exactly say anything we don't know—that women who get breast implants are signing up for a world of medical procedures that no one can predict—but it's nice to see a major newspaper reporting on it (though, of course, as with so many things relating to The Women, it's in the Styles section rather than where it belongs, in Health).
Choice quote: " 'Women are used to having their hair or nails done on a regular basis to maintain their appearance,' said Dr. Jewell, who has conducted clinical trials for both implant manufacturers and is a consultant for Allergan, the manufacturer behind the ads running in Elle. 'Ultimately, breast implants may also be a matter of maintenance.' "
Yes, because having foreign objects surgically implanted in your body is totally comparable to getting your nails painted.