While breast implants don’t come with an expiry date, they are not necessarily expected to last a lifetime. As a medical device, they will probably require changing a couple times during your lifetime because of factors like age, or because of the changes that occur when pregnant or while breastfeeding.
We recommend that you go for regular check-ups with your surgeon, so that he can check your implants for any possible problems that may arise. As part of the procedure, your surgeon may advise a breast ultrasound which is used for breast implant evaluation.
Fortunately, implant rupture rates are pretty low and you should only use high-quality implants that are sourced from reputable suppliers with a good reputation. The surgeon should offer a lifetime guarantee against implant rupture as well.