Implants do not affect the ability of a diver to descend deep.
Becasue if a SCUBA diver didn't go underwater, they really wouldn't be a SCUBA diver. SCUBA stands for Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus.
Scuba diver descends or ascends using proper buoyancy control by inflating/deflating his/her scuba BCD (Buoyancy Compensator device)
So that the scuba diver could go more streamline in the water.
This depends on what you are doing. Usually you need to take an advanced diver course if you are wreck or cave diving.
I think you mean BUSEAR, which means to go scuba diving. El buseo = scuba diving. Buseador = scuba diver.
Diver's use an aqualung when they go scuba diving.
The certification levels for PADI (Professional Association of Dive Instructors) are as follows: *Junior Open Water Diver---minimum age of 10 and the diver cannot go below 45 feet *Basic Open Water Certification--minimum age of 12 and the diver can go to the safe distance of 132 feet *Advanced Open Water Certification--minimum age of 15 *Rescue Diver--minimum age of 18 *Divemaster *Scuba Instructor--the diver is licensed to certify other divers. There are also many specialty courses that one can take, such as wreck diving, deep diving, nitrox diving, search and recovery, and underwater photography.
They will get the "bends" and need then to go into a compression chamber.
"Scuba scooter" is usually just slang for a diver propulsion vehicle (or DPV). It is basically like a torpedo with handles that a diver can ride. It enable the diver to go further, faster and using less air (because she gets less tired from swimming).
As a beginning diver, you will be certified in an open water course. Upon completion, the diver is cleared to go down 60 ft. It is advisable to get more training such as a deep diver certification if you wish to go farther. The recreational limit is 130 ft. with proper training. Personally, I like 30 ft. depth in the Caribbean waters.