Since the first reported case in 1997, over 600 women with breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BI ALCL) have been reported. BI ALCL is a CD30-positive T-cell lymphoma that carries clonal T-cell receptor gene rearrangements, and a subset of cases harbors mutations in the JAK-STAT signaling pathway. Rarely, other histologic types of lymphoma have been reported in association with breast implants, including fewer than 10 cases of B-cell origin. Here, we describe three additional patients with B-cell lymphoma occurring around breast implants. Two of these patients developed extranodal marginal zone lymphoma in the peri-implant capsule, one of which had a concurrent ALCL within the superficial lining of the capsule. The third patient presented with diffuse large B-cell lymphoma inside the breast parenchyma surrounding her implant. Determining the etiology and risk factors for the development of B-cell lymphomas associated with breast implants remains challenging, given the wide spectrum of histologic features and the rarity of these neoplasms. Ultimately, we document three new cases of B-cell lymphoma arising around breast implants and highlight their clinical and pathologic features in order to expand our understanding of this rare disease presentation.Copyright © 2020 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.