Breast implants like all other implants such as pacemakers, defibrillators, catheters, shunts, artificial blood vessels, heart valves, artificial joints etc are dependent on our body's ability to tolerate them and NOT INFECT THEM (not the other way around).
Remember - each one of these implants comes out of sterile packaging which contains NO living organisms. Once it is in the body, whatever floats in our blood vessels can reach the implant, attach to it and "seed" it.
We have long known that deformed heart valves are more prone to becoming infected and that is why we treat some people with heart murmurs (as well as many people with various implants) with a dose of antibiotics before procedures that cause bacteria to appear in the blood stream (dental procedures, catheter placements etc).
In your case, the ever present pseudomonas is not as lethal (unless your immunity is suppressed) as it is persistent and hard to eradicate.
Placing ANY implant in you, would have a higher rate of failure since your blood frequently contains this bacteria. It may easily attach itself to the implant resulting in an infection that could not be eradicated without the removal of the implants.
Sorry to disappoint you. I hope this was helpful.