Fillers are safe
to inject on top of an implant and often times recommended after surgery to
promote the best overall results. However, check with your doctor prior to
treatment to make sure that you have had a sufficient amount of healing time.
Radiesse is the best choice for adding volume to an implant since it is thicker
and lasts longer.
Can you inject a filler on top of an implant? The answer is that you can, but with several caveats. If your implant is made from silastic, use of a filler should be fine as long as the chin area is thoroughly cleansed with hibiclens (chlorhexidine). If your implant is composed of goretex, mersilene mesh, or any other porous material, I would definitely avoid fillers in this area. Even in the most ideal of circumstances, use of a filler in the area of a previously placed implant could lead to infection, which might result in the necessity of implant removal.
Yes this can be done but there are risks of infection that could cause you to lose the implant... Just be aware of this.