Hello and welcome to the forum. Thanks for your question and we are sorry you are stressed! Please know that reading x rays is not laymen's work. Your doctor that ordered the chest x ray can determine if there is something concerning and you probably shouldn't try to. Things can look unusual on an x ray when we aren't used to reading them but actually be completely normal. Your health care provider is there to alert you to concerning issues. A chest x ray does not impact implants at all nor does having implants impact the ability to get an accurate chest x ray. This includes for saline or silicone breast implants. What type do you have? If they are saline, leaking implants are not a risk. And currently, saline implants are what is typically used. Is one breast or both changing in size? That's another way to know if there is an issue with the implant. Do you feel any lumps? Do you do regular breast exams? There is one type of breast plant that has recently been linked to cancer which involves implants that have a textured surface. https://www.breastcancer.org/research-news/fda-updates-on-textured-implants-and-cancer. While there is a link, it is still very rare. Mammograms are important.
If you suffer health anxiety, perhaps talking to your doctor about this would also be beneficial for you.