Revision needed? Pocket? Bottom out? (Photos)
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Revisions only needed if you want to change things
and it appears your implants do fall to the side a lot. Your texturing isn't really helping here. An exam would be needed to evaluate the dimple you mention and to determine what the cause is but without thinning of your skin, its likely just the implant edge that you feel. If you want your implants more medial when on your back, you will need a revision that is challenging to predict outcome, can hurt a lot, and requires 24/7 use of a cut out bra for 6-8 weeks. So its a long road if you want to correct that. Some surgeons use artificial materials to help shore up the lateral pocket and their recovery may be different from what I've described. Otherwise, if you can live with it and the overall appearances, do nothing until a real problem develops.
Lateral implant displacement
Your implants are relatively large and larger implants tend to have more issues than smaller ones--particularly gravity related issues as well as others (bottoming out, lateral displacement, skin thinning, rippling etc.)
Your implants look good when up front. This lateral displacement you are seeing is simply stretching of the implant pocket from the weight of the breast implant when you are lying on your back.
Wearing a supportive bra after a breast augmentation is important to maintaining a long lasting result. If you wear a bra at night that keeps your implants up front this will not happen to the same degree.
Having said all of the above, I believe your results are quite good and that you should be as excited now as you were originally. It is really helpful if you take a look at your original pictures!
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