Natural breasts that are large enough will also fall to the side when lying down, but there are options to consider when implants do the same. The pectoral muscle only covers the upper portion of the implant and can actually push implants down and to the side. The skin envelope is often not strong enough to resist this (plus the weight of the implants) so the tissue thins and weakens. An internal bra using SERI Scaffold, Strattice, or GalaFLEX mesh is a very good solution for this. It appears from the photos that you may benefit from a lift as well so please keep an open mind about that option.
It is not totally unusual for breast implants to fall to the side while you're lying down. If this is excessive and requires correction then correction can occur in various ways. The correction that was used in your case has not held up. I would recommend STRATTICE for your next correction.
Earl Stephenson Jr MD DDS FACS
your soft tissue envelope stretched out again. you need textured implants and an internal fixation like a mesh to make the pocket smaller and keep the implant on your chest
You had pre operative asymmetry that was never addressed in all the operations. Thus you would need additional surgery to correct. As for lateral displacement, either the lateral pocket was to large or this is the anatomic type of breasts you have. The cleavage issue goes hand and hand with the previous issue...