Breast Augmentation - Flipped submuscular implantI Underwent breast augmentation surgery almost three years ago, a little over a week ago when I was moving some boxes to the storage one of my implants flipped. It does not hurt in anyway, but the difference is quite noticeable. Is it possible to flip it back by myself? Just to be clear I have submuscular implants, I’ve seen it’s possible with subglandular but nothing on submuscular unfortunately

It reasonable to attempt to manually manipulate the implant back into position. But if it's that easy to flip back into the correct position, it may also flip again. If you're unsuccessful, seek out your surgeon. They may have to surgically correct it but it may also be an opportunity for any other revisions you've considered (larger or smaller implants). Best of luck.

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