This can occur when an implant has been used that’s too wide for a woman’s chest. It’s also more common with smooth implants and implants that are placed above the muscle. What happens is the implant moves with gravity and in accordance with the contour of your chest, which for most women means they move too far apart. Correction of this problem involves removing and replacing your implants, creating a new pocket, particularly if your implants was subglandular, and then internal bra techniques, either using the existing capsule or the introduction of the mesh or some type of dermal substitute. This is really complex surgery, so make sure you see someone who’s familiar with this type of revision. There are cases on our website under the topic “Breast Reshaping” where you can see some of the examples that we’ve done.