Yes, breast implants can be removed through a surgical procedure called explantation. This procedure involves removing the breast implant and any scar tissue that may have formed around it. The procedure can be performed for a variety of reasons, including if the patient is experiencing complications such as implant rupture or capsular contracture, or if the patient is simply no longer happy with the appearance of their breasts. It’s important to note that removing the implant may result in changes to the shape and size of the breasts, and additional procedures such as a breast lift may be needed to achieve the desired outcome. It’s important to discuss the risks and benefits of breast implant removal with a qualified plastic surgeon.