It went further to the center as long as it did not push the one to the right out of place don’t worry.
If you want to this is an easy fix but not needed in my opinion (I am a professional electrician).
There are screws that hold that face plate in position. Remove the lower screws first when you only have the top 2 left press in on that cover to hold it in place and remove the last 2 screws.
Pull the cover (called a dead face away) set it down.
Turn that breaker off then pry the handle towards the left and out they just snap out.
It may slide at this point prior to pulling out.
Look around at the wires if you see burned insulation let us know with another photo, if every thing looks good carefully put the panel cover back on I usually do the top 2 screws first opposite of removal put all the screws in make sure the breakers are all on some times you bump one and it will trip to the off position.
Always move a tripped breaker fully to the off position and back to on. Most when bumped or turned off will go to off but a light pull to off then it should move easily to the on position.
Give it a try, don’t touch any of the wires going into the main or any breaker these are the hots, I am sure there will be a U tube video on replacing a breaker if you want to watch it but it is a simple job you can do if you want but it is fine.