The nipple forms the focal point of the breast mound and together with the areolar complex forms an integral part to the aesthetics of the female breast.
Nipple-areolar size can be adjusted with surgery and this may be combined with augmentation surgery to keep the scar to a minimum. Inverted nipples may affect both nipples and may occur after breast-feeding this can be corrected with non-surgical and surgical measures.
Nipple Correction is performed for the following reasons:
- Inverted Nipples
- Large Nipple Areolar-Complex (NAC)
- Post Breast surgery
- As part of a breast reconstruction post mastectomy
The procedure will be illustrated in detail and you will be given a detailed instruction sheet on expected post-operative course and potential complications during your consultation. It is recommended that you are a stable weight for at least 3-6 months to obtain the best possible results. It is advised to stop smoking at least 6 weeks before and after surgery.