NIPPLE CORRECTION SURGERY CORRECTS THE SHAPE AND SIZE OF NIPPLES OR AREOLAE IN BOTH MEN AND WOMEN.

Inverted nipples, enlarged nipples or widened areolae are a remarkably common concern. Nipple or Areola Correction Surgery can have excellent aesthetic results and can usually be carried out under local anaesthetic as a day case or outpatient procedure. It is sometimes performed alongside other surgery, such as a breast augmentation.

 
 
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key treatment areas

Nipple Correction surgery targets nipple inversion, enlarged nipples and widened areolae, and is suitable for both men and women.

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Fulvio’s Advice

Before considering undergoing cosmetic surgery it is vital to form a rapport with your surgeon. I like to meet twice before surgery so you can ask all the questions you’ve thought of between meetings, and schedule regular routine postoperative checks to ensure your ultimate outcome is as good as it can be.

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Aftercare

The procedure is relatively minor and most patients are able to return to their usual activities straight away. The sutures used will either dissolve or need to be removed at 2 weeks. I also recommend the use of a suction device, such as the Nipplette, to reduce the risk of recurrence of nipple inversion.

 

PROCEDURE STATS


 
 
 

WHAT THEY’RE SAYING


 
 
Thank you so very much for my operation and all the care that I received. You are an expert with in your field, I feel exceptionally lucky that you were my surgeon. My experience is nothing short of outstanding. You have an exceptional bedside manners are kind and a good sense of humour to boot.
— patient letter
 
 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


 

WHAT DOES NIPPLE CORRECTION SURGERY INVOLVE?

Inverted nipples result from unusually shortened milk (lactiferous) ducts, which are cut in order to bring the nipples back out. Areola reduction involves a scar around the edge of the areola, and nipple reduction (either shortening or narrowing) leaves a scar on the nipple itself.

ARE THERE ANY RISKS WITH THE NIPPLE CORRECTION PROCEDURE? +

The most important thing to be aware of is that it is unlikely you would be able to breastfeed following inverted nipple correction. If that is a potential concern then you should defer surgery until after you have breastfed your children. Other risks include a visible scar, infection, recurrence and further surgery. Please discuss this with your surgeon.

WILL I BE LEFT WITH ANY SCARS AFTER NIPPLE CORRECTION? +

Inverted nipples result from unusually shortened milk (lactiferous) ducts, which are cut in order to bring the nipples back out. Areola reduction involves a scar around the edge of the areola, and nipple reduction (either shortening or narrowing) leaves a scar on the nipple itself.

WHAT IS RECOVERY LIKE FROM NIPPLE CORRECTION? +

Analgesia (pain relief) - Ibuprofen and paracetamol can be taken. Surgical skin tapes should be left in place until the wound check and replaced as necessary thereafter. After inverted nipple correction I recommend the use of a suction device, such as the Nipplette, to reduce the risk of recurrence of nipple inversion. This should be used from 3 weeks after surgery for a total of two months. At first you should wear it as comfort permits, quickly building up to 8 hours per day 7 days per week.

 
 

PRICING


£1200- £1600