Inverted Nipple Correction


Normally, a woman’s nipples are soft and flat, but become firm and erect when they are stimulated. Inverted nipples do not become erect or respond when stimulated. This can be physically uncomfortable and produce emotional distress, especially when it only affects one breast. Inverted nipples may develop during or after puberty. When this occurs later in life, it is important to make certain that there is no condition within the breast itself causing the nipple to become inverted or tethered.

Inverted Nipple Surgery

Correction of an inverted nipple is performed under local anaesthetic as a day surgery. A small incision is made at the base of the nipple and the tiny bands causing the inversion are released. A dissolvable stitch is then placed to hold the nipple in position while it is healing.

Possible risks and complications


Following the correction, the nipple will remain permanently erect and there may be some loss of sensation. The ability to breastfeed may also be affected.

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