Inverted Nipple Correction
Inverted nipple correction surgery is a quick, straight forward surgical procedure that focuses on the tissue and ducts in the breast area to help reshape and redefine the nipple. A small incision is made around the nipple to release the restrictive tissue and milk ducts, which are preventing the nipple from sitting naturally.
Inverted nipples are not an uncommon condition, in fact as many as 1 in 10 people suffer from it. Some people are simply born with it or it may occur during puberty, alternatively it’s frequently seen after mastitis or as a result of duct ectasia. However, that doesn’t make it any easier to live with. People may simply feel uncomfortable with the look of their nipples, for others it may cause pain or discomfort, whilst in more extreme cases it can prevent a mother breastfeeding her child.
Corrective surgery is a very simple and effective solution, performed under local anesthetic and usually taking no more than 30 minutes. As such, recovery is quick, but the effects are long lasting. For many people the procedure can have a profound effect on their lives, boosting self-confidence and body image.
Mr Sheikh Ahmad
Mr. Ahmad has over 30 years of surgical experience, with extensive experience in cosmetic breast surgery with minimal scarring. He’s performed more than 3,000 breast augmentations and reductions and other cosmetic procedures, using a variety of techniques that are tailored to individual needs and demands.
A limousine service is available on request, which provides the client with comfortable and private transport both to and from the hospital. This service is extended to clients who wish to have their surgery in a different city. It’s provided at a subsidised rate, is unique to Mr Ahmad’s practice and has been very popular with his clients.
Summary of Treatment
Frequently Asked Questions
ABOUT INVERTED NIPPLE CORRECTION SURGERY
What Is Inverted Nipple And How Is It Caused?
The condition occurs for a variety of reasons, which are unique to the individual, however most commonly it is the result of inconsistencies in the surrounding tissue and milk ducts that would normally hold the nipple in place.
Is Inverted Nipple Correction Surgery Right For Me?
There are varying degrees of nipple inversion – Grade I, II & III. In the instance of Grade I, it may be that the continued use of Niplette®, a thimble like cup and syringe system, is adequate to u2018trainu2019 the nipple. It is highly unlikely that this will be the case with Grade II & III.
During a consultation Mr. Ahmad will complete a full assessment and discuss options available and their suitability to you personally.