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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.

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Mr Sheikh Ahmad

With clinics in both London and Cornwall, Mr Sheikh Ahmad has developed a unique cosmetic surgery package for clients in the South West and all over the country. One that offers extensive surgical experience, a bespoke pre-op consultation process, a door-to-door VIP service and carefully crafted aftercare.

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.

Weekly clinics are held at Duchy Hospital in Cornwall and Riverside Hospital in London. To find out more and book a consultation, please make an appointment with Mr. Ahmad by contacting his secretary via email or ring her on 01872 248325.

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Summary of Treatment

Procedure Time

30 Mins

Anaesthetic

General

Hospital Stay

Day Case

Duration of Results

Lifetime

Cost

From £1,000

Frequently asked questions

ABOUT INVERTED NIPPLE CORRECTION SURGERY

+ What Is Inverted Nipple And How Is It Caused?

Inverted nipple is when the nipple is pulled into the breast instead of protruding out of the breast.

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 a number of reasons that people decide to have correction surgery - it may be that they simply donu2019t like the look of their nipples, that they are suffering from discomfort, or worry that they wonu2019t be able to breastfeed their child.

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.

+ Does Inverted Nipple Correction Surgery Result in Scarring?

Following surgery there will be a minimal scar at the inferior areolar border. Mr. Ahmad has extensive experience in performing breast surgery with minimal scarring and employs techniques that minimise long term marks on the body.

+ Does Inverted Nipple Correction Surgery Hurt?

Discomfort and pain is minimal and recovery is rapid.

CONSULTATION

What Happens At My Consultation?

Mr Ahmad takes a brief history and then assesses your breasts. All treatment options are discussed in detail and Mr Ahmad gives his suggestions regarding the best options available. Fees and surgery venue are discussed. A second appointment is then scheduled to finalise your treatment.

SURGERY

What Happens During Inverted Nipple Correction Surgery?

A semicircular incision is made at the lower half of of areola. Fibrous bands keeping the nipple inverted are divided and the nipple is released outwards. The incision is then closed with a stitch under the skin.

How Long Does Inverted Nipple Correction Surgery Take?

Inverted nipple surgery is a quick procedure that is performed under local anesthetic and usually takes no more than 30 minutes.

What Will I Feel Like Following Inverted Nipple Correction Surgery?

Nipple inversion surgery involves minimal discomfort or pain and recovery is quite rapid.

What Clothes Should I Bring To Wear After The Operation?

A loose button-down shirt is ideal. Avoid clothes that would need pulling on over your head.

Are There Any Side Effects To The Operation?

Nipple sensation can sometimes change after surgery, but in most cases normal sensation will return in four to six months time.

POST SURGERY, RECOVERY & THE FUTURE

Will I See The Surgeon Again After Surgery?

An outpatient appointment will be made for approximately one week after surgery.

What Bra Should I Wear Following Surgery?

Your normal bra or a support bra is adequate following surgery.

Do I Need To Take Time Off Work After Surgery?

A weeks rest is usually best following surgery and your recovery will be assessed at your follow up appointment.

Will I Be Able To Breastfeed After Inverted Nipple Correction Surgery?

Depending on the age of the woman, breast feeding can be affected, but not always. If this is something that is of particular importance to you please discuss with Mr. Ahmad at your consultation.

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