Nipple Correction

Many women suffer from nipple and areola abnormalities such as inverted, enlarged or extended nipples, and puffy, enlarged or discolored areolas. Many of these conditions can have an impact on breast function, and also on a woman's self-esteem.

Nipple inversion is a disfiguring condition that affects 2% of all women. The degree to which a nipple is inverted will vary from "shy" to severely retracted.

This nipple correction takes place under local anesthesia and the surgery leaves no visible scars. Sometimes, a part of the milk ducts can be lost. So if you want to give breastfeeding after you have a nipple correction, you should inform your doctor. You then have the possibility to choose for a less spectacular nipple correction, one that preserves the milk ducts.

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