Nipple Correction

What is Nipple Correction?

Nipple correction surgery is a medical procedure performed to address concerns related to inverted or enlarged nipples. The specific technique employed depends on the individual patient and their unique circumstances. Typically, nipple correction surgery is conducted under local anesthesia for patient comfort and safety.

For individuals dealing with inverted nipples, the correction process involves making a small incision on the outer side of the nipple. This incision allows access to the milk ducts, which are gently stretched. The nipple is then carefully released from the duct. To secure the corrected position, the nipple is meticulously sutured back into place using dissolvable sutures. This surgical approach effectively restores a more natural and aesthetically pleasing nipple appearance.

What is recovery like?

You’ll be able to return to work in a day or two but avoid exercise or strenuous activity for at least two weeks. You can expect to have some pain, tenderness, swelling, and numbness immediately after your procedure. This can usually be managed with an over-the-counter pain medication. It can take up to six weeks before the swelling and numbness resolve.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Nipple Correction Surgery:

Patients often experience minimal discomfort or pain during and after the procedure, which can be managed with over-the-counter pain relievers.

Recovery times can vary, but most patients can resume regular activities within a few days to a week after the surgery.

Scarring is usually minimal and discreet, as the incisions are made along the outer edges of the nipple.

In most cases, the results of nipple correction surgery are long-lasting. However, individual factors may influence the permanence of the correction.

While complications are rare, it's essential to discuss potential risks and side effects with your surgeon during the consultation.

Generally, nipple correction surgery should not impact a woman's ability to breastfeed, as milk ducts are typically not disrupted during the procedure. However, it's important to discuss this with your surgeon.

Insurance coverage may vary, and it's advisable to check with your provider to determine if nipple correction surgery is eligible for coverage.

The final results may become fully evident after a few weeks to months as any swelling or bruising subsides, and the surgical area heals.

Your surgeon will provide detailed post-operative care instructions to ensure a smooth and successful recovery.

The cost of the procedure can vary based on factors such as location, surgeon's fees, and the complexity of the correction needed. It's advisable to discuss pricing during your consultation.


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