Inverted nipple surgery
Inverted nipple is a relatively common finding in otherwise healthy women. In addition to aesthetic problems, breastfeeding is often a problem. These nipples may also be more frequently seen in these nipples. In plastic surgery, there are many methods used to correct the inbred nipples that the operator chooses based on the patient’s individual condition. In most cases, the inborn nipples are inherited, or are ingested after breastfeeding as a consequence of scarring. Involvement of the nipples involves lack of skin around the base of the nipple, contracted (withdrawn) milk ducts, and scarring of milk ducks after breastfeeding. The operation is performed only after the physical development of the woman has ended.
Everything about the procedure:
- The procedure is performed in local anesthesia
- Operation takes about 45 minutes
- The patient leaves home immediately
- The procedure but also the postoperative course is very well tolera