Correction inverted Nipple
This is a simple procedure usually performed in
conjunction with another breast procedure, or may be
performed on its own. For various reasons, a nipple may be
indrawn from birth, or may become indrawn during adulthood
due to excessive scar tissue from previous trauma or
surgery, or from cancer.
New onset nipple inversion,
as a first priority, will require a full examination and
assessment to exclude an underlying breast cancer. Once this
is excluded, a simple procedure may be performed to release
the inverted nipple, and allow it to protrude as normal.
This is usually performed after child bearing, as this is
likely to interfere with the possibility of breastfeeding
from the affected side, although in many cases of inverted
nipple, there may be difficulties with breastfeeding even