Inverted Nipples

Inverted Nipples

An inverted nipple refers to the condition where the nipple is retracted into the breast instead of pointing outward. The condition, which can be present on one or both breasts is quite common – approximately 10% of the UK population have invert nipples – and are usually present from birth although become obvious during puberty.

Inverted nipple correction surgery is generally performed under local anaesthetic and takes approximately just 30 minutes to complete. The milk ducts which tether your nipple inwards are either released or divided which allows your nipple to come out to its normal position.

The severity of the inverted nipples varies quite considerably, but an initial consultation can ascertain the grade of your nipple inversion allowing Mr Coady to recommend the best treatment for you.

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