nipple and areola correction
nipple and areola correction is a cosmetic surgery procedure that involves the reshaping or repositioning of the nipples and areolas, which are the dark circles around the nipples. this procedure can be performed for both aesthetic and functional purposes
individuals who are unhappy with the shape, size, or position of their nipples and areolas
individuals who have uneven nipples or areolas
individuals who have inverted nipples that cannot be corrected with non-surgical methods
individuals who have undergone breast surgery and want to correct any issues with the nipples and areolas
individuals who are pregnant or breastfeeding
individuals who have a history of keloid scarring or poor wound healing
individuals who have active infections or skin conditions on or around the nipples and areolas
Description of Procedure
nipple and areola correction is usually performed under local anesthesia with sedation or general anesthesia. the specific technique used will depend on the individual's specific needs and goals. the procedure may involve reducing the size of the areolas, reshaping the nipples, or repositioning the nipples and areolas to a more natural position.
Course of Recovery
the recovery period for nipple and areola correction varies depending on the individual's age, health, and the specific technique used. most patients can return to work and light activities within a week, but it may take several weeks to fully recover and resume more strenuous activities.
as with any surgery, there are potential risks and complications associated with nipple and areola correction. these may include scarring, infection, bleeding, and changes in sensation in the nipples and areolas. it is important to discuss these potential risks with a qualified plastic surgeon before undergoing the procedure.