Nipple Surgery

Nipple surgery is a very well known procedure that aims to correct inverted nipples, reduce the size of the areola, and minimize enlarged nipples. The procedure targets men and women who are dissatisfied with the way their nipples look.

The procedure begins with the surgeon creating a small incision on the nipple or an incision around the areola. Excess fat and tissue is removed from the nipple and areolar regions, and the area is finished by applying stitches and gauze.


You can opt for nipple surgery if you meet the following criteria:

  • You are physically and mentally stable
  • You do not smoke
  • You completely trust our process and your surgeon

Should I get a nipple surgery?

If you have inverted, protruding, or asymmetrical nipples and you feel your nipples are not proportional to your breasts, you should definitely consider nipple surgery.

What should I expect after the surgery?

After the surgery, the skin on your breasts may appear shiny due to swelling—this is normal and will subside in a few weeks’ time. You should also expect numbness in the surgical area for about a month and a half until you’re fully healed.


Where will you conduct the procedure?

The surgery will be conducted in a private hospital.

How long do I have to stay in hospital after the procedure?

Patients are usually allowed to leave a few hours after the surgery.

What type of anesthesia will be used?

The patient and surgeon can decide between any combination of local, general, and twilight anesthetics.

Do I have to wear pressure garments after the surgery?

You will have to wear pressure garments for 4 to 6 weeks after your surgery.

What is the recovery period?

If your job does not involve manual labor, you can resume work after a week for rest. If it involves manual labor, you will require two full weeks of recovery. It is important for you to stay away from strenuous activities for until six weeks after your surgery.