Our plastic surgeons at Long Island Plastic Surgical Group can correct inverted nipples with surgery designed to give the nipples a more natural appearance. Women who are affected by nipples that lie flat to the breast or pull in from the surface of the breast can often have trouble breastfeeding as well as suffer from self-consciousness about the condition. The plastic surgeons at LIPSG have established the Aesthetic and Reconstructive Breast Surgery Center as a center of excellence within our practice, dedicated to offering breast surgery procedures that are safe, effective, and result in a natural-looking appearance that meets your ultimate goals. Many of our doctors have been specialty-trained in breast surgery procedures and have attended some of the most revered medical institutions in the world, including Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York, England’s Gloucester Royal Hospital, Canada’s McGill University and University of Toronto, and Duke Medical Center.
To schedule a consultation for inverted nipple surgery at our Long Island, New York practice, please contact LIPSG today.
About Inverted Nipple Surgery
Inverted nipple surgery can recontour the nipple so that it projects outward from the breast. There are generally two procedures which can achieve this result: one which preserves the milk ducts and one that does not. The former can address the patient’s condition while preserving her ability to breastfeed. Inverted nipple surgery can achieve excellent results and make you feel better about the appearance of your breasts.
During your initial consultation, your desired LIPSG plastic surgeon will all aspects of inverted nipple surgery with you and address any concerns and questions you may have about the procedure. Your consultation may also involve viewing a 3-D Vectra computer image that displays the likely results of your inverted nipple surgery. This state-of-the-art imaging system can give you a general idea of the possible outcome by incorporating patient data with photos of the breast area, manipulated to show how you may look after surgery.