Nipple/Areola Reduction is a minor surgical procedure that aims to reduce the size and improve the shape of the nipple/areola.
What does it do?
- Proportionate nipple-areola appearance
- Improve asymmetry of nipple/areola
- More attractive breast appearance
How it works
How does Nipple/Areola Reduction work?
- Nipple Reduction
An incision is made in the nipple and excess skin will be dissected and removed. Sutures will be placed to attach the nipple to the base. This will reduce the height or reshape the nipple according to the patient’s desire.
- Areola Reduction
A doughnut-shaped incision will be made along the border of the existing areola to remove any extra tissue. The new areola will be secured with a permanent suture deep inside the breast. This suture will prevent the areola from stretching.
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About nipple/areola reduction
What condition it treats
As nipples/areolas are part of the skin, they can stretch as we get older, gain weight or during pregnancy/breastfeeding and may not return to the previous size. Long nipple and large areola can be reduced during Nipple/Areola Reduction creating an overall better proportioned, natural looking breast.
Frequently Asked Questions
The surgery takes around 1 to 2 hours.
Like any other surgeries, patients may have discomfort/pain and swelling for a few days after surgery. Normal day to day activities can be resumed after 1 to 2 days. During the first week of recovery, it is recommended to avoid exercising and to sleep on the back to ensure optimal healing. Depending on the patient’s body condition, it may take up to 6 weeks to recover completely. However, the actual speed of recovery may vary from person to person.
- Healthy individuals who do not have a life-threatening illness or medical conditions
- Individuals who are motivated and have realistic expectations
- Patients who are not planning to have children. Pregnancy and breast feeding would probably stretch the breasts, compromising the benefits and results.
Yes. However, results can be affected by future pregnancy or breastfeeding.
Yes, mothers who have had nipple/areola reduction surgery can still produce milk to breastfeed their babies comfortably and are encouraged to do so as the lactiferous ducts (milk ducts) are not harmed during the surgery. However, it is recommended to have the procedure after completion of family circle.
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