Inverted Nipple

Inverted Nipple Surgery

Inverted nipple surgery is a minor procedure designed to correct flat and inverted nipples. Here at Victoria House Clinic we can treat both men and women, and you can choose to have one or both nipples corrected depending on your concerns. There are a few different causes for inverted nipples and these vary across men and women.

For women flat nipples can be caused by issues with the breast ducts whereas inverted nipples in men are typically caused by tethering. Whatever the cause may be we're here to help correct the appearance of flat nipples & restore body confidence.

Why get inverted nipples corrected?

There are a number of reasons as to why someone might want to have inverted nipple correction surgery. We've outlined a few of those reasons below:

Your inverted nippled procedure will be carried out in our CQC registered clinic by our Medical Director; Dr George Filobbos who is an esteemed Consultant Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon.



Inverted Nipple Correction

Inverted nipple surgery is a non-invasive, minor surgical procedure. During the procedure a small incision will be made at the base of the nipple using a surgical blade. The process next will depend on whether you are male or female and the severity of the inversion. However, typically you should expect the area to be stretched or cut and then your nipple to be repositioned before stitches.

This procedure is done under local anaesthetic and typically takes around an hour to complete. Following the procedure you will be taken into our onsite recovery room where you will be monitored and allowed to rest before being free to go home on the same day.

Is inverted nipple surgery a safe treatment?
Yes, this treatment is extremely safe and carried out by our Medical Director. We have a team of trained medical experts on site here in our CQC registered clinic to ensure your safety before, during and after treatment.


Inverted Nipple Correction

Inverted nipple surgery is a non-invasive, minor surgical procedure. During the procedure a small incision will be made at the base of the nipple using a surgical blade. The process next will depend on whether you are male or female and the severity of the inversion. However, typically you should expect the area to be stretched or cut and then your nipple to be repositioned before stitches.

This procedure is done under local anaesthetic and typically takes around an hour to complete. Following the procedure you will be taken into our onsite recovery room where you will be monitored and allowed to rest before being free to go home on the same day.

Is inverted nipple surgery a safe treatment?
Yes, this treatment is extremely safe and carried out by our Medical Director. We have a team of trained medical experts on site here in our CQC registered clinic to ensure your safety before, during and after treatment.


What is the before & after process like for this procedure?

At Victoria House Clinic we pride ourselves on offering a first class treatment. From your first consultation with us you will be supported throughout the whole process with a bespoke treatment plan. After the procedure your aftercare will be explained by our medical team and your recovery will be monitored. The area will be covered with wound dressing and you will have a number of follow up appointments here at the clinic to monitor your recovery.


Why book inverted nipple surgery with us?


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Inverted Nipple Surgery FAQ

This is a same day procedure, meaning after surgery you will be able to go home. Typically, people can return to their normal routine within a week or two.

Yes, inverted nipple surgery is done under local anaesthetic meaning the area in which we are operating on will be numbed so you won’t feel any pain. 

Yes, the end results following inverted nipple surgery are permanent. Do consider however factors such as weight gain and pregnancy may impact the results.

If you have noticed a new inversion on your nipples then we would always recommend to get this checked out by a medical professional. This will help rule out any signs of breast cancer before starting a surgical procedure.