The results from surgical procedures are permanent however it is important to remember that factors such as weight gain, weight loss, pregnancy and breast feeding can alter the results.
Nipple Reduction General Procedure
All surgical procedures come with risks although they are usually very rare and unlikely to occur. Nipple reduction procedure does carry a risk that you may be unable to breastfeed after surgery.
As with any type of surgery there are risks associated with nipple correction, although these are very rare and unlikely to occur. Inverted nipple surgery in particular does carry the risk of inability to breastfeed. Other risks include; adverse scarring, bleeding, haematoma formation, infection, numbness, alteration in sensation and asymmetry in the healing and in the final result. But these will all be discussed in more detail at your consultation with a surgeon. Click here to book a consultation with an industry leading plastic surgeons near you.