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Inverted Nipple Correction

We’ll help you improve the size and shape of your breasts so that you can live more confidently.

We’ll help you achieve for more confidence by improving the look of your nipples and enhancing the overall appearance of your breasts.

Inverted nipples can contribute to embarrassment and a lack of self-confidence. It’s quite common in most women to have one or both nipples invert occasionally or all the time. One may be dramatically different than the other which can cause some women to be self-conscious. The cause is simply tight or shortened breast duct tissue and the solution is a simple, minimally-invasive procedure.

Our nipple inversion procedures are safe, effective and provide a natural-looking outcome so you can regain your sex-appeal. It’s normal for nipples to project or invert on their own and we can provide corrections for all forms of nipple inversions.

Key Benefits:

  • Symmetrical and balanced breasts
  • Minimally-invasive, safe and permanent
  • Naturally-looking and customized for your personal preferences
  • Virtually invisible incisions

Ready to Get Started? Book a Consultation Today!

The next step towards looking and feeling your best is to set up a consultation. Give us a call at 647-946-5439 or fill out our contact form and one of our friendly team members will get back to you as soon as possible.

Who is it for?

Anyone with inverted nipples – nipples that come out occasionally without manipulation, ones that require manipulation to evert them or that don’t come out at all. If you think you would benefit from the physical, aesthetic and personal advantages of a nipple inversion you are likely a good candidate.


Step 1: Consultation with Dr. Platt. We want to understand your goals for the procedure and your desired results. We will offer guidance and expert opinions on the best course of action. We will also take any necessary measurements at this time. If you have any questions or hesitations, now is the time to ask!

Step 2: Book an appointment.

Step 3: Prepare yourself by reading the educational material provided and following pre-surgical advice.

Step 4: Procedure day!

Step 5: First look at the outcome. Keep in mind there may be swelling and redness, depending on the procedure. Therefore the best approximation of final look will be after adequate recovery time.

Step 6: Recover. For best results, please follow all post-surgery advice and enhance healing with appropriate sleep, nutrition and hydration.

Step 7: Come back in for a follow-up appointment to ensure proper healing and optimal results.

How it Works

We simple release the tethering elements of your nipples to allow them to maintain a well-placed position and natural projection. Our procedure is minimally invasive and we ensure a conspicuous incision which will become virtually imperceptible when it heals. Through the small incision we use a very fine instrument to release the tethering fibers that hold the nipple in its inverted position. We insert a suture beneath the nipple to maintain stability. This approach is aesthetically pleasing, reliable and sustainable.


Does the nipple inversion procedure hurt?

No, it does not hurt, the procedure is performed under local anesthesia.

How long does it take?

Nipple inversion procedures take approximately 1 hour.

How long does it take to recover?

Immediately following the procedure, you will be monitored by a registered nurse for 1 to 2 hours until you are fully awake. Then you can be discharged and taken home by a friend or family member. You may return to work and your usual activities about a week after the procedure. Your breasts may appear swollen for the first and the shape and size will settle into final position after about 12 weeks. Light exercise may be resumed after one week and more vigorous activities may commence after three weeks. Standard follow-up visits are at one week, six weeks and 12 months.