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Inverted nipples

Inverted nipples are a relatively common pathology in women, rarer in men, and can affect one or both breasts. The inverted nipple is a congenital alteration that occurs when the nipple ducts that allow milk to pass into the nipple, called galactophores, are shorter than usual, which causes the nipple to retract.

 

A small surgery, which can be performed under local anesthesia, is usually the most effective solution to solve this problem.

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Results after 8 weeks.  Request an appointment for more information.