Last updated date: 09-Jun-2023

Medically Reviewed By

Written by

Dr. Sharif Samir Alijla

Originally Written in English

Nipple and Areola Surgery Cost by Countries

    Plastic surgery is the process of altering or reshaping tissues to restore function, improve attractiveness, or both. Cosmetic plastic surgery frequently entails major surgeries on the face, breast, or body that produce considerable effects. However, when it comes to the chest and breasts, the smallest and most central anatomical parts, especially the nipple and areola (the round, pigmented skin around the nipple) can garner the most attention. Some physical features, like many others, are innate and present from birth, whereas others are acquired and evolve as a result of developmental, hormonal, or medical conditions. Many patients who are unhappy with their nipples or areolas may be unaware of the cosmetic procedures available to alter their appearance. Although there are additional reconstructive operations that build a new nipple and areola in cases of nipple absence, this will primarily address aesthetic procedures of the nipple and areola (whether due to removal for cancer or following trauma).


    What is Nipple Reduction?

    Nipple Reduction

    Your nipples provide an essential role (breastfeeding) However, if they are uneven, droopy, or larger than you would like (a condition known as nipple hypertrophy), it can be bothersome. Extra skin can hang from the nipples in some cases, or the nipples can protrude significantly from the breasts. Men may also choose nipple reduction surgery. Fortunately, nipple reduction surgery can help you achieve symmetrical, smaller, or less prominent nipples.

    The nipples are the prominent area in the center of your breasts, not the areolas, which are the darker, colored circular area around your nipples. Though both can be reduced, nipple reduction surgery focuses on reducing the nipple's size. A nipple reduction surgical operation removes excess skin and tissues, making the nipples smaller. The technique isn't as popular as other forms of breast surgery, but it complements breast augmentation, reduction, or a breast lift procedure perfectly. A nipple reduction can also be performed as a standalone surgery. A nipple reduction is a straightforward outpatient treatment that produces excellent outcomes with a short recovery time. There are several options for nipple reduction surgery. You can have a vertical or horizontal incision made for your surgery depending on your specific case. You can undergo your nipple reduction surgery as a stand-alone procedure. You can combine your surgery with a breast enhancement, breast reduction, or breast lift. You may choose to get nipple and areola surgery to reduce the overall size of both.


    Nipple Reduction Candidates

    Patients can get nipple reduction as a stand-alone procedure or in conjunction with another operation, such as breast augmentation, lift, or reduction. The following are some of the problems that patients opt to address with nipple reduction:

    • Wide, stretched, conspicuous, or oddly formed areolas.
    • Areolas cover a substantial amount of breast tissue.
    • Areola or nipples that are asymmetrical.
    • Areolas that are overly dark (often after childbirth).
    • Long, projecting, droopy, or inverted nipples.

    While women comprise the majority of nipple reduction patients, men may also choose to have the surgery. The procedure can provide male patients with a more masculine and contoured chest. The doctor determines whether a breast lift can produce the greatest results on its own or if both procedures are required to obtain the overall desired look.


    What is an Inverted Nipple?

    Inverted Nipple

    The majority of people have protruding nipples (stick out). Inverted nipples are those that lie flat against the body or are turned in. While not a major medical issue, some people prefer to have an inverted nipple straightened to have a more regular appearance. Some people have inverted nipples from birth, while others develop them throughout adolescence. They are caused by small milk ducts and can affect one or both nipples. Nipple inversion can happen to both males and women; however, it is more common in women. There is uncommon to be an underlying medical issue if you have had an inverted nipple since adolescence. If the nipple inversion occurred recently, you should consult your doctor right soon. If one or both of your nipples are inverted, a procedure to fix them may be helpful. If you are contemplating this option, speaking with a breast or plastic surgeon will be beneficial, and a lot of doctors are pleased to set up a consultation for you at the hospital of your choosing. Contact your preferred plastic surgeon to schedule this at your convenience.


    Inverted Nipple Grades

    Grade 1 inverted nipple. This is the mildest form of the inverted nipple and is distinguished by flat or slightly inverted nipples that get everted when triggered by touch or temperature changes. The nipples then stay everted for a while before returning to their flat or slightly inverted state. Breastfeeding is usually possible even if you have grade 1 inverted nipples.

    Grade 2 inverted nipple. Inverted nipples of grade 2 are more severe than those of grade 1, with a more inverted shape. They behave similarly to grade 1 in that they get everted when triggered, but they promptly return to their normal state rather than everting for a prolonged period. Breastfeeding with grade 2 inverted nipples is also still possible.

    Grade 3 inverted nipple. Inverted nipples of grade 3 are the most severe, with extremely short milk ducts and permanent inversion. This means that even when triggered, the nipples will not evert. Unlike grade 1 and 2 inverted nipples, it is very improbable that you will be able to breastfeed if you have grade 3 nipples.


    Inverted Nipple Correction

    Inverted Nipple Correction

    Inverted nipples are frequently congenital, which means they were present at birth or became visible around puberty. There are many grades of inverted nipples, ranging from nipples that can occasionally erect themselves as a result of particular stimuli to nipples that are completely inverted at all times.

    Inverted nipple repair can make bilateral or unilateral nipples look more symmetrical and normal by improving nipple projection. While inverted nipple repair is normally performed alone, some patients may couple it with other procedures to shorten their recovery time. When done correctly, breast enhancement surgery can boost the outcome of inverted nipple repair. Patients who intend to breastfeed should discuss this with their surgeon, as inverted nipple repair surgery may affect their capacity to do so.


    Inverted Nipple Correction Candidates

    Many nipple surgery treatments take less than an hour and may be suitable for the following candidates:

    • Patients in good health who are bothered by the look of nipples or areola.
    • People who have sagging nipples beneath the breast crease.
    • Individuals with nipples that tip downward, areolas, and stretched skin.
    • Individuals with depressed or flat nipples are good candidates for inverted nipple repair.


    Inverted Nipple Correction Contraindications

    Nipple surgery may not be the best answer for everyone. Before undergoing inverted nipple correction surgery, anyone who experiences unexpected nipple inversion should contact a breast surgeon to rule out any underlying medical issues. The following candidates are not suitable candidates for nipple surgery:

    • Smokers who are unable to stop before and after procedures due to the negative impact smoking has on skin healing.
    • Those who have not achieved a healthy, consistent weight.
    • Patients who have unrealistic surgical expectations.


    Nipple and Areola Surgery Benefits

    Women and men looking to address an enlarged or malformed Nipple Areola Complex that may have occurred naturally or as a result of weight changes, pregnancy, trauma, or other circumstances can benefit from Nipple and Areola surgery. This operation may also be used in conjunction with breast implants, breast reduction, and breast lift to provide a comprehensive breast enhancement solution. The following are some of the advantages of nipple and areola reduction:

    • Smaller nipples
    • Shorter nipples
    • Smaller areolas
    • Circular areolas
    • Symmetrical nipples and areolas
    • Nipples and areolas that are proportional
    • Nipple and areola projection and shape that has been contoured
    • Increased self-confidence in breast appearance
    • Additional breast enhancement surgery


    What to Expect During Your Consultation?

    During Consultation

    You will have a thorough in-person consultation with your doctor at his office before your nipple and areola surgery. During this session, the doctor will take your medical history and listen carefully as you describe what you detest about your nipples and areolas, as well as what you aim to achieve with plastic surgery.

    Following your talk, you will be taken to a separate treatment room where the doctor will do a thorough physical examination and examine your unique physical characteristics. Your surgeon will also take medical photographs, which will aid in the discussion of your nipple and areola surgery. Every patient has a distinctive nipple and areola anatomy, and everyone has preferences for how she wants to appear after plastic surgery. Your plastic surgeon will discuss relevant information about your present breast, nipple, and areola characteristics with you to help you understand what outcomes can be accomplished with your areola and nipple surgery and what is the best potential option for you. The following factors may have an impact on your results:

    • Nipple size and shape
    • Nipple protrusion or sagging degree.
    • Nipple retraction or inversion extent and reversibility
    • The symmetry of nipples.
    • The number, size, and position of any extra nipples.
    • Areola size, shape, and symmetry
    • Laxity, elasticity, and tone are all skin characteristics that can affect the results.
    • Scarring from previous procedures.
    • Future pregnancy and breastfeeding plans.

    Following your assessment, your surgeon will go over your surgical options with you and establish the best surgical plan to meet your goals. The doctor will also tell you what you need to do before and after your surgery to ensure an excellent operation and a quick recovery. You will also be encouraged to tell the doctor any concerns you may have during this appointment.


    Accessory Breast Tissue

    Accessory Breast Tissue

    Extra breast tissue with accompanying nipples or pigmented areolas can arise in both males and females. These abnormalities, known as accessory breast tissue and supernumerary nipples, typically arise along the mammalian milk line, which runs from in front of the armpits along the sides of the chest and abdomen in a wide V-shape. They may mimic moles or other benign skin pigmentation when they appear as small, circular, pigmented skin lesions. Alternatively, they may manifest as more visible lumps beneath the skin as a result of hormonal changes, such as during pregnancy or nursing. Although they normally do not require treatment, they can be unattractive and cause patients embarrassment, especially if the accessory nipples pump. The most common treatment is surgical excision, which results in the permanent removal of breast tissue as well as the total removal of extra nipples or areolas.


    How to Prepare for Nipple and Areola Surgery?

    Nipple and Areola Surgery

    The facility where your treatment will be performed may require you to attend a pre-operative appointment to complete documentation and inquire about any concerns you may have. If not, make sure you arrive early enough on the day of your treatment to take care of these details. A nipple delay operation is scheduled as an outpatient procedure around two weeks before your surgery. It takes several hours to finish. This operation is carried out in hospitals and surgical facilities. For the procedure, you will be dressed in a hospital gown. Wear a supportive, soft-cup bra and a button-down shirt on the way home to avoid straining the recovering area by extending your arms over your head. You should not eat or drink anything for 8-12 hours before your surgery. Inquire whether you will need to stop using any medications or supplements for an extended period before surgery. If you can take drugs the morning of your procedure, find out whether you can do so with a little sip of water. As long as your health insurance plan covers the expense of surgery, the law requires it to also pay the cost of reconstructive surgery. There may be small differences from state to state. For more information about your insurance coverage, you have to contact your insurance provider. If you have a copay, check with the facility where the treatment is being performed to find out when it is due. When you come for your procedure, make sure you have your insurance card, identification, and any papers that the healthcare practitioner may have given you. It is a smart option to have something to read or do to keep yourself busy. You might have to wait a while before the surgery starts. You will need to have someone take you home because driving after being under general anesthesia is not considered safe. Make that arrangement ahead of time.


    Nipple Reduction Procedure

    Nipple Reduction Procedure

    Under a local anesthetic, nipple reduction surgery is carried out easily and comfortably. This means you will be awake yet numb in the surgery area. If you prefer to be asleep throughout the surgery, you can request a total intravenous general anesthetic (TIVA) from your surgeon during your appointment. This can be done for you. Nipple reduction is conducted as a day operation, so you will be able to go home the same day.

    Nipple reduction is most typically performed under a local anesthetic because it is a quick treatment that takes about 30 minutes for each side. To minimize the size of the nipple, a portion of the tissue is surgically removed. Scars are small and nearly unnoticeable after the operation since they are nicely hidden on the bottom of the nipple where it joins the areola.

    • The nursing staff will first admit you, take your blood pressure and other vitals, and prepare you for the procedure.
    • You will next meet with the doctor, who will go over the operation details with you and address any concerns you may have.
    • The surgeon will take pre-operative photographs and mark the region.
    • To completely numb the nipple, a local anesthetic is given.
    • A small incision will be made around the base of the nipple by the surgeon.
    • The excess nipple tissue is surgically removed, and the residual nipple tissue is repositioned closer to the breast tissue.
    • Suture fixation techniques will be used by the surgeon to fix the nipple in its new location, giving it a smaller appearance.
    • During the healing phase, a sterile dressing will be put on the nipples to protect the area from trauma and potential infection.
    • You will be taken to the recovery and discharge area for rest, and when you are ready to be discharged, you will be seen by the doctor, who will give you the postoperative instructions. You may leave the clinic with your friend or a member of your family.

    Most people experience very minor discomfort following nipple reduction surgery. Simple over-the-counter drugs, such as paracetamol, can typically keep this under control. Within a few days, you should be able to resume work and social activities.


    Inverted Nipple Correction Surgery

    Inverted Nipple Correction Surgery

    An intravenous (IV) tube will be inserted into your hand to supply fluids, anesthetic, and possibly medications. A nurse will examine your vital signs, and the anesthesiologist will most likely describe the anesthetic and what to expect from it. Your doctor may also come in to evaluate the situation with you. The breast to be operated on will be marked to ensure that no mistakes are made.

    While the patient is under local anesthesia, four slit incisions (at the 3, 6, 9, and 12 o’clock positions) are created in the nipple base, and the fibrotic band at the nipple base is dissected and freed. Following that, two horizontal mattress sutures are made perpendicular to the suture. Most surgeons perform the identical procedure described above using a purse-string suture rather than an additional incision, as in non-incisional double blepharoplasty or knifeless otoplasty. Starting at the slit incision at 6 o'clock, a purse-string suture of nylon is inserted around the nipple base, followed by 8 stitch points at regular spacing. The length of the skin incision for the horizontal mattress sutures must be limited to 3 to 5 mm, and the purse-string suture did not require a separate incision. Without making a skin incision, the purse-string suture is performed by inserting a needle back into the stitch points from whence it is exited. The purse-string suture is properly ligated, and the knot is hidden beneath the dermis. After suturing the skin incisions with nylon suture, antibiotic ointment is administered, gauze is loosely inserted, and the wound is disinfected with a nipple protection cup. The temporary traction suture is left in place and connected to the nipple protection cup to keep traction. After 3 to 5 days, the traction was removed.


    Nipple and Areola Surgery Recovery

    Nipple and Areola Surgery Recovery

    After nipple reduction surgery, most patients are discharged home to finish their rehabilitation (depending on your medical condition and health level).

    Your doctor and his colleagues will apply a specific dressing and bandages for the first week, which should be kept dry and clean. The dressings will be removed at that point, and your post-operative condition will be assessed. Bras should be avoided until the first bandages have been removed. The bandages are typically removed within a week of surgery. After your surgery, your plastic surgeon will advise you to keep all bandages dry and clean until your first follow-up consultation. Showers should be avoided unless your doctor permits them. This is typically done after all bandages have been removed during the first post-operative appointment. Sponge baths are advised till then. After the bandages have been removed and medical authorization has been obtained, it is recommended that white non-scented shampoo and soap be used on the incisions along with running water.

    Following your breast procedure, you will be told not to move your arms above your shoulders. This is normally recommended for two weeks. In the first week after the operation, your surgeon will also advise you to avoid any activities that may raise your heart rate or blood pressure, such as exercise, sexual activity, stressful situations, and so on. However, it is encouraged that patients move and engage in their normal activities, subject to the medical advice offered and their tolerance for their comfort. It is not recommended to lift more than 4 kg for at least two weeks following surgery. Avoid sleeping on your tummy for at least two weeks following surgery.

    Patients should not drive if they are using narcotic pain prescriptions or have bulky dressings that may interfere with their usual reflexes and reactivity.

    Swelling and bruising may occur, peaking two to three days following surgery and usually subsiding within two to six weeks. Depending on the patient and the degree of the enhancement, post-operative swelling, pain, bruising, and duration may vary. You should be able to see noticeable aesthetic improvements in your breasts shortly after your breast surgery. These results should improve over the next few weeks as the incision site heals and the swelling subsides. Swelling can take up to six weeks to go away. Doctors tell their patients to expect full results one year after surgery when all scars and wounds should have healed.


    Nipple and Areola Surgery Risks

    Nipple and Areola Surgery Risks

    While nipple surgery is considered a safe and uncomplicated aesthetic operation, there are some risks that patients should be aware of before undergoing the process. Among them are some examples:

    • Bleeding. Bleeding is a risk connected to every surgical operation that causes bruising. If the bleeding does not stop on its own, consultants recommend contacting them for further evaluation.
    • Bruising. Bruising is usually mild to moderate and appears a few days following surgery. Cold compresses applied at home can help minimize bruising, swelling, and pain. If the bruising persists, make an appointment with your physician.
    • Infection. While infections are uncommon with nipple surgery, they can arise during and immediately after any surgical procedure. Minor infections, if they exist, can slow the rate of healing. Following the aftercare instructions for your nipple corrective surgery meticulously will help to limit the risk of infection.
    • Scarring. Another concern of nipple surgery is the likelihood of scarring. Scarring intensity varies from patient to patient; in many cases, the scar may diminish to be almost unnoticeable, while in others, it may be more obvious.
    • Swelling. Because the tissues in the nipple are sensitive, mild swelling may last for several weeks. This is not uncommon and will heal quickly. Asymmetrical outcomes. There is a small chance that the nipples will not match in size or contour after nipple corrective surgery.
    • Lost breastfeeding. Breastfeeding loss is uncommon and should not develop unless the ducts are destroyed.
    • Sensation loss. While sensation loss is uncommon, it can arise in the weeks following surgery and will normally return to the nipple within 3 to 6 months.


    Nipple and Areola Surgery Cost in South Korea

    Nipple and Areola Surgery Cost in South Korea

    Nipple Reduction Cost in South Korea

    In South Korea, the average price of nipple reduction is $2950. The pricing ranges from $2955 at the low end to $4000 at the high end. The cost may be determined by the amenities provided by the clinic, which may differ from one clinic to another. You can compare nipple reduction costs in South Korea to pricing in your home country. In South Korea, many Cosmetic Plastic Surgery licensed facilities provide patients with high-quality care at reasonable prices.


    Inverted Nipple Repair Cost in South Korea

    Inverted nipple surgery in Korea is for those who have nipple retraction, breastfeeding issues, inverted nipples, contaminated nipples, or cosmetically unappealing nipples. In Korea, inverted nipple surgery normally takes an hour and requires an 8-hour fast before the procedure. It can take up to ten days to recover. There are two surgical techniques of Korean inverted nipples surgery: lengthening the mammary duct and pulling out the nipple after making a very small triangular shape incision, or simply making a small incision on mammy duct tissue and suturing the nipple when the invert is severe and the mammy duct does not need to be preserved. Most health insurance companies will not pay the cost of inverted nipple correction because it is a cosmetic treatment. During your meeting with a board-certified plastic surgeon, it is recommended that your inverted nipple repair be performed at a surgery facility, with a cost range of $3,900 to $4,600. If it is determined that you can be treated at different places, the cost is usually around $3000.


    Nipple and Areola Surgery Cost in USA

    Nipple and Areola Surgery Cost in USA

    Nipple Reduction Cost in USA

    For a variety of reasons, the cost of nipple reduction in the USA varies from patient to patient. Surgery on both nipples will typically cost between $1,000 and $2,000 on average. Some factors can increase the cost, such as your doctor's location, the surgeon's skill, pharmaceutical costs, and post-surgery care. Nipple reduction surgery is often less expensive when combined with another operation, such as a breast lift. Nipple reduction is considered a cosmetic procedure, so you must pay for it yourself. Some plastic surgeons offer payment options to help you afford this cosmetic surgery. The plan could involve a down payment before the treatment, with the rest paid out over time.


    Inverted Nipple Repair Cost in USA

    The average cost of inverted nipple correction surgery in the USA is between $2,600 and $4,200. The final cost of any surgery will be determined by a variety of factors. During a consultation, the doctor and patient will collaborate to make decisions that represent the patient's needs and desires as well as the surgeon's recommendations to achieve the safest and most efficient outcome. Below is a list of some of the factors that could affect the ultimate price:

    • Experience as a surgeon.
    • Anesthesiologist experience.
    • The procedure is performed at whatever hospital or clinic.
    • The individual procedure's complexity (linked to factors like, for example, what grade of inversion the patient has).
    • Surgical procedures.
    • The time needed in surgery for each patient's condition.

    These decisions will be made during the consultation; a fixed final cost can be decided only after the initial consultation. There will be no hidden expenses once that cost is given, and the cost will include:

    • Costs for the surgeon and anesthetist.
    • Hospital expenses.
    • Staying overnight (if required).
    • Appointments for aftercare and follow-up.

    Isolated third nipples can be eliminated with a simple process comparable to mole removal. Your doctor must first assess whether or not the third nipple is attached to breast tissue. Then they can decide what operation is required and how much it will cost. This can be removed as an outpatient procedure using local anesthetic. It will leave a little scar in the position of the nipple, but it will diminish over time. This is a cosmetic procedure; thus, insurance will not cover it. Find a board-certified plastic surgeon and schedule a consultation. Depending on the size, most practices would charge less than $1,000.


    Nipple and Areola Surgery Cost in Thailand

    Nipple and Areola Surgery Cost in Thailand

    Nipple Reduction Cost in Thailand

    If you opt to undergo nipple reduction in Thailand, you should be aware that the starting price is $600. The final cost will be determined by the type of procedure required, the method and materials utilized, the clinic and doctor chosen, and a variety of other considerations. The average cost of nipple reduction in Thailand is $1050, with a low of $600 and a high of $1550. Nipple Reduction in Thailand will help you in achieving your goals quickly and efficiently. The treatment will be performed by some of the top plastic surgeons, and you will be supervised by highly skilled medical experts.

    With top-notch equipment, specialized nipple reduction or areola reduction surgeons, rapid recovery time, and pain-free procedures thanks to modernized techniques, low costs, and a selection of clinics to choose from, why wouldn't you benefit today from Thailand's ultimate technologies? The advancements made by Thailand clinics and doctors in the field of aesthetic treatments have drawn the attention of medical tourists to this region. The significant developments in health care and medicine, as well as the low cost of the top medical services, have enhanced medical tourists' trust in Thailand's world-class health care.


    Inverted Nipple Repair Cost in Thailand

    The cost of inverted nipple repair surgery in Thailand varies significantly from that of other countries. The following are the primary reasons behind its lower price in Thailand:

    • Thailand has a high number of inverted nipple repair surgical hospitals.
    • Thailand has a considerable number of candidates for inverted nipple repair surgery.

    The cost of inverted nipple repair surgery in Thailand varies based on the procedure and the hospital. In Thailand, the average cost of inverted nipple repair surgery is $1500. This procedure will set you back $3700 in the United States, $2200 in Europe, $2000 in Iran, and $1700 in Turkey.

    The cost of accessory nipple removal in Thailand is determined by the severity of the case and varies from patient to patient. However, the average cost of surgery ranges between $800 to $1000, which includes anesthesia expenses, hospital facility costs, surgical costs, post-surgical clothes, and the surgeon's fee. The cost is also affected by the surgeon's skill set and success rate. Many Korean doctors are very skilled cosmetic surgeons who can be contacted freely and discuss anything, including cost, with them.


    Nipple and Areola Surgery Cost in Turkey

    Nipple and Areola Surgery Cost in Turkey

    Nipple Reduction Cost in Turkey

    The cost of nipple reduction surgery in Turkey is determined by several circumstances, making it difficult to establish a single universal areola reduction cost. The following factors determine the cost of this plastic surgery:

    • The location. The cost of nipple reduction surgery in Turkey varies by city (in general, the cost is higher in big cities like Istanbul and less expensive in smaller cities); nipple reduction surgery in Istanbul is thought to be the most expensive in Turkey.
    • Clinic excellence. Because they guarantee the highest quality and service, reputable, renowned clinics normally charge higher charges for surgeries; smaller or new clinics frequently charge cheaper prices to compete with others.
    • Plastic surgeons. a skilled and experienced plastic surgeon receives a higher fee than a young, entry-level surgeon, so the nipple reduction cost naturally increases when a surgeon is top-class; clients who want to have the surgery performed by the best nipple reduction surgeon should be aware that the cost will be much higher than average.
    • The type of anesthesia. Nipple reduction surgery can be conducted under local or general anesthesia; of course, general anesthesia necessitates more preparation, anesthesiologist care, and additional medical tests, so the cost of nipple reduction surgery is higher when a general anesthetic is used; if patients are not got scared and are otherwise healthy, they can have this procedure done under local anesthesia, and their cost will be lower.

    Taking all of the aforementioned into account, the cost of nipple reduction in Turkey ranges from $2800 to $6500. As a result, the average cost is around $4500.


    Inverted Nipple Repair Cost in Turkey

    The cost of inverted nipple repair surgery varies based on the surgeon, hospital, and anesthesiologist. Insurance normally does not cover this type of cosmetic surgery. In Turkey, inverted nipple surgery costs between $500 and $1,000 (including all the related fees). However, the cost of this treatment ranges from $1,700 to $4,500 in the United Kingdom, $2,000 to $4,000 in the United States, $1,500 in Iran, and $1,200 in India. So, while the quality of surgeries, including the surgeon's expertise, hospital facilities, and checkups, is good, fixing your nipples in Turkey is far more inexpensive than in other countries, including Korea, one of the world's most famous medical tourism centers.


    Nipple and Areola Surgery Cost in Brazil

    Nipple and Areola Surgery Cost in Brazil

    Nipple Reduction Cost in Brazil

    In Brazil, the typical nipple reduction cost starts at $6,000, depending on the techniques utilized for the specific case. This includes any anesthesia as well as any facility fees. Many clinics offer flexible payment plans with various payment cards if you want to divide up the payments for your nipple reduction into smaller monthly increments. Many patients can ask for payment cards with longer terms and varying interest rates, allowing them to enjoy their results sooner without experiencing an immediate financial burden.


    Inverted Nipple Repair Cost in Brazil

    In Brazil, the cost of inverted nipple repair surgery begins at $2,300. The precise cost of your cosmetic surgery will depend on the surgical complexity of your treatment. As a result, after consulting with your plastic surgeon, you will be given the exact cost of your cosmetic treatment. The cost includes repairing both nipples, local anesthesia, surgeon's and nurses' fees, use of the surgical facility, equipment, and dressings, as well as up to three follow-up visits (7 days, 6 weeks, and 6 months after the operation) to evaluate your outcomes and check your wounds. Patients can choose whether to have the surgery done under sedation or general anesthesia, which will raise the cost of inverted nipple repair. In addition, your surgeon may prescribe pain medication, which you must obtain on your own.


    Nipple and Areola Surgery Cost in Mexico

    Nipple and Areola Surgery Cost in Mexico

    Nipple Reduction Cost in Mexico

    Of course, each hospital and surgeon may charge a different rate depending on a variety of factors. However, while undergoing a nipple reduction treatment, you should expect to pay between $1,000 and $5,000 for the surgeon's charge. Aside from the surgeon's price, there will be other expenses to consider, such as anesthetic services, facility fees, and follow-up consultations. You might also ask about choices for a package program that includes additional cosmetic procedures (for example, a breast lift) and save money.


    Inverted Nipple Repair Cost in Mexico

    The cost of nipple corrective surgery in Mexico is determined by the type of procedure you choose. A single inverted nipple correction, for example, will not cost the same as double nipple reduction surgery, and so on. Furthermore, because no two breasts are the same (even on the same person, let alone on various people), it is difficult to have a single pricing that is accurate for the vast majority of people. As a result, any price provided can be changed if new techniques are required or if the operation takes longer than predicted. In Mexico, inverted nipple repair is much less expensive than breast augmentation. The cost of nipple correction procedures in Mexico ranges from $500 to $1400, depending on whether you also have a breast augmentation operation and whether doctors operate on one or two nipples. If you want to avoid the cost of inverted nipple treatment, you may wish to consider inverted nipple treatment at home. Experts recommend that you explore this subject in depth before deciding because the success rate of at-home treatment is substantially lower than that of surgery, and at-home treatment may not be a possibility for you if you have a particular inverted nipple grade.



    Nipple and areola surgery can be a beneficial experience for those who have suffered from discomfort their entire lives owing to the appearance of their breast. Finding a qualified, board-certified plastic surgeon who knows your needs is the first step. It is critical to assess the desire for corrective or augmentation surgery against any risks associated with the procedure, such as the possibility of irreversible breastfeeding loss. During a simple outpatient procedure, patients can repair inverted or oversized nipples, as well as lower the size or correct asymmetry of the areolae. Contact your plastic surgeon for seeing if you are a candidate for surgery.