Enhance the pert appearance of your breasts with our nipple elevation cosmetic procedures
Nipples that are drooping or unevenly positioned can cause breasts to appear more depleted and aged than they actually are. This can lead many patients to feel self-conscious about the appearance of their breasts.
The position and elevation of nipples can have a dramatic impact on the aesthetic qualities of your breasts
The ideal youthful and attractive position of the nipple is pointing forwards and slightly upwards. Nipple elevation is a relatively simple procedure, and particularly in those women who do not have an excessive amount of breast droop, the entire operation can be conducted as an outpatient procedure. The nipple is elevated by approximately 1.5cm to 2cm above its existing level, leaving it in a more desirable place and allowing the individual to feel a heightened sense of satisfaction in the shape and structure of their nipple position.
Various lifestyle factors can contribute to drooping nipples, and these can include:
- Mastectomy treatment
Fortunately, for those who are unhappy with the appearance of their nipples, there is a minimally invasive surgery that is available to correct this concern. At Ashbury Cosmetics in Brisbane and on the Gold Coast we can now perform our nipple elevation procedures as an outpatient procedure. Most of our patients report that it is an uncomplicated procedure and does not cause much discomfort during or after surgery.
Recovery from nipple elevation procedures is generally advised as two days rest before returning to work, with a further two weeks of care taken before resuming normal activities.
Frequently Asked Questions
The amount of downtime depends on your body’s natural ability to heal. In most cases, 2 days of rest followed by 2 weeks of light activities is recommended. Your dedicated cosmetic professional will let you know how much downtime you will need.
This procedure will place your nipples in a more desirable position and allow you to feel a heightened sense of satisfaction in the shape and structure of your nipple position.
Age is not an issue. It is your overall health that counts the most when considering suitability. Many women who are over the age of 40 have had successful breast surgery.