Most women have naturally protruding nipples, but if one or both of your nipples are inverted, there is a straightforward operation that could help.
Inverted nipples usually develop during puberty and are a harmless medical condition. However, if it has happened more recently you should check with your GP that there is no underlying condition that needs treatment.
Correcting an inverted nipple is a relatively simple procedure and can often be done under local anaesthetic as a day procedure.
Helen had her nipple correction procedure at the Portsmouth Cosmetic Clinic and found the process “easy and smooth” - read Helen’s story.