Nipple Enhancement

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Nipple Enhancement with Fillers Indianapolis

Nipple enhancement with dermal fillers is a new, effective way to perk up your bosom and enhance the aesthetic features of your breasts. The best way to accentuate this bodily feature is by injecting hyaluronic acid (HA) into the nipple area. Recent studies have shown that this procedure is a safe and efficacious way to achieve stable nipple projection. (1) Dermal fillers are the second most common nonsurgical aesthetic procedure performed on women with an estimated 58% increase in injection prevalence over the past 5 years. (2) Not only that, but in recent years celebrity trend-setters such as Kendall Jenner have influenced more and more women to choose this treatment option as a way to proudy embrace their femininity.

Patients in Indianapolis put their trust in board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Kimberly Short for their body beautification needs. As a female medical professional, Dr. Short is particularly sensitive to the aesthetic needs of her patients, and provides expert care with a precise, feminine touch. Call The Gillian Institute at (317) 913-3260 now to book your personal consultation today.

About

With recent developments in figure-complementing procedures such as nipple enhancement, and frequent celebrity endorsements keeping them in the limelight, HA fillers have continued to branch out from their role of simply correcting facial wrinkles and lines, for which they are best known. Naturally occurring in the body, hyaluronic acid serves a vital role to retain skin moisture and help smooth skin texture. It is commonly found in our skin, eyes, and connective tissues. Remarkably, skin HA accounts for 50% of total body hyaluronic acid. (3)  

Types of HA Fillers

In the right hands, dermal fillers are safe and effective cosmetic treatment options. (4) The experienced medical professionals at The Gillian Institute offer a selection of HA fillers that can be utilized during your nipple enhancement procedure.

Juvéderm

Smooth in consistency, Juvéderm is a hyaluronic acid gel that restores skin volume, smooths away wrinkles and folds, and can be used to change the appearance of other areas of the body, such as the nipples. Incorporating Hylacross™ technology, for a longer lasting and softer feeling product, Juvéderm is a versatile treatment to contour and volumize targeted areas.

Restylane

Restylane is a natural cosmetic dermal filler that restores youthful appearance by plumping moderate to severe facial wrinkles that furrow at the corners of the mouth. Requiring no skin test, it is also a safe, effective option for nipple enhancement.

Perlane

Part of the Restylane family of dermal fillers, Perlane is another HA injectable which can be used in nipple enhancement. Typically, it corrects moderate facial folds and wrinkles, and can also be used in lip augmentation. Perlane differs from Restylane as it has larger particles for deeper injection, providing extra fullness for deeper folds and wrinkles. 

Benefits

  • Fast treatment in minutes
  • Hydrates and volumizes the skin
  • Enhances natural features
  • Safe, biocompatible ingredients
  • Last for between 6-18 months
  • Can be dissolved if an adverse event occurs

Candidates

Women who are both confident in their sexuality and looking to project their confidence and femininity are great candidates for nipple enhancement! If this sounds like just the thing for you, get in touch with our Indianapolis offices at (317) 913-3260 to book a personal consultation with our cosmetic breast procedure expert Dr. Short. You can also stay up-to-date with the latest beauty trends and treatments by visiting our blog.

Results

During your treatment, Dr. Short can carefully introduce the HA filler into the skin of the nipple and surrounding areola to encourage prominence. This procedure takes a matter of minutes with absolutely no downtime, leaving you free to get on with your daily routine immediately afterwards!

Corresponding & Complementary Procedures 

Patients seeking nipple enhancement may also be interested in the benefits of several other aesthetic breast procedures offered at The Gillian Institute. Follow the links below for further information.

Cost

The cost of your nipple enhancement procedure may vary depending on your individual circumstances. Dr. Short provides a helpful Pricing table for patients interested in finding out more about the cost of each of the non-surgical treatments and surgical procedures she offers.

FAQ

What kind of nipple surgery did Kendall Jenner get?

It is reliably assumed that Kendall Jenner may have opted for non-surgical dermal fillers to make her nipples more prominent.

Are fillers available for nipples?

Yes! A selection of common hyaluronic acid dermal fillers can be utilized in a nipple enhancement procedure. To find out more, speak to a medical professional who specializes in breast enhancement treatments.

How can I make my nipples more prominent?

If you are self-conscious about inverted nipples, you may consider a nipple correction procedure. Nipple enhancement with dermal fillers can improve the prominence of your nipples for an eye-catching, feminine aesthetic appearance.

References

  1. Sue, G. R., Seither, J. G., & Nguyen, D. H. (2019). Use of hyaluronic acid filler for enhancement of nipple projection following breast reconstruction: An easy and effective technique. JPRAS Open, 23, 19–25. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpra.2019.10.003 
  2. Akinbiyi, T., Othman, S., Familusi, O., Calvert, C., Card, E. B., & Percec, I. (2020). Better Results in Facial Rejuvenation with Fillers. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Global Open, 8(10). https://doi.org/10.1097/GOX.0000000000002763 
  3. Papakonstantinou, E., Roth, M., & Karakiulakis, G. (2012). Hyaluronic acid: A key molecule in skin aging. Dermato-Endocrinology, 4(3), 253–258. https://doi.org/10.4161/derm.21923 
  4. MHS, K. L., MD. (2019, July 15). Dermal fillers: The good, the bad and the dangerous. Retrieved from Harvard Health website: https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/dermal-fillers-the-good-the-bad-and-the-dangerous-201907152561