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Nipple Improvement Through Radiesse

September 22, 2009 |

Breast enhancement procedures have been around for years, but only recently has nipple enhancement come along as a stand alone procedure.

Breast augmentations , breast lifts , and breast reduction surgeries have improved the appearance of women’s breasts for decades. Often, areola reductions or enlargements are also performed along with these other breast surgeries, allowing women to adjust the size, shape or location of the areola (the darker, pigmented skin around the nipple).

Although breast procedures have always been popular and have given millions of women new confidence in their curves, until recently, women who were dissatisfied with the size or shape of their nipples have had surprisingly few options. This has changed, with the advent of a creative new approach to improving the appearance of the nipple.

Radiesse may be able to provide the answer for many women dissatisfied with their nipples. Radiesse has traditionally found use in the plastic surgery realm as a wrinkle filler. However, this calcium-based gel has found a new purpose as an injectable used to enhance the shape, size and appearance of the nipple.

Used alone or in conjunction with an areola procedure or breast altering surgery, Radiesse can smooth the texture of the nipples, add volume and create a more balanced and beautiful nipple. This means a woman who has her areola or breasts enlarged or reduced can now improve the appearance of her nipples as well.

Many women are dissatisfied with the size of their nipples because they feel that the areola and the nipple are unmatched or disproportionately sized. Using Radiesse to create a larger nipple can make the nipple size more proportionate to the areola, and can improve the overall appearance of the breast. The injections can also reduce the appearance of scarring from other surgical procedures, making the breast and nipple look more natural and aesthetically pleasing.

Dr. Grant Stevens, a board certified plastic surgeon who has been performing areola reductions as part of breast lifts and breast reductions for years, reports that many patients are “very impressed with the results” of this non-surgical procedure. Results last for several months without a need for retreatment, and because this is an outpatient procedure, it can open the doors to improved breast appearance for women who are unwilling to undergo a full areola reduction or breast altering procedure.

By Staff Writer for American Health and Beauty, September 22, 2009

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