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Nipple Reduction Surgery 

Your complete guide and quick links to everything you want to know! ​

A well-developed and normal-sized nipple not only adds sensuality to a breast, but it is also an essential functional requirement for any future breastfeeding.

As a result of the relaxation of social norms and the increasing uncovering of the breast in magazines, fashion, photographic shoots and social media, there has been an increasing trend worldwide for Corrective Nipple Surgery.

Fortunately, most forms of Corrective Nipple Surgery can be performed in the privacy of our Clinic’s Operating Theatre under Local Anaesthesia only with virtually no downtime and a speedy return to work and normal activities.

Enlarged Nipple Reduction

Overly large nipples, known medically as ‘Macrothelia’, and which are often saggy as well, can be reduced in size in our Clinic’s Operating Theatre under Local Anaesthesia only. Potential risks include bleeding, wound infection, nipple numbness, and adverse scarring if you are prone to such.

The Cost of Nipple Reduction Surgery

  • Nipple Reduction Surgery
  • Surgical Fee:

 

  • Both Nipples $8,000
  • Theatre Fee $900
  • Follow-up appointments for up to 6 months are included.

Can I Claim a Medicare or Private Health Insurance Rebate?

Surgical procedures for cosmetic reasons are not eligible for a Medicare Rebate.

Accordingly, all forms of Corrective Nipple & Areolar Surgery do not qualify for a Medicare Rebate, nor can you claim any Theatre or Hospital Fees from your Private Health Insurance.

Terms & Conditions


  • Consultations must be pre-paid at time of booking.
  • Once pre-paid, all consultations are non-refundable and non-transferable but can be moved to another date with at least 3 working days’ notice.
  • Cancellations with less than 3 working days’ notice and ‘no shows’ are not refundable or transferable and will incur a new consultation fee to re-book.
  • All payments by Credit Card & Debit Card attract a 0.3% surcharge and Amex a 1.5% surcharge.
  • The Medical Board of Australia’s new Regulations which came into effect on 1 July 2023 require that:
    • All patients seeking a consultation regarding cosmetic surgery must provide a referral and the referral must be from a GP or other specialist who does not perform cosmetic surgery or non-surgical cosmetic services themselves.
    • If a patient arrives without a referral, the Regulations recommend that the doctor should refrain from seeing the patient – in which event, any pre-paid consultation fee would be lost.

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Our Specialist Plastic Surgeons


Dr Anthony Barker, Plastic Surgeon

Dr Sepehr Lajevardi, Plastic Surgeon

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