Thank you for your question. Please stop smoking now and see your PS for evaluation . Now the aim is to minimize the damage and make the wound heal and figure it out what to do later.
Thanks for the question and I'm sorry you're going through this. The best thing you can do right now is not smoke any more. Usually when there is some vascular compromise to nipple and areola, it will improve with time. Sometimes it doesn't. I would go back and see your surgeon so they know about what is going on. Best of luck!
Thank you for sharing your question and I am sorry to hear of your nipple issues. Black coloration is most commonly associated with tissue necrosis or death that has little chance of recovery. I would strongly recommend making an appointment to see your surgeon for an in-person evaluation and discussion of results.
A black nipple after breast augmentation is an emergency you should see your surgeon for immediately. Only in person can anyone diagnose and recommend treatment. Best wishes.
Thank you for your question. If tissue turns black, that's a sign of necrosis or tissue death. Continue not to smoke and go see your surgeon right away to receive proper care. Good luck.
This is a situation that is best managed by your surgeon. It is difficult to tell if, when, and how the nipple will heal. Be sure to continue to abstain from any nicotine. Your surgeon can follow your progress and advise appropriate treatments along the way.
Sorry to hear about your problem, smoking decreases blood flow and can result in complications. It is best to assess your situation by being seen in person and I would contact your PS immediately and stop smoking immediately.
Your doctor will be the best one to advise you about your nipple sine he/she has seen it. However, please avoid any further smoking.
Thank you for your question and I'm sorry to hear about your problem. I would be sure to follow up with your surgeon closely to help manage this issue. It is very important to not smoke. It may not heal properly, but it is difficult to assess without an in person evaluation. Best of luck, Dr. Kludt