Breast With Bumps
The bumps around the nipple of the breast are oil glands (also known as sebaceous glands or Montgomery tubercles). Their function is to lubricate the nipples and keep germs away while breastfeeding. Typically they appear more prominent during pregnancy and breastfeeding. These bumps may remain large after nursing is completed or some individuals may experience these types of bumps regardless of pregnancy or breastfeeding. If this is an issue for you and you’ve been recently pregnant you may want to wait to see if they shrink on their own. If the glands remain large and you dislike their appearance then you may see us for consultation.
We offer complimentary consultation for cosmetic skin surgery and cosmetic medicine. During consultation we explore all treatment options with their risk and benefit and expected outcome. There is no obligation. If you decide to proceed with the treatment then you can make an appointment for the procedure. Click here to ask questions or call us (949)551-1113 to make an appointment to see us. All of our skin surgeries are performed by our expert, experienced dermatologists only.