Nipple collapses, known as ‘inverted nipple’ in the medical literature, can be corrected with local anesthesia or any surgery of the breast. With a 0.5 cm incision made under the nipple, the nipple is hung up and oil is injected into the base of the nipple. The nipple is fixed to the nipple protector made of silicone, and it is kept in this way for about 2 weeks. When healing is complete, the shield is removed. The only disadvantage of this method is the reduction in milk production.