Labiaplasty

Studies show that over a third of women are unhappy with the way their labia looks. Some find their labia too dark or too large, while others suffer from hanging skin (which is usually a consequence of aging or childbirth). Luckily, you can improve the shape and appearance of your labia through labiaplasty.

Labiaplasty is a cosmetic procedure that reshapes the labia minora—the vagina’s inner lips—in order to create a more symmetrical and youthful looking vagina. People who have undergone labiaplasty have reported not only increased self-esteem but increased comfort with undergarments as well.

Labiaplasty

You Are A Good Candidate For Labiaplasty If:

  • You are dissatisfied with the shape, size, or color of your labia
  • You want to restore the appearance of your labia
  • You feel genital discomfort during physical activities
  • Your labia hinders you from wearing certain clothes
  • Your labia causes pain and discomfort during intercourse

Labiaplasty can be done under either local or general anesthesia depending on your surgeon’s recommendations as well as the extent of your procedure. Your surgeon will recommend the best course of action given your physical information and medical data.

The surgery causes swelling and bruising that lasts for two to three weeks. Most surgeons prescribe pain relief to help you through the recovery processes. For a speedy recovery, it is best to avoid sexual activity and strenuous physical activity until you are cleared by your surgeon.

What are the benefits of labiaplasty?

  • Increased self-esteem
  • Better labial symmetry
  • Greater sexual satisfaction
  • Increased comfort and confidence wearing swimwear and lingerie

Whether it’s reshaping, shortening, or reducing the size of your labia, it is vital to consult your surgeon one-on-one. Your surgeon will be able to convey the steps you need to take in order to meet your goals for the surgery.

In order to find out if you are a eligible for the procedure, complete our free online assessment form. Our experienced and board-certified surgeons will go over your physical data and medical information and tailor your procedure specifically to your goals.