For some women, the appearance of the labia minora or inner labia can be bothersome. A labiaplasty performed by our skilled plastic surgeons at Polyclinic Plastic Surgery can help boost your confidence and enhance your sexuality.
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What is a Labiaplasty?
Age, genetics, and childbirth can all affect the size and shape of the labia. While there is a lot of normal variances some women are bothered by larger labia for both physical and emotional reasons.
A labiaplasty procedure corrects the size and symmetry of a woman’s labia majora and labia minora. Your surgeon will remove excess tissue, reshaping the labia. Incisions are generally well hidden in the inner labia. In addition to enhancing the appearance of the labia minora, you may also be interested in improving vaginal laxity. Click the link below to learn more about how vaginal rejuvenation can help enhance natural vaginal tightness and sexual sensitivity.
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What are the Benefits?
After your labiaplasty at Polyclinic Plastic Surgery, you can expect:
- Improved appearance and function of labia minora and majora
- Enhanced sexual pleasure
- Better fitting underwear, swimsuits, and clothing
- Heightened self-confidence
- Beautiful, natural results
Who is the Ideal Candidate?
Patients who suffer from enlarged tissue or skin laxity in the labia are generally candidates. Ideal candidates will be in good physical shape with no serious medical issues. It is helpful for candidates to have realistic expectations for the outcome.
What Can I Expect from Recovery?
After a labiaplasty, some soreness and discomfort are expected. You will be sent home with a prescription for pain and antibiotics, along with detailed instructions to promote healing at home. You should avoid any strenuous or sexual activity for four weeks after surgery. Your surgeon will monitor your progress with follow-up appointments, making sure you’re healing well.