Labia rejuvenation for a confident new you even in the most intimate of moments.
Age, maternity or genetics can leave significant signs on female genitalia which in turn may cause discomfort, lack of confidence and even sexual dissatisfaction. A labiaplasty, or labia rejuvenation, addresses an enlarged or elongated labia minora, reducing its size or reshaping it to restore self-esteem and comfort. This procedure is growing increasingly popular in recent years, as more women become aware that it is a safe and effective option.
Our team of highly qualified, board-certified experts will accompany you throughout the whole process in utmost comfort and discretion.
Are You a
Candidate for a labiaplasty?
A labiaplasty is the right choice for you if you have any of the following concerns:
- Vaginal lips that protrude beyond the vaginal opening
- Pain during intercourse or other activities
- Labia are visible when wearing a bathing suit or workout clothing
- Inability to perform some activities due to discomfort
- Skin irritation or frequent infections in the vaginal area
Wedge Method of Labiaplasty
This excision method tends to be the most popular with labiaplasty patients, because it produces the most natural result. A triangular piece of tissue is removed from the inner labia, known as the labia minora, and may also include removal of a portion of the outer labia or labia majora. This technique is particularly beneficial for women with significant amount of protrusion.
Trim or Edge Method of Labiaplasty
During this procedure, excess skin is removed from the edge of the labia minora to create a smoother contour. This procedure may be good for women with less protrusion and has a shorter recovery period.
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The Recovery Process
Patients would experience some swelling in the genital area for a short period of time after the surgery. We will provide you with a special cushion that would make sitting more comfortable for the first few days. You will be able to go back to your normal routine within 3-4 days of the procedure, yet we recommend that you reduce your activity levels and avoid intercourse to give the labia sufficient time to heal.