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Labiaplasty Vaginal Rejuvenation Surgery


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Labiaplasty

A Labiaplasty, commonly referred to as labia reduction, is an aesthetic surgery for the female genitalia, which involves reduction of the labia (skin surrounding the vaginal opening). Patients request the surgery because their labia either hangs or appears to be too long. Some patients complain of discomfort during sex or when wearing tight undergarments. South Florida Center For Cosmetic Surgery offers the best doctors for labiaplasty.

Clitoral Hood Reduction

Clitoral hood reduction surgery is a cosmetic surgery of the female genitalia. It is intended to reduce the appearance of a large clitoris by removing excess skin overlying the clitoris (called the clitoral hood). This procedure is often combined with a labiaplasty.

The goals of a clitoral hood reduction surgery are to improve the aesthetic appearance of your genitalia, make it easier to wear tight fitting clothing or bathing suits without visibility, and to decrease pain associated with sex or tight fitting clothing when working out, and to improve sensation during sex.

Vaginoplasty

Vaginoplasty is a surgical procedure to treat vaginal wall laxity to increase friction for more pleasurable sex.  Vaginal laxity may result from vaginal delivery or as women age.  This procedure tightens the vaginal wall to 2.5 finger breadths by removing excess vaginal lining. The procedure is similar to an episiotomy surgical repair after childbirth. It is often combined with a labiaplasty and clitoral hood reduction surgery.

Recovery

When you awaken after your labiaplasty, clitoral hood reduction, or vaginoplasty surgery you will experience some discomfort for a few hours after the anesthesia wears off.

Your surgeon will give you medication to keep you as comfortable as possible. We suggest not to have sexual intercourse for a 30 day period.

You may shower the day after your procedure, though many of our patients choose to wait an additional day. After showering, pat dry the incision area or use a cool hair dryer.

Avoiding cigarette smoking during the first two weeks after surgery will greatly assist your body’s natural healing processes.

Patients whose jobs do not involve full-time sitting usually return to work in just a few days. Other patients wait up to two weeks.

One month after your procedure swelling will have reduced substantially and you may resume your normal exercise routine.

Be sure to ask your surgeon about any concerns or questions you have about the recovery process. At South Florida Center, we believe your health and happiness are

Possible Side Effects

Labiaplasty, clitoral hood reduction, and vaginoplasty are extremely safe and effective procedures when performed properly with experience and care.  Healing in this region is very favorable due to its vascularity and scars are very well hidden.

Any surgery poses a small risk of infection, bleeding and wound healing issues. Patients who smoke, have immune suppressive disorders, and who consume blood thinners are generally more at risk for these problems.

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Frequent Questions

Below you will find a list of frequent questions about Labiaplasty. If you cannot find the answer you are looking for, please write to us, be sure to include the procedure name and your question!

How do I prepare for this procedure?

During your initial preoperative visit with your surgeon, we will need your complete medical history, including all of your medications, allergies and previous surgeries. You will undergo a thorough physical examination and blood tests. Feel free to talk to your doctor about the exact look you are hoping to achieve and any questions you have about your procedure.

How long does the procedure take?

Operating time for the labiaplasty is about one hour.

How long before I can return to my normal activities?

Some activities may be resumed in a matter of days, such as returning to a job that does not require constant sitting. Strenuous activities, such as your normal exercise regime, must wait two or three weeks. Your doctor will follow your progress closely and advise you as to which activities are safe during your healing process.

How long before i can resume having sex?

You can resume sexual activity 30 days after your labiaplasty, clitoral hood reduction, and vaginoplasty.

How long before i can return to my normal activities?

Some activities may be resumed in a matter of days, such as returning to a job that does not require constant sitting. Strenuous activities, such as your normal exercise regime, must wait two or three weeks. Your doctor will follow your progress closely and advise you as to which activities are safe during your healing process.

Can labia tear at future births after labiaplasty? 

Birth trauma can result in tears regardless of whether or not you had a labiaplasty. Fortunately these tears are usually not along the labiaplasty incision, especially if more than 6 weeks has passed since your surgery.

Can labiaplasty create less friction to make sex less pleasurable for a male partner?

Birth trauma can result in tears regardless of whether or not you had a labiaplasty. Fortunately these tears are usually not along the labiaplasty incision, especially if more than 6 weeks has passed since your surgery.

Take the next step: call us at (954) 565-7575 or toll-free at (800) 274-LIPO today to schedule your appointment at the South Florida Center for Cosmetic Surgery.

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Patient pictures are showing Before and After results are actual patients – Individual results vary. Client Testimonials are based on personal experience and are the opinion of individual clients. Any claims made on this website are intended to provide information about procedures provided here. Realistic Individual results will be discussed with you based on your information with an initial consult with a doctor or health care professional provided for your free consultation. The information provided is NOT intended as medical advice and is for your general knowledge only.