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Labiaplasty is commonly known as vagina plastic surgery or labial reduction. The labia minora is the inner portion of a women’s vagina. The labia major is the outer portion of a women’s vagina.

Am I the right candidate?

Some women have larger inner vaginal lips or they have asymmetrical vaginal lips. Having a larger labia minora can cause daily discomfort, discomfort during sexual intercourse, and have women feeling insecure about their vaginal appearance. Many women feel insecure when they wear tight clothing and try to avoid this due to discomfort. There are many reasons as to why some women have this over others. Their genetics, pregnancies, and other bodily factors can all play a role in having larger or asymmetrical labia. During your consultation, this will be discussed and the best treatment plan will be made for you and your body.

What happens during the treatment?

The surgery, known as Labiaplasty, is performed to reduce the length of the labia minora or majora or to make them more symmetrical. This surgery will be performed under local anesthesia. During the procedure, Dr. Michael Desvigne and his staff will remove excess skin from the labia and then sew it together with sutures.

What results should I expect?

The results of a labiaplasty will shorten the labia minora and/or majora and will allow for women to feel more confident with themselves and their bodies. The majority of women love the results and experience better pleasure during sexual activities with their partners.

What happens while I am healing from the treatment?

We recommend abstaining from sexual intercourse and using tampons for four to six weeks post surgery. This will ensure proper healing of the incision and less discomfort. Using an ice pack to reduce swelling is recommended.