Most patients seeking labiaplasty feel that there is too much labia minora (inner lips) dangling beyond the labia majora (outer lips). Others feel bulky in pants or a bathing suit to the point of not wanting to wear any revealing clothing. The final group of patients seeking such surgery are active athletes or triathletes who complain of rubbing with biking or running. Labiaplasty is a surgical reduction of the labia minora to reduce the protrusion beyond the labia majora.
Clitorial Hood Reduction is a specific labial surgery requested by women who complain of excess skin or hooding along the top of the clitoris. This redundant skin (clitoral hood) can be trimmed surgically to decrease the bulkiness of the area.
Labia Majora (Lipoinjection)
Labia Majora (Lipoinjection) This procedure rejuvenates labia majora (external) where pubic hair normally grows. It is ideal to fill wrinkled or saggy labia majora.
Labia Majora Reduction
Labia minora reduction surgery, or labioplasty, is a remodeling of the enlarged inner lips of the vulva. Enlargement of the labia minora may be apparent from childhood, but most often it is acquired, caused by childbirth, age or infection.
Reduction and/or Pubic Pexy
A mons lift is a procedure that involves lifting and tightening the mons pubis area (the mound above the pubic bone) to reduce the appearance of an enlarged pubic mound. A mons reduction is a procedure targeted to reducing the overall size of a mons pubis. This can be done as a result of liposuction or abdominoplasty, depending on the overall area and desired results.
Fat transfer to the labia majora
In the standing or sitting position, the labia majora, or outer lips, are the most visible components of a woman’s external genitalia. Like other parts of the body, the labia majora can show signs of aging, particularly when combined with weight fluctuations, child-bearing, and genetic predispositions. Many women are bothered by a deflated, loose, or “hanging” appearance of the labia majora, and thus experience discomfort or embarrassment.
Jacqueline Richa, MD
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