Who is a candidate for labiaplasty?
Women who are not satisfied with the size or shape of their vaginal lips have the option of cosmetic plastic surgery to remove their displeasure. The Estrella Aesthetic Center has candidates who visit our center with confidence for the realization of their requests, with a specialist staff and a surgeon who appreciate their practice and procedures.
Of course, the only reason why women prefer labial surgery is not the appearance of the vagina. Irritation and discomfort during sexual intercourse may result from a stretched or enlarged appearance. Labiaplasty is a very good choice for women, which is often preferred and the results are satisfactory:
- Are embarrassed by the size, shape, or appearance of their labia
- Have skin rashes, irritation, or hygiene problems such as loss of moist texture
- Avoid certain clothing styles due to their vagina outer structure (labia)
- Are uncomfortable during sexual activity
What are my options for labiaplasty?
Labiaplasty is a cosmetic surgery method applied to improve the appearance of the vagina lips (labia). This procedure is reconstructive surgery like vaginoplasty and is a procedure used to correct functional problems. In some cases, two (2) procedures are combined as part of vaginal rejuvenation.
In Labiaplasty, plastic surgery can be performed on labia major (large external vaginal lips) or labia minor (small, internal vaginal lips). Vaginoplasty may be necessary to tighten a vaginal that is lax as result of giving birth vaginally.
What should I expect after surgery?
During labiaplasty surgery, excess skin is removed and the rest of the skin is reshaped to obtain a symmetrical, attractive sexual organ image. Most of the women can walk and sit at the moment following the operation, provided that the healing process of each patient depends on the person. Mild activities such as walking are recommended, but more strenuous exercise after surgery should be started at least one (1) month after the procedure. Avoidance of sexual intercourse for four (4) to six (6) weeks should also be avoided for the success of the surgical procedure.