Labiaplasty is a cosmetic genital surgical procedure that will reduce the size or change the shape of the small lips on the outside of the vagina (the labia minora).
Many women are born with large or irregular labia. Others develop this condition after childbirth, aging, or for unknown reasons. The appearance of the enlarged labia can cause embarrassment with a sexual partner or loss of self-esteem. Some women just want to look like the women they see in magazines or in films.
There are health reasons for someone to have labia surgery. Chronic labial irritation can sometimes develop in women who wear tight clothing. Discomfort can occur with sex, sports, work, or other physical activities.
Labiaplasty surgery can enhance the cosmetic appearance of the outer vagina, giving greater confidence and self-esteem. Women whose labia become irritated and painful will often find relief after the procedure is performed.
Any discomfort that patients experience can be managed with medication. Because dissolvable sutures are used, there are no stitches that need to be removed. Some slight bruising and swelling can be expected around the labia and surrounding tissue. Most patients are able to return to work on the day after surgery, though more strenuous activities will need to be postponed for four to six weeks.
Learn More about Sexual Health and Cosmetic Genital Surgery
Many patients suffer from genital deformities or believe their sexual health could be improved. It’s a taboo subject for many but recent advancements in plastic surgery has made this topic more open and acceptable than ever before. Arizona Facial Plastics offers several services and procedures to help people improve their sexual health. Arizona Facial Plastics offers several services and procedures to help people improve their sexual health. We are dedicated to offering you the highest quality aesthetic and sexual health services possible. Arizona Facial Plastics maintains a vast inventory of medical grade products and offers a free consultation for sexual health services.
No physician, sexual partner or spouse should tell you to have a sexual health procedure or cosmetic genital surgery. Only the individual considering cosmetic genital surgery can make that decision. Only the patient can make the decision to go to surgery after the physician discusses with the risks, benefits and alternatives to cosmetic genital surgery.
The surgeons at Arizona Facial Plastics give patients the knowledge, facts about each procedure, and alternatives to sexual health procedures in Arizona. To learn more about our offices’ offerings, please call our office at (480) 991-6877 or visit us anytime at www.nvpsaz.com.
*Results may vary. These results are not guaranteed.