GOOD CANDIDATE /Anyone who wants to
  • A woman who has experienced labial stretching or tearing during childbirth
  • A woman, as a result of significant weight loss, ends up with a large sagging labia
  • A woman who suffers irritation from labia majora hypertrophy (enlargement of the labia)
  • A woman who feels embarrassment during sexual intimacy


What is Labia Majoraplasty?
Aging and sudden changes in body weight can cause extra wrinkles and sagging from a lack of elasticity. Removing excessive skin can give a naturally firmer, tighter, and fuller look.
Some people with large labia minora or secondary skin may experience itchiness from rubbing against the excessively large outer labia majora. Not sure if you're a good candidate for the treatment? During your consultation, we will discuss your questions, concerns, and examine you prior to offering our treatment.


What can be expected during and after the surgery?
It is important to select a surgeon who is experienced in labiaplasty surgery, so that the balance and proportion that is desired is achieved. Labiaplasty can be performed either in the Operating Room or in-office, using a local anesthetic. The procedure usually takes about an hour to perform.
After the surgery, you should plan to take a few days off from work to recover.
It will be important to take these precautions:

  • Avoid prolonged sitting
  • keep the area rested and away from pressure

  • Prevent infections and bacteria
  • Make sure to keep area clean and dry. You may want to wash genital area with salt water after every bowel movement.

  • Avoid using any creams or soaps for a few days

  • Avoid tight clothing.
  • Loose fitting clothes will help heal the area faster

  • Light exercise for about 1-2 weeks after surgery

  • Avoid having sex for 6 weeks, as it may cause trauma to the area

  • Don’t use tampons, instead use pads or liners.
  • Your doctor will advise you on timeline


What are the Risks of Labia Majoraplasty Surgery?
  • You may experience Numbing, swelling, or bruising. This is normal.

  • Applying an ice pack may be helpful

  • You may experience some pain
  • your doctor can advise you on pain management

  • You may have difficulty urinating

  • You may experience constipation
  • let your doctor know if you are suffering


Before and After photo