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Treatment time

1-2 hours

Recovery time

It depends on the individual parameters of the patient
5-7 days

Methods

You need consultation of the doctor to determine the methods of treatment
With or without fat transfer

Follow Up

7 days, 6 weeks, 6 months

(Aesthetic Genital Surgery, Designer Vaginas)

Aesthetic surgery of the female genitalia, or ‘designer vaginas’, includes a number of surgical procedures designed to improve their appearance. It is claimed that, occasionally, sexual function may be enhanced.

The most commonly requested procedures are labial reduction (‘labiaplasty’) and vaginal tightening (‘vaginaplasty’) operations. Other procedures include liposuction to the mons pubis; fat injections to the labia majora or mons in order to give a more youthful appearance to these areas; removal or reduction of skin around the clitoris (‘hoodectomy’), to improve clitoral sensitivity; and reconstruction of the hymen for cultural reasons. Laser therapy has been described for the removal of labial wrinkles; and hair transplantation for hypotrichosis of the mons pubis.

Labial reduction

It includes a number of operations designed to decrease the size and degree of protruberance of the labia minora, or ‘inner lips’ of the vagina. The most common reason for women to request this operation is because the labia are perceived to be too large and aesthetically un-pleasing. A small number of women state that the large size of their labia make them noticeable in tight clothing, or make sports such as cycling uncomfortable. Others have problems with penetration.

The procedure is relatively simple, excising an area of the labia minora using a variety of incisions; and can be performed under local anaesthetic. Careful placement of the scar is important, however, in order to prevent painful scar contracture along the rim of the labia.

Vaginal tightening

Operations are requested by some women who feel that their vagina has become lax following childbirth, or with age. As a consequence, they claim that sex is less satisfying for them or their partner. The procedure may be as simple as placing sutures at the introitus (vaginal opening), or may involve excising excess vaginal mucosa together with tightening the muscles of the posterior vaginal wall.

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