Labiaplasty – About the Procedure (with Before and Afters)

The aesthetics of your labia can be very influential on your self-esteem and confidence, and it can make women feel self-conscious going into intimate situations. The Labiaplasty procedure or vaginal rejuvenation alters the inner lips and/or the outer lips, giving a tucked petite finish and ultimately helping women feel great about their bodies.

Deciding to act upon a physical attribute that you have possibly dealt with all of your adult life is not an easy step to take. The team at Cosmetic Avenue are there to support you and guide you through the process. This article will discuss all you need to know about Labiaplasty including; labiaplasty costs, potential risks, labiaplasty healing time, Labiaplasty before and afters and everything in between.

What is Labiaplasty and What Happens During the Procedure
Reasons for the Procedure
Potential Risks
Labiaplasty Melbourne
Labiaplasty Before and Afters
Costs of Labiaplasty
Labiaplasty Recovery and Healing Time

What is Labiaplasty and What Happens During the Procedure

What is Labiaplasty?

Labiaplasty covers all procedures that modify the Labia. As every woman’s body is different, there is no one set procedure to suit every individual. The most common procedure is the reduction of the inner lips (labia minora). Still, other modifications to the outer lips (labia majora), the clitoral hood and/or the mons pubis (the triangular region where the pubic hair grows) are in the category.

What Happens During the Procedure?

The procedure is performed under local anesthesia or a general anaesthetic, so if you prefer you can be asleep and unaware when the procedure is underway.

First, a small incision is made along the labia minora, just under the vaginal lips of the labia majora. Next, excess skin is removed until the desired shape and appearance is met. Finally, dissolvable stitches are inserted to promote correct healing.

Reasons for the Procedure

There are a few reasons for undergoing labiaplasty surgery. For some women, it is a physical issue that has affected their confidence and self-esteem going into intimate situations or circumstances where tight clothing is worn, e.g. tights, swimwear etc. For others, excess skin can pinch and hurt during sexual intercourse, or it can be a mixture of both. For all the reasons above, there is validation because at the end of the day you deserve to look and feel your best!

At Cosmetic Avenue, we encourage all women to speak up about such issues and act upon any physical attributes that make them feel uncomfortable.

Potential Risks

When you have any type of surgery, there are of course potential risks. The degree of risk changes depending on the type of procedure, and labiaplasty is very low risk. However, there are risks nonetheless;

● Excessive bleeding
● Infection
● Scarring
● Loss of sensation

Although these risks are very rare, it is imperative to discuss any worries or concerns that you have about them before going into the surgery. Cosmetic Avenue is there every step of the way supporting you in every decision you make.

Labiaplasty Melbourne

Cosmetic Avenue’s results for Labiaplasty in Melbourne are the best. Customer satisfaction is at the top of the priority list, and when choosing the right place to go for labiaplasty in Melbourne, you should pick the place that orbits around your needs and desires. For more information, follow the link – Labiaplasty Melbourne.

Labiaplasty Before and Afters

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The Cost of Labiaplasty

As every labia is different, no procedure is the same. All labiaplasty costs are inclusive of hospital fees, surgeons fees, anaesthetist fees, and six months of aftercare appointments.

Labiaplasty Healing Time and Recovery

Recovery is different for everyone, and although this surgical procedure is invasive, on average, most women are back to work a couple of days after their surgery. To ensure you’re comfortable and minimise complications when you return to work, we recommend that you try and take one week off work.

The full healing time for labiaplasty surgery may take a few weeks, and you will be prescribed medication to counteract any pain levels that you’re experiencing. Within this recovery period, you may also experience swelling, redness and bruising; these side effects are just a part of the body’s natural healing process.

Keep in mind that although it’s okay to go back to work within a couple of days, you should still avoid vigorous activities for at least two weeks and sexual intercourse for up to 6 weeks. Cosmetic Avenue is there for all calls and queries if you are unsure of what qualifies as physical work. Consulting your doctor is the best way to a quick and easy recovery.

You will notice results immediately after your surgery, but you won’t see the final result until you have fully healed. The full benefits will be apparent within three months post-surgery. You’ll be wearing tight clothing, there won’t be any pinching, pain or discomfort during sex and you’re guaranteed to be feeling positive and confident about your body.

FAQs

Will I have scarring?

All invasive procedures involve scarring, but before the surgery, during your consultation, the surgeon will discuss the location of your scar and how they will try to minimalise it as much as possible.

What happens to the stitches?

Cosmetic surgeons use dissolvable stitches, and they will be gone within 3-4 weeks.

Will I need revisional surgery?

In most cases, individuals that undergo the procedure will not need revisional surgery; however, certain complications can occur with its asymmetry or a minor irregularity.

What do I need to do before the surgery?

In your pre-surgery consultation, your doctor will provide guidelines establishing the best possible result. Analysis of your medical record will provoke any further action taken including; blood tests, urine samples and X-rays.

Exercising regularly, eating a healthy diet and not smoking are the three main health contributors that you can instil before your operation.

Setting up a recovery plan is of the utmost importance. Organise time off with work, make sure someone is with you immediately after the surgery as some activities and small movements may be painful for the first day.

Is labiaplasty right for me?

If you’re experiencing any pain, or impact on your mental health then you have the right to act upon these feelings and make a change.

References

https://plasticsurgery.org.au/procedures/surgical-procedures/labiaplasty/
https://www.healthline.com/health/labiaplasty#why-its-done
https://www.cosmeticavenue.com.au/labiaplasty/
https://www.drjanepaterson.com.au/plastic-surgery/labiaplasty/