This is a wonderful procedure for rejuvenating the vaginal area and can help to restore a woman’s confidence. Labiaplasty may be combined with internal vaginoplasty. Good candidates for labiaplasty include women who are self-conscious about the appearance of the vagina.
Dr. Vitenas performs labiaplasty in his office operating suite and at the adjacent Day Surgery Center, an outpatient facility at Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital.
The procedure takes about one hour to complete and is performed with either local anesthesia or general anesthesia. The incisions are made on the labia minora, which are the two small folds situated between the labia majora. This is followed by excision of the excess skin folds.
The recovery after labiaplasty takes one to two weeks.
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.
- Labia Surgery
- Labia Minora Reduction
- Excess Clitoral Hood Reduction
- Labia Majora Reduction
- Botched Labia Revision
- Vaginal Rejuvenation
- Vaginal Tightening
- Labia Majora Convergence
- Labia Majora Augmentation
- Lateral Redundant Prepuce
- Mons Pubis Reduction
- Gaping Introitus
- G-spot injections
Q – What is labiaplasty?
Labiaplasty is a plastic surgery procedure which involves the removal of excess skin from the opening of the vagina in order to rejuvenate the vaginal area. Excess skin may occur after childbirth, and its removal can help to restore a woman’s confidence.
Q – Who is a candidate for labiaplasty?
Women who are self-conscious about the appearance of the vagina may be good candidates for labiaplasty.
Q – What should I expect during a consultation for labiaplasty?
During the consultation for labiaplasty, Dr. Vitenas will go over your complete medical history, take the time to understand your goals, and answer all of your questions. He will discuss reasonable and expected outcomes, and explain the details of the procedure including the technique, the recovery, the risks, the costs, and financing options.
Q – Where is the surgery for labiaplasty performed?
Dr. Vitenas performs labiaplasty procedures in his office operating suite and at the adjacent Day Surgery Center, an outpatient facility at Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital.
Q – What is the price for a Labiaplasty or labia reduction cosmetic surgery?
There are many reasons for the variation in pricing, such as weather the procedure is done in our office or at the hospital and complexity of the surgery. Less-experienced doctors tend to charge than experienced surgeons. The price range for Labiaplasty (reduction of the labia) is $4,250 -$5,850, this price includes operating room, any anesthesia, the surgeons fees. Included in your surgery cost are post-op aftercare kits to assist with making recovery more comfortable. Once you have met with Dr. Vitenas, he will provide you with an official price quote based on your individual goals.
Q – What type of anesthesia is used for labiaplasty?
Labiaplasty may be performed with general anesthesia or local anesthesia.
Q – How is labiaplasty performed?
The incision for labiaplasty is located on the labia minora, the two small folds situated between the labia majora. Once the incision is made, the excess skin folds are excised.
Q – How long is the surgery for labiaplasty?
The surgery for labiaplasty is about one hour long.
Q – Is labiaplasty a painful procedure?
After the labiaplasty procedure, patients may feel a bit sore but medication can help to manage this.
Q – How long is the recovery after labiaplasty?
The recovery after labiaplasty takes about one to two weeks.
Q – What is the recovery like after labiaplasty?
Patients can expect a recovery of about one to two weeks after labiaplasty. Some light bruising and swelling may occur around the labia and surrounding tissue. There are no stitches that need to be removed because dissolvable sutures are used. Any discomfort that patients experience can be managed with medication.
Q – When will I be able to return to work after my labiaplasty procedure?
Patients are often able to return to work on the day after the labiaplasty procedure.
Q – When will I be able to exercise after my labiaplasty procedure?
Patients will need to postpone strenuous exercise and activities for about four to six weeks after the labiaplasty procedure.
Q – What are the risks or possible complications of labiaplasty?
The potential risks or complications associated with labiaplasty may include bleeding, infection, and scarring.
Q – Is it possible to finance my labiaplasty procedure?
There are financing options available for plastic surgery, and Dr. Vitenas will discuss these with you during your initial labiaplasty consultation.