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Many women turn to labiaplasty surgery for aesthetic reasons. This procedure will decrease and/or reshape the inner skin, called the labia minora. It is responsible for covering the female clitoris and vaginal opening. There are instances when a woman will have oversized labia on one or both sides. This can cause painful intercourse, as well as interfere with daily activities. Things such as riding a bicycle, horseback riding, and wearing tight clothing may be painful and embarrassing. The results of feminine rejuvenation before and after this procedure can greatly improve a woman’s life.

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Labiaplasty (Vaginal Rejuvenation) Beverly Hills FAQs

Does vaginal rejuvenation work?

Yes, vaginal rejuvenation is becoming an increasingly popular procedure for many women. The procedure aims to improve the overall condition and appearance of a woman's vagina by offering solutions such as tightening or reshaping the labia majora or minora, increasing lubrication, tightening, reducing urinary incontinence, and even restoring one's ability to experience sexual pleasure.

What are the medical reasons for labiaplasty?

Some women may experience an abnormally large, irregular, asymmetric, or long labia minora due to genetics and hormones, which can cause symptoms of discomfort in various forms, emotionally or physically. Other medical reasons for considering vaginal rejuvenation include:
  • Childbirth damage resulting in reduced sensation
  • Correction of congenital defects
  • Bladder control issues from overly stretched tissues
  • Scar tissue buildup from surgery or trauma
  • Decreased blood flow to the genitals leading to poor lubrication
  • Hormonal changes causing menopausal dryness that results in painful sex

What qualifies you for a labiaplasty?

The purpose of this procedure could be aesthetic or functional or both. Some women just want to feel more confident about the appearance of their intimate areas. Others seek to reduce or eliminate the discomfort associated with enlarged inner labia in women. Sometimes women experience chafing and irritation during physical activities like exercise due to their naturally occurring or acquired large inner labial folds. The presence of chronic pain in the genital area due to enlarged labial tissues can also indicate that this surgery would benefit you but getting it done for aesthetic purposes alone is just fine too.

Does labiaplasty make you tighter?

Research suggests that labiaplasty may reduce the size of labial tissues and improve sexual satisfaction. The procedure results in a smoother and tighter appearance. However, there is currently no scientific evidence to suggest that labiaplasty can make one "tighter." We do have lasers and radiofrequency devices in our office that help with internal tightening.

How painful is labiaplasty?

Local anesthesia is used during labiaplasty procedures so you won't feel any pain during treatment. After your surgery, you will likely experience minimal discomfort that could last up to 2 weeks, usually less depending on how quickly your body recovers from the trauma. During this recovery period, doctors typically prescribe pain medications for pain management.

What are the risks of labiaplasty?

Labiaplasty is an operation that involves the reshaping or reduction of the labia minora. It reduces discomfort due to chafing and improves sexual pleasure and the overall appearance of the vagina. The potential risks associated with labiaplasty include: Bleeding Infection Changes in Sensitivity Scarring

Does insurance pay for labiaplasty?

Labiaplasty is a surgical procedure that reshapes and reduces the size of the labia, commonly referred to as "inner lips." Since this surgery is considered cosmetic, most insurance companies will not cover it. However, if you need to have an enlarged labia surgically reduced for medical reasons (for instance, if it's causing pain or discomfort), then some insurance providers may be willing to cover part or all of your costs.

What is the best age to get a labiaplasty?

The best age to get a labiaplasty is a highly individualized decision between you and your plastic surgeon. Generally speaking, labiaplasty can be safely performed on adult women after the completion of puberty, typically at age 18 or older. That said, younger adults experiencing physical discomfort from enlarged labia may also be candidates for the procedure if they receive approval from an experienced board-certified plastic surgeon and their parent or legal guardian.

Why do people want a labiaplasty?

Labiaplasty is a cosmetic surgery procedure intended to reduce the size of the labia minora (inner labia) or correct asymmetries of that area. It is becoming increasingly popular among women who want to feel more confident about their appearance and those who experience discomfort or pain in tight clothing due to enlarged inner labia. While it is not medically necessary, many women decide to get a labiaplasty for cosmetic and medical reasons.

How much does labiaplasty cost?

The cost of a labiaplasty depends on several factors, such as geographic location, the complexity of your case, the type of anesthesia used, and which clinician you select for performing your surgery. Generally speaking, most patients spend between $2,500 - $8,000 USD.
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