Overview of Mons Pubis Fat Reduction
Labiaplasty is a female genital surgical procedure designed to reduce the size of the inner labia (labia minora). The technical term used to describe enlargement of this anatomy is “labia hypertrophy”. Women with this concern may complain of self-consciousness, local irritation, hygiene issues, pain or discomfort.
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Note: At Medaesthetics Subiaco, all procedures are carried out under Local Anaesthesia only, after careful patient selection. Patient deemed unfit or risky to undergo a surgical procedure under local anaesthesia alone are referred to a relevant plastic surgery clinic. We require a 2 weeks “cooling off” period after your initial consultation before booking any surgical treatment.
Frequently Asked Questions
Labiaplasty is a relatively minor surgical procedure. At Medaesthetics®, Labiaplasty surgery is performed under local anaesthesia. The procedure is carried out using radio wave or Co2 Laser devices. There is minimal bleeding and relatively quick recovery compared to the scalpel incision technique.
Following labiaplasty, the female genital region is tender and swollen. This will subside to a great extent after about one week. We suggest icing the area intermittently for the first 24 hours and a female pad should be worn for several days to keep the area dry. Full recovery can take up to six weeks and exercise and sexual intercourse should be refrained for for 4-6 weeks.
Rare complications of Labiaplasty surgery can include infection, discomfort, scarring, under or over correction, sensory loss or sensory changes to the labia area, and pigmentary changes.
Labiaplasty procedure fees vary from person to person depending upon the extent of correction required. Prices are between $3500 and $4500. There is no theatre fees charged as the procedure is performed under local anaesthesia only.