9 The Strand Penshurst
NSW 2222, Australia
02 9580 5320
Minimally Invasive Improvement of Female Genitalia
Female genital cosmetic surgery and medicine consists of a number of different procedures that have become more popular in recent years.
Labioplasty is the most commonly performed procedure, but female genital vaginal rejuvenation has also been considered to include procedures such as liposculpture of the mons pubis and labia majora, fat transfer into labia majora, use of Hyaluronic acid and Platelet Rich Plasma Injections
Women seek these procedures for functional, hygienic and/or cosmetic concerns. Women with functional concerns report problems with discomfort when wearing tight clothing or when undertaking specific activities.
It is very important to realise that the appearance of the labia varies widely – there is no single “normal” appearance of the female genitalia.
Labioplasty is day surgery that can be done under local anaesthetic with sedation There are a few different surgical approaches to reduce the size or change the shape of the labia. The most common approaches are either removal of a small V- shaped wedge from one area along the labia minora, or minimally trimming the skin of the labia minora.
Absorbable sutures are used . The site will be sensitive for further 6 weeks.
Change in skin sensation- Diminished (or loss of) skin sensation in the labia may not totally resolve after labiaplasty.
Skin contour irregularities- Visible and palpable wrinkling of skin can occur. Pigment irregularities- Visible discoloration of the edge of the labia majora/minora can occur.
Scarring – Scars may be unattractive and of different colour than surrounding skin Asymmetry- Labia are normally uneven. Symmetry may not result from the procedure.
Delayed healing– Wound disruption or delayed wound healing is possible.
Swelling, Malposition, scarring, unacceptable appearance or loss of the labia may occur.
Long term effects– Subsequent alterations in body contour may occur as the result of aging, weight loss or gain, pregnancy, or other circumstances not related to the procedure.
2. VAGINAL and VULVAL ATROPHY- use of Platelet Rich Plasma
Indications: Urogenital atrophy Flaccid labia
Weak pelvic floor
Technique: Under local or topical anesthesia the patient’s plasma is injected along labia majora/ minora.
Usually two sessions two weeks apart are performed with 80 % improvement of
3. HYALURONIC ACID Injections
Are used to improve vaginal/ vulval dryness and dyspareunia ( uncomfortable intercourse ).
4. LIPOSCULPTURE of Mons Pubis and Labia Majora
Is a minimal liposuction of pubic area under local anesthesia.
5. FAT TRANSFER into Labia Majora
Is used to fill flaccid aging labia majora with an excellent effect. We use specifically prepared MICROFAT.