Labiaplasty is surgery to improve the appearance of a woman’s external genitalia, which is tailored to achieve each woman’s goals, whether it’s to augment, remove excess fat or skin, rejuvenate sagging tissues, or hymen reconstruction. The plastic surgeons at Strax Aesthetics in Lauderhill and Sunrise, Florida, have extensive expertise in performing the diverse range of labiaplasty procedures. Contact the office today for a consultation to discuss how the experienced doctors can safely and effectively give you the appearance you desire.

Laser Reduction Labiaplasty with Reduction of Excess Prepuce

Laser Reduction Labiaplasty with Reduction of Excess Prepuce (excess skin along the sides of the clitoris) can provide the true playboy aesthetic look. Women tell us that they want the skin to drape neatly over the clitoris. The reduction of the excess prepuce provides the desired aesthetic enhancement of the clitoral skin. The majority of women having laser reduction labiaplasty need the reduction of excess prepuce for a complete aesthetic result.

Augmentation Labiaplasty

Augmentation Labiaplasty can provide aesthetically enhanced and youthful labia majora by autologous fat transplant (removal of the patient’s fat via liposculpturing and transplanting it into the labia majora).

Frequently Asked Questions

General or local anesthesia is used to prevent any pain or discomfort during surgery.

Most women take approximately one week off from work to recover. Prescription or over-the-counter medication can alleviate pain or discomfort in the days immediately following surgery; ice packs can also help reduce pain and swelling. Patients will be prescribed medication to reduce pain and inflammation. Wearing loose clothing and undergarments can help make the recovery process more comfortable.

Patients are also encouraged to avoid exercise and other activities, including sex, that put pressure on the healing wound for four to six weeks. Patients should abstain from using tampons for up to six weeks after surgery.

When performed by a qualified plastic surgeon, labiaplasty does not leave visible scarring. The scars from the incision should be concealed within the natural creases of the skin.

With some surgical procedures, there is some initial numbing in the area where the incisions are made. This will subside over time.

If you are a healthy female with an excessive amount of tissue (4-5cm) on the labia, you are likely a good candidate for labiaplasty.