Genital Aesthetics – Labiaplasty
Genital Aesthetics – Labiaplasty
There are various forms of aesthetic surgery that can be applied for women. They are designed to improve the appearance and functionality of the genitals.
Like most of the human anatomy, the female genitals come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and appearances within ordinary limits. Before any surgical intervention, it is important to determine if surgery is required or if other solutions are available.
People can return to regular social and professional activities shortly after an aesthetic operation. The surgeon and staff will communicate clearly with the patient in advance of the surgery to ensure that clear, attainable objectives are established. This helps to guarantee patient satisfaction with these procedures. Advanced medical methods and state-of-the-art equipment are used to provide the patient with the results they want.
Labial Correction, Reduction:
Labial straightening involves a series of procedures designed to reduce the size of the ‘inner lips’ of the vagina. Women undertake this operation to achieve the appearance and functionality they desire. Women sometimes report labial discomfort in ordinary circumstances such as while wearing tight clothes or cycling. A labial procedure can correct this.
Vaginal Tightening (Vaginoplasty):
A vagina that is unusually large can provide sexual problems for women and their partners. Incompatibility between the sexual organs of partners can be a serious issue. Vaginoplasty eliminates sexual problems relating to the size of the vagina. Some find that this procedure is necessary due to childbirth or ageing.
The clitoral hood is the tissue that covers and surrounds the clitoris, the woman’s erectile tissue. This tissue or cap can often grow together with enlarged labia minora. The enlargement of the clitoral cover can negatively affect sexual pleasure during intercourse. Additionally, women with a flared clitoral hood may also want an improved cosmetic look.
The clitoris is important for women’s sexual pleasure. The clitoris, equivalent to a man’s penis, is covered with a cap (similar to the man’s foreskin). Sometimes this cap or tissue cover may be large, resulting in a lack of stimulation to the clitoris. It may also be uncomfortable when wearing tight clothing.
Mons pubis is a soft, rounded floor of tissue above the pubic bone just above the female genital area. As women get older, after childbirth, or with significant weight gain or loss, this area may change, grow, or develop excess skin. Many women are unhappy with the resulting appearance and the difficulty in achieving sexual pleasure it can cause.
To correct this issue, excess fat is removed by liposuction. It can also be lifted and combined with a tummy tuck to give this area a more fluid appearance.
Birth Marks (Perineoplasty):
Perineoplasty treatment can be used to tear in the perineum during delivery. Problematic or painful births can cause severe deformations in the perineum. Perineoplasty procedures can be used to correct postpartum stitch marks, deformations or aesthetic effects.
Virginal Dice (Hymen/Hymenoplasty):
Hymenoplasty is an aesthetic method applied to correct the virginal membrane. Correction of the membrane can be necessary for various reasons. Hymenoplasty is the surgical correction of a membrane that partially prevents vaginal opening. The hymen is located 1-2cm behind the entrance to the vagina and can be completely or partially torn due to sexual intercourse, accidents, trauma or other causes.
Although there are two basic techniques, the technique known as ‘permanent hymenoplasty’ is preferred and recommended. Permanent hymenoplasty is a result that can be preserved for years with the tissue taken from the vagina. Sexual abstinence is required for at least two months after this procedure.
It is a procedure that can be performed under local anaesthesia and does not require hospitalisation. Hymen repairs will only be visible to a specialist during an examination.
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