Labiaplasty

(Labial Reduction)

Labiaplasty is a general term used to describe plastic surgery of a woman’s genitals.  This usually involves a reduction of either the labia minora, labia majora, or both.  Women opt for surgery for a variety of reasons.  The goal of the procedure is to reduce the labia minora to correct damage or stretching of the labia that occurred during childbirth, or to eliminate discomfort or pain experienced from clothing, physical activity or intercourse. A Labiaplasty may be performed to reduce asymmetry when one is longer than the other, or, more commonly, to reduce the length of both labia.  Labiaplasty can also resculpt or reshape the labia to a more normal cosmetic appearance

Labialplasty surgery can be conveniently performed in our office under local anesthesia, or in a hospital setting under General Anesthesia.