Labiaplasty – Labia Minora reduction or Labia Majora augmentation
This is an intervention to either reduce the size of prominent or asymmetric labia minora (by removing the excess) or increase the size of labia majora that are too flat by injecting fat (lipofilling) or hyaluronic acid. This makes the vulva more harmonious and sexual intercourse less painful in cases of dyspareunia. It is therefore a surgical procedure addressing both sexual functioning and aesthetic issues.
Crisalix is 3D simulation software that shows the results of aesthetic surgery. This tool helps patients better express their request and enables surgeons to give clear, reasoned explanations. Patients are therefore better informed when they decide to have an operation.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
How do you ensure good healing? Healing depends on rigorous personal hygiene. In other words, you must cleanse your genital area after every time you go to the toilet, gently drying with a hair dryer, disinfecting, and wearing protection pads in your knickers. You are also advised to wear loose-fitting clothes.
Is this a painful intervention? No, this intervention is not very painful and any pain is relieved effectively by level I analgesics such as Paracetamol®.
When can I start having sex again? Resuming sexual intercourse depends on how long healing takes, which will be at least 3-4 weeks. Dr Bron will give the go-ahead at your 1-month post-operative consultation.
Before the intervention
Two consultations need to be arranged: one with the plastic surgeon and the other with the anaesthetist.
You will be given a quote and a mutual informed consent form, which must both be signed before the intervention.
Stop smoking for 1 month before and after the intervention.
Do not take aspirin (except for cardiovascular indications to be discussed with your cardiologist and/or anaesthetist) for 10 days before the intervention.
Do not take anti-inflammatory drugs for 10 days before the intervention.
Shaving is not obligatory.
Pre-operative photographs are taken.
15-day medico-legal reflection period (which cannot be shortened) between the 1st consultation and the intervention.
Day of the intervention
General anaesthetic or local anaesthetic in conjunction with diazanalgesia (twilight anaesthetic).
Duration of the intervention: 30 mins-1 hour on average.
You can go home the same day as the intervention (outpatient procedure).
After the intervention
Wear protection pads in your knickers.
Wear loose-fitting clothes to avoid any compression.
Carry out personal hygiene after every time you go to the toilet.
Gently dry with a hair dryer after every shower.
Oedema for 1-2 weeks.
Start having sex again: gradually, after 3-4 weeks.
Return to work: after 1-3 days, depending on your work environment.
Resume sport: after 1 month.
Final result obtained: after 1-2 months.
Consultations after 15 days, 3 months and 12 months for a clinical check-up and to take post-operative photographs.
From 1,900 €
Our prices include hospitalization, operating room, anesthesia, surgery, surgical assistance and follow-up for one year.