Who Should Consider Labiaplasty?
Whether you were born with an issue that you want to change or have experienced changes due to pregnancy, aging or weight change – you might be considering cosmetic gynecological procedures or labiaplasty. Labiaplasty is a common surgical procedure that can reduce the skin around your vaginal opening.
Many patients choose labiaplasty for appearance and to boost self-confidence, while others experience discomfort or irritation when wearing workout clothing, swimsuits, or other articles of clothing. The pain and discomfort of loose labial skin can interfere with activities such as bike riding, horseback riding, working out or may cause pain or interfere with intercourse
Whatever the reason, surgery can correcting and revise the area and give you the comfort and aesthetic appearance you desire.
As a Board -Certified Gynecologist with 34 years- experience performing pelvic surgeries on women exclusively and after having undergone advanced training in cosmetic gynecological procedures, including labiaplasties; I feel I am best qualified to perform these procedures and can provide the optimal results women are seeking. I have been trained in specialized techniques that minimize discomfort and swelling with these procedures. Many of these surgeries are performed currently by Plastic Surgeons, who have minimal training in female anatomy and gynecological procedures.
4 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT LABIAPLASTY
- Labiaplasty can reduce the size of the Labia Minora, Labia Majora and the Clitoral Hood.
- A labiaplasty can help correct complications from enlarged labia, including pain during sex, Interference during sports, protrusion from clothing or bathing suit, wide urinary stream, and urinary tract infections.
- Ideal candidates are in good health and have realistic expectations for the surgery.
- These procedures can improve confidence, self-esteem and quality of life and enjoyment of sexual activities.
How Do I Get Started With Labiaplasty?
You can begin the evaluation and treatment process with an intial consultation at BioEnve or with Stefanie McCain MD, in Abilene, Texas . During this visit, Dr. McCain will ask about your issues, your goals and your timeline.
We will take the time to listen to your concerns and answer the questions that you have regarding the procedure and the recovery so you will be able to make a confident and informed decision about the procedure and treatment plan recommended. During your consultation, recovery, restrictions, and pricing will be discussed in detail.