Reduce Sagging, Thickness, Prominence and Asymmetry
There is only one certainty in life – change. As you age or have children, your entire body undergoes a transformation. Unfortunately, this transformation affects your most intimate body part – your vagina. The trauma of childbirth has left you uncomfortable with how your genitalia looks. Lost elasticity from age has also made it uncomfortable down there. You can’t wear tight clothing and experience pain when exercising. Genetics may even play a part in causing an uneven appearance of the labia majora and minora. Fortunately, the solution to such a complicated problem is simple – labiaplasty, the surgical reduction of the labia.
“Labia” (plural labium) is the Latin word for lip. This often refers to not the lips on your face, but the folds of skin that protect the clitoris and vaginal opening. The labia consists of two parts – the labia majora and the labia minora. Often, the part that causes the most common complaint when it comes to size is the labia minora. Labial hypertrophy, excessively large labia, has several potential causes including a reduction in elasticity with age, genetics, or vaginal trauma during childbirth. The best course of treatment for labial hypertrophy is surgery to remove excess labial tissue, called labiaplasty.