Achieve Vaginal Rejuvenation With Labiaplasty in Austin

Every woman deserves to feel confident and attractive in her own body. Unfortunately, many women are unhappy with the aesthetics of their private areas, feeling that their labia minora are too large or unattractive. For some women, large labia can also cause discomfort during daily activities and/or sexual intercourse. At Austin Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, our all-female team of expert surgeons understand and empathize with these issues. If you’d like to adjust the size and shape of your labia, you could be a good fit for a vaginal rejuvenation procedure called labiaplasty.

What Is Labiaplasty?

Labiaplasty is a cosmetic surgical procedure performed to trim and reshape the labia minora. This procedure can be performed for cosmetic reasons or to reduce discomfort and irritation in the vaginal area.

For women uncomfortable with the size or appearance of their labia, labiaplasty may be appropriate. Some women find that their labia develop naturally to appear overly large or asymmetrical. Others may see a change happen over time, especially after childbirth.

Large labia can create discomfort during sex, making what should be a pleasurable experience into an unpleasant one. They can also chafe during other physical activities, such as running, swimming, or gymnastics. If the labia are large enough, they may be noticeable when you wear particular outfits, such as yoga pants or similarly tight clothing. They may also be exposed by certain swimsuits. Labiaplasty can eliminate these issues by reducing the size of the labia minora and adjusting their shape.

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Benefits of Labiaplasty

Labiaplasty is an effective vaginal rejuvenation procedure that can offer all of the following benefits:

  • Improved vaginal aesthetics
  • Improved comfort during day-to-day activities like running and exercising
  • Increased wardrobe options
  • Improved comfort during sexual intercourse
  • Improved self-confidence, especially during sexual situations
  • More proportionate and symmetrical labia minora
  • Reduced likelihood of urinary tract infections

What to Expect During Your Labiaplasty Procedure

Before your labiaplasty, your initial consultation will be an important part of the treatment process. Anyone who opts for a labiaplasty should feel totally confident in her decision, which is why we have a thorough, in-depth conversation to determine whether labiaplasty is the ideal solution and to explain what the surgery can and cannot do. One of our female plastic surgeons will answer questions about the procedure itself, expected results, and recovery time, all with a focus on compassion and discretion.

Your labiaplasty will be performed as an outpatient procedure using general anesthesia. During the procedure, your surgeon will carefully trim away excess tissue to make the labia less noticeable and more symmetrical. Once your preferred adjustments have been completed, the vaginal area will be bandaged as necessary. You’ll need to remain at our surgical center for a couple of hours after the procedure for monitoring. After that, you can get a ride home with a friend or family member.

What Is the Recovery Like After Labiaplasty?

Most patients need to rest at home for about one week after undergoing labiaplasty. During this time, you’ll need to get plenty of sleep, stay hydrated, and avoid too much exertion. After the first week, you should be able to get back to work and gradually ease back into your normal routine. However, you’ll want to wait at least three or four weeks to participate in strenuous physical activity, and sexual intercourse should be avoided for at least six weeks.

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Who Is a Good Candidate for Labiaplasty in Austin?

Women who would like to reduce and/or reshape their labia minora could be good candidates for labiaplasty in Austin with our team. The procedure can be performed for cosmetic reasons, improved comfort, or both.

Ideal candidates for labiaplasty should meet the following criteria:

  • Be in generally good physical health
  • Have realistic expectations
  • Not be currently pregnant or nursing
  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Be non-smokers or willing to temporarily quit

During your consultation, your surgeon will evaluate several aspects of your unique situation to ensure that labiaplasty will be a safe and effective choice for you.

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Why Choose Austin Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery for Labiaplasty in Austin?

At Austin Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, we have an all-female team of skilled plastic and reconstructive surgeons who fully understand the struggles and bodily changes that women regularly experience. Throughout your treatment experience, your surgeon will treat you with respect, compassion, and empathy as they provide guidance and support on your journey to feel more confident and attractive in your own skin. All of our highly respected, award-winning surgeons are renowned for providing personalized care and transformative, natural-looking results. If you’d like to learn more or schedule your initial consultation, give us a call today at (512) 815–0123.

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Labiaplasty FAQ

Are there non-surgical options for vaginal rejuvenation?

How long does labiaplasty take?

What are the risks of labiaplasty?

Are there non-surgical options for vaginal rejuvenation?

Yes, if you don’t feel that a surgical procedure like labiaplasty is right for you, there are non-surgical options for vaginal rejuvenation that you may consider. For example, our medspa offers a treatment called diVa, a laser-based treatment that can address vaginal dryness and laxity and reduce discomfort during sexual intercourse.

How long does labiaplasty take?

On average, labiaplasty surgery takes around one to two hours to complete.

What are the risks of labiaplasty?

Labiaplasty, like any surgical procedure, carries potential risks and considerations that should be taken into account. A few of the most common risks of the procedure include infection, scarring, and anesthesia-related complications. However, our skilled surgeons prioritize patient safety above all else, and they’ll do everything possible to minimize the risk of any complications during your procedure.

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