Labia reduction

Treatment Details

Labia reduction is a surgical procedure that aims to provide relief and improvement for women who feel uncomfortable due to overly large labia minora. Overdeveloped labia can not only be aesthetically disturbing but also cause pain during exercise or sexual intercourse. The procedure aims to reduce the labia to a comfortable size and improve the shape to enhance a woman’s overall well-being and self-satisfaction.

AT A GLANCE

Treatment duration:

1 Hour


Regeneration:

1 Week


The onset of action:

Direct


Effect duration:

Permanent


Anesthesia:

Local


Hospitalization:

No


Inability to work:

3-5 Days


Sports Break:

4 Weeks

Precise and customized

Labia reduction involves the precise removal of excess skin tissue, taking into account the individual wishes and needs of each patient. The exact amount of tissue to be removed is carefully weighed to achieve a natural and aesthetically pleasing shape. The procedure is performed on an outpatient basis, either under local anesthesia or, if desired, in twilight sleep.

A smooth recovery

After the procedure, the sensitivity and functionality of the female organ is preserved. Because of the minimally invasive techniques used during surgery, there is little to no scarring. The healing process is typically uncomplicated, with patients usually able to return to their daily activities after two weeks. However, it is recommended that sexual intercourse and certain sports activities be avoided for the first two weeks after surgery.

Improved well-being and increased self-confidence.

The final results of a labia reduction are usually visible one month after surgery. Patients may notice a marked improvement in comfort and aesthetics, which can lead to increased self-confidence and improved body image.

Treatment Steps

A general step-by-step guide to the process from the initial consultation to the post-treatment follow-up appointment.

Step 1

Make a consultation appointment

Contact us to schedule a consultation appointment. Your treating physician will discuss your needs and expectations in detail and determine the best treatment for you.

Step 2

Examination and treatment plan

Your health condition will be reviewed to ensure that the planned treatment is appropriate for you. After the examination, an individual treatment plan will be created, which will include the exact steps of your treatment, the time frame and the costs.

Step 3

Make an appointment for treatment

Once you have decided to undergo treatment, a date for the procedure will be scheduled.

Step 4

The day of the treatment

On the day of the treatment, you will come to our clinic. After a final discussion and the necessary preparations, the treatment will be performed.

Step 5

Follow-up treatment and control appointments

Depending on the type of treatment, control appointments and possible follow-up treatments may be scheduled. These serve to monitor the healing process and ensure that the desired result has been achieved.

Step 6

Follow-up and long-term care

Your doctor will give you specific instructions on care and aftercare to achieve and maintain the best results. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.

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FAQ’s

What is eyelid correction (blepharoplasty)?

Eyelid correction, also known as blepharoplasty, is a surgical procedure that removes excess fatty tissue and sagging skin around the eye. The goal is to restore the clean lines and expressiveness of your eye area.

Is labia reduction painful?

Labia reduction is performed either under local anesthesia or in twilight sleep to minimize discomfort and pain. There may be some mild pain and swelling after the procedure, but this is easily managed with pain medication.

How long does the procedure take?

The length of the surgery can vary, depending on the individual patient’s situation, but usually, the procedure takes about one to two hours.

When can I go back to work after the surgery?

Most women can return to work after about a week, depending on the type of work they do. Physically demanding work may require a longer recovery period.

How long does healing take and when can I return to normal activities?

The healing process varies from individual to individual, but in general, you should be able to return to your normal activities after about two weeks. However, sexual intercourse and certain sports activities should be avoided for at least two weeks.

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