Mons correction

Treatment Details

The shape of the mons veneris is different for every woman and can be altered by various factors over the course of her life. A very pronounced or sagging mons pubis can be both aesthetically disturbing and physically unpleasant. The mons veneris correction offers an effective solution to these problems.


Treatment duration:

1-2 Hours


1 Week

The onset of action:


Effect duration:

Long Time





Inability to work:

3-5 Days

Sports Break:

4 Weeks

Why a mons veneris correction?

A lush mons veneris can be caused by excessive fat deposits that often cannot be eliminated even with exercise and diet. It can not only stand out under tight clothing but also cause redness, irritation and pain. On the other hand, the mons veneris can become saggy and wrinkled due to weight loss, hormonal changes, or age-related connective tissue weakness.

The mons veneris correction is a safe and effective way to tighten or reduce the mons veneris, depending on the individual needs and ideas of the patient.

The treatment procedures

The correction of the mons veneris can be performed either by liposuction or by filling with autologous fat.

In liposuction, the excess fatty tissue that has accumulated on the mons pubis is gently removed. This is done under local anesthesia and is usually an uncomplicated procedure with immediate results.

However, if the mons veneris has become saggy and wrinkled, filling it with autologous fat can be an effective solution. This involves taking fat tissue from other areas of the body and injecting it into the mons pubis to create a natural-looking and permanent result.

In some cases, if very severe, a small skin incision may also be necessary to remove excess skin tissue.

The recovery period and the results

The recovery time after mons veneris correction varies depending on the procedure chosen and the patient’s individual healing process. Generally, patients can return to their normal activities within one week.

The results of mons veneris correction are immediately visible and become even more apparent over time as swelling subsides. Patients often report improved self-esteem and increased satisfaction with their 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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Is the mons veneris correction painful?

The treatment is performed under local anesthesia, therefore you will not feel any pain during the procedure. After the operation you may experience slight discomfort and swelling, but this can be well controlled with painkillers.

How long do the results of a mons veneris correction last?

The results of a mons veneris correction are usually permanent. However, factors such as further weight fluctuations can affect the results.

What are the risks of a mons veneris correction?

As with any surgical procedure, there are certain risks associated with mons veneris correction, including bleeding, infection, and reactions to anesthesia. However, these risks are minimal and our team is highly trained to ensure that your surgery is performed as safely and effectively as possible.

Is mons veneris correction covered by health insurance?

Venous mound correction is usually considered an aesthetic procedure and is therefore not covered by health insurance. However, there are exceptions, especially if the surgery is necessary for medical reasons. We recommend that you clarify the coverage of costs with your health insurance company before the operation.

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