Welcome to APS, where we specialise in labiaplasty procedures designed to enhance both aesthetics and functionality. Labiaplasty is a surgical intervention aimed at altering the size and appearance of the labia minora (inner labia) to address various concerns and improve overall well-being.
Reasons for Labiaplasty Treatment:
Reduce the size of large labia and enhance symmetry.
Reconstruct the vulva post-childbirth.
Address hygiene issues to prevent infections.
Alleviate discomfort associated with wearing tight clothing.
Eliminate sexual embarrassment or avoidance of sexual activity.
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Understanding The Journey
Labiaplasty can be performed under local anaesthesia, but for most patients, a short general anaesthesia, as a day case, is preferred for enhanced comfort. Whenever possible, our skilled surgeons preserve the natural edge of the labia, ensuring scars are discreetly hidden. In some cases, patients may require the scar to be positioned on the free edge of the labia.
Bruising and swelling are common, and patients typically feel more comfortable in light clothing or even without coverage. These effects settle within two weeks. Patients are advised to take things slowly during this period. Dissolving sutures minimize the need for removal, but most patients will have a follow-up at 10-12 days.
The procedure is generally not painful, and patients often return to normal day-to-day activities by the two-week mark. Impact exercises and activities that may cause rubbing should be avoided for a month. Intercourse is also best deferred for a month to allow scars to settle and gain strength. Lubricants may be recommended to ease any discomfort during the resumption of sexual activity.
Scarring is typically well-hidden, and mucosal scars usually settle well. Infection is uncommon, but swelling and bruising are expected. Due to the delicate nature of the labial mucosa, swelling can lead to stitches cutting out, causing minor splits in the wound. This might require a secondary adjustment once the tissues have softened. Sensation of the labial edge may take some months to fully return. It is important to note that labia are naturally asymmetrical. Our surgical expertise aims to achieve a harmonious balance between them.
At APS we prioritise your well-being and satisfaction, offering discreet and professional labiaplasty procedures tailored to your individual needs. Schedule a consultation today for personalized care and transformative results.
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