Labiaplasty in Western PA
Labia sizes greatly vary among women. Enlarged labia minora (inner vagina lips) and labia majora (outer vagina lips) are not uncommon and although they do not harm the woman, she may feel dissatisfied with the appearance and experience discomfort with undergarments and intercourse. Several factors including genetics, age and childbirth can contribute to women developing a laxity of vaginal tissues.
During the Labiaplasty surgery, Dr. Giraldo will trim the labial tissue to make it smaller and complementary, yet still natural-looking. Although all surgeries administer scars, the scars after the Labiaplasty are virtually invisible.
The Ideal Candidate
A healthy woman who desires a more cosmetically pleasing and comfortable labia region. Patients should have realistic expectations and be in good overall health and not pregnant or nursing. Candidates include women who feel their labia are:
- Thinned out
- Poorly shaped
- Too large
- Boost self confidence
- Improve vaginal appearance
- Eliminate pain during intercourse
- Reduce discomfort of rubbing undergarments
A: Dr. Giraldo performs the Labiaplasty in our Cranberry Township office suite under local anesthesia with mild sedation. The procedure typically lasts 1 hour. Patients must have a driver to take them home after surgery. We recommend taking 1-2 days off of work to rest.
A: The procedure is not painful but patients may experience mild-moderate discomfort post-surgery.
A: Patient’s need an initial consultation and 2 postoperative appointments after the Labiaplasty.
A: The surgery does not result in scarring, so no, there should be no changes in sensation. Actually, many patients report enhancement since they no longer feel self-conscious.
A: Most patients return to work 2-4 days after surgery. Patients should not lift heavy equipment and should not exercise for 2 weeks.
Q: When can I resume sexual activity after Labiaplasty?
A: Sexual activity can resume after 4 weeks.
Q: What is the cost of the Labiaplasty?
A: Call for a consultation. Depends on extent of condition.
Call or schedule a consultation to discuss which treatment options is best for you 724-683-7581