Vaginal Rejuvenation Laser Sur

Laser Labiaplasty Surgery

by DrVu on January 3, 2010


Now You Can Correct Large Labia Or A Defect To The Labia
With Laser Labiaplasty

Labiaplasty is for correction of a defect or creating a more pleasing appearance to the labia. This is area very sensitive for women to discuss. Do you have large labia or enlarged vaginal lips? If you are thinking of having labiaplasty surgery performed, a formal consultation with Dr. Vu is highly encouraged.

Dr. Vu uses the latest in laser technology using techniques learned at the Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation Institute of America. As a female plastic surgeon and a very elite member of a highly distinguished group of surgeons trained in the techniques of Designer Laser Vaginoplasty, you will get the sound advice and encouragement you need to make a decision and participate in the design of your “new look”.

Labiaplasty Surgery – A Quick Glance

Who is a Labiaplasty Candidate?

Females who desire better definition of the labia minora, have large labia, or through trauma, have acquired a deformity of the labia.

Labiaplasty Intended Results

The correction of a defect or to create a more pleasing appearance to the labia.

Labiaplasty Procedure Description

This is an outpatient procedure, and is usually performed under local anesthesia with sedation.

Labiaplasty Recuperation and healing

If your job is a sedentary one, you may return to work within a few days. More active jobs, may necessitate up to a week off. Usually there is only minor discomfort that is easily controlled with oral pain medication. Ice is used for the first 24 hours to reduce swelling. Prolonged sitting or standing may be uncomfortable.

Schedule Your Labiaplasty Surgery Consultation With Dr. Vu Today By Calling Toll Free 866.297.8522 or 503.297.8555.

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Labiaplasty Potential Risks

No surgeries are performed without risks. Dr. Vu’s goal is to perform the planned procedure, take extra precaution during surgery, and most important of all is to be safe and yet achieve utmost optimal outcomes. Following are some of the potential risks that are commonly discussed about regarding labiaplasty surgery.

A. Incision (scar)

The incisions will vary depending on the modification or correction required. Most scars will fade over time.

B. Alteration of sensation

Surgery does carry the risk of alteration of sensation. However, with this procedure it is very rare.

C. Asymmetry

Minimal asymmetry of the labia can occur, but is usually not cosmetically significant.

D. Skin Loss

Skin loss may occur from infection or damage to the blood supply. However, the excellent blood supply of this area reduces this risk.

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Labiaplasty Postoperative Care

Special attentions are placed during your postoperative period. Dr. Vu’s goal is to make sure that you are comfortable after you leave the surgery center, and have proper instructions how to take care of yourself in order for you to have a pleasant surgical experience.

A. Immediate Labiaplasty Post-op Instructions

Immediately following Labiaplasty you should remain in bed, laying as flat as possible, with an ice pack for comfort. This will markedly reduce the amount of post-operative swelling and discomfort. It is normal to have swelling and bruising of the labia. This will resolve over the next 2 weeks.

B. Dressings

The surgical dressings can be removed anytime they are saturated and then replaced with a sanitary napkin or maxipad. There will be bloody or blood-tinged drainage for a minimum of 1-2 weeks following a Labiaplasty. Bacitracin antibiotic ointment should be applied to the incisions twice a day for 14 days. Please apply a thin coating only. Excessive amounts of ointment are not necessary. You may switch to an Aloe Vera ointment after 2 weeks.

C. Activities

There will be relatively minor discomfort with the Labiaplasty for most patients. However, some patients do experience moderate to severe swelling that can cause much discomfort. Diligent post-operative application of ice pack may reduce swelling thereby reducing pain. Patients who experience minimal swelling and bleeding should be able to resume sedentary work activities within a few days, resume light exercise at one week, and have no restrictions after two weeks. However, those with more excessive swelling and discomfort may want to limit their activities until they feel comfortable and gradually progress to their normal activities.

D. Sexual Activities

As a general rule, you may resume sexual activity 6 to 12 weeks after surgery. This is totally patient dependent upon how extensive the surgery was you had done. Dr. Vu will let you know when you are sufficiently healed.

E. Swelling and Bruising

Immediately following a Labioplasty you should remain in bed with an ice pack on the surgical site for the first 24 hours. This will markedly reduce the amount of post-operative swelling and discomfort. It is normal to have swelling and bruising of the labia. This will resolve over the next 2 weeks.

F. Healing of sensory nerves

The skin of the labia may be partially numb for several months while the wounds are healing. Permanent numbness is very rare.

Schedule Your Labiaplasty Surgery Consultation With Dr. Vu Today By Calling Toll Free 866.297.8522 or 503.297.8555.

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