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Labiaplasty Procedure

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Is a labiaplasty procedure or vaginal rejuvenation an option for me?

A labiaplasty procedure, like any surgical procedure, must be fully understood by you, the patient, so that informed consent can be given. Your privacy is respected. You can be assured that your consultation will be discreet and private. Comprehensive information about the procedures, risks, and recovery process will be provided to you during your obligation-free consultation and again during your pre-op visit.

Our caring patient advisor Julie Dean has worked with our patients for more than 12 years. She works with you, so that you gain a better understanding of the options available.

Your consultation.

During your medical consultation, your Doctor will discuss your concerns options and the likely results. After an examination, he will discuss with you, your options, achievable results and whether these will meet your expectations.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it take?
Our vaginal rejuvenation procedures are done usually performed as a day procedure. On the day of your procedure you will be here, for a least an hour either side of your procedure time. Before the procedure is the time for preparation, signing consents and Doctor’s consultation.  After the procedure is to ensure there are no concerns and you are relaxed and comfortable to go home.
A labiaplasty procedure can take less than 2 hours for a labia minora reduction.
How will I feel afterwards?
Your labiaplasty procedure, is pain-free using local anaesthetic with sedation as necessary. We ensure you are comfortable throughout the whole experience.
There is minimal discomfort afterwards and monitor your pain relief.
You can return to normal activities within a few days and exercise within a few weeks, but it is important to listen to your body and don’t over do things!
The scar tissue will soften after about 6 months and is very difficult to see.
What are the risks?

As with any procedure there are always risks. In the case oflabiaplasty  the risks are minimal.
Bleeding should be minimal and will be monitored over the first 24 hours.
You are given routinely a course of antibiotics and take home ice packs to help with swelling and minimize bruising.
We will discuss these risks in detail during your consultation. You will be fully informed before any procedure is performed.

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Further information
If you have questions about the labiaplasty procedure or would like to book in for a consultation, please call  9824 6134 or email us.
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