Labiaplasty is a rejuvenating procedure to restore torn or stretched tissue in the pubic area. A labiaplasty is often performed, after one or multiple pregnancies. It may also be performed if a patient has enlarged labia for congenital reasons. Ultimately, a labiaplasty will not only restore the appearance of the pubic area, but also the physical comfort. Due to the sensitive nature of this procedure, patients should know that Dr. Tzamantaki’s medical office specializes in private personal care. Your entire experience will be delt with a warm yet discreet approach, allowing you to be comfortable throughout the process.
WHY GENITAL REJUVENATION?
There are a number of reasons why women may consider a labiaplasty procedure, part of genital rejuvenation. The vagina can become loose or relaxed due to natural aging and/or childbirth. That ultimately results in reduced sexual satisfaction. There is also a direct relation between sexual pleasure and experience tension during penetration.
Some of the common symptoms indicated by women seeking vaginal rejuvenation include the following:
- Reduced stimulation and sensation during sex
- Tampons falling out
- Gap in the vaginal opening
- Difficulties in bowel movements
Candidates also report irritation, itching and discomfort, especially during activities such as bike rides.
MAKING THE RIGHT DECISION
While a labiaplasty has some fundamental health requirements, your decision is ultimately dictated by your dissatisfaction of the appearance or discomfort of your vaginal tissue. If this is the case, it is helpful to know that labiaplasty is a brief outpatient procedure with minimal recovery time, compared to other surgical procedures. Ultimately the decision will be made after a qualified surgeon gives you all the necessary information regarding how this procedure is related to you.
When it comes to labiaplasty Dr. Tzamantaki’s consultation is private and understanding. She will gather data about your cosmetic goals, and perform her own analysis of the best course of action. while patients may be apprehensive about this experience, they are surprised to find out that it is pleasant and comforting and they have much clearer understanding of the procedure.