About Dr. Turner

Dr Turner has spent a lifetime acquiring the qualifications, education, training, and hands on experience to create natural, beautiful results. While many plastic surgeons offer labiaplasty, Dr Turner specialises in genital rejuvenation surgery and performs labiaplasty surgery on a regular basis.

With nearly a decade of experience in plastic surgery, Dr Turner has lectured both in Sydney and across the globe on the topic of aesthetic and reconstructive plastic surgery. In addition to lecturing, Dr Turner has published multiple papers in highly regarded journals.

As a specialist in labiaplasty, Dr Turner is a firm believer than genital rejuvenation and labiaplasty is a process that women must thoroughly understand before deciding to undergo. It is a choice that requires careful thought and information gathering. Above all, it’s essential that women feel safe and comfortable that they are in the right hands. This is why as your plastic surgeon; Dr Turner will personally attend to each patient at each essential step.

As a plastic surgeon, it is Dr Turner’s personal goal to maximise and improve the quality of life of each patient. To achieve this goal requires not only in-depth knowledge of human anatomy and refined surgical techniques but an ongoing commitment to learning the latest procedures around the world. This is why Dr Turner regularly attends both local and international meetings to discuss these advances with leaders around the world in order to offer every woman the most natural, effective, and safest surgical procedures.

Questions?
What is the difference between labiaplasty and vaginoplasty?

Labiaplasty is focused on the external appearance of your genitalia. While it is largely focused on aesthetics, it will also address external issues that can cause discomfort. The procedure is based around reducing and reshaping the labia minora.

Does Health Insurance or Medicare cover labiaplasty?

While there is a Medicare item number to cover labiaplasty, this is rarely approved by Medicare and so labiaplasty is largely considered a cosmetic surgery procedure.

Can I have a labiaplasty if I’ve never had kids?

Yes. A labiaplasty can be a good option for any woman who is in good health and over the age of 18 years. While women often choose to have a labiaplasty to deal with the effects of vaginal childbirth, it is not necessary to be a mother to have the procedure.

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