Labia Majora Surgery
As with many areas of the body, weight fluctuations, ageing and pregnancy can cause the labia majora to lose their fullness and volume, making them look deflated and saggy. With many women becoming unsatisfied with the appearance of their labia majora. With a combination of fat transfer and skin resection, the labia majora can be restored to a more youthful appearance.
While in some women the labia major may have become enlarged, which may cause an embarrassing bulge in tight fitting clothes or swimwear. A combination of liposuction and/or direct excision of the excess tissue can be performed to give a more balanced appearance to the external genitalia.
To treat the issue, a combination of liposuction and a removal of excess tissue can create a youthful and streamlined look. During a labia majora reduction a crescent shaped section of tissue is removed from the inner labium. This surgery is relatively minor and can be performed in a private Sydney hospital with general anaesthesia.