The Benefits of a Miami Labia Fat Transfer For Feminine Rejuvenation
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Labiaplasty or labial rejuvenation is a cosmetic surgery procedure which reduces or enhances the size of the inner labia, improving its overall appearance. Although labiaplasty is not frequently discussed, it is a frequently requested procedure, as many women are dissatisfied with the size of their labia and seek a solution to rejuvenate the area.
In addition to its ability to address aesthetic concerns, many patients also undergo labiaplasty to alleviate pain and discomfort, as an oversized labia can make physical activities such as exercise and intercourse painful and may even prevent women from wearing form fitted clothing. As a result of its ability to address the aforementioned concerns, labiaplasty has rapidly gained popularity in recent years. The latest labiaplasty trends in Miami are outlined below.
As its name implies, a trim labiaplasty involves trimming the labia minora to remove excess labial length. This technique effectively removes the darkened tissue at the edge of the labia, helping to restore more desirable, healthy pink tissue at the new labial edge. The trim technique is the most popular method of labiaplasty due to its ability to alter the size and shape of the entire labia minora, addressing concerns such as asymmetry, excess length, and hyperpigmentation. To do so, an incision is made along the entire length of the labia minora.
However, in most cases the resulting scar is inconspicuous once it has healed. In addition, its placement means that it is removed from the clitoris and vaginal introitus, which means that it is not likely to impact sensation. Dissolvable stitches are used to prevent the discomfort caused by stitch removal. Depending on the patient’s goals for the procedure, this technique can also be combined with clitoral hood reduction, using one continuous incision.
The wedge labiaplasty technique involves removing a central wedge of the labia minora in a v-shaped pattern and suturing the front and back portions of the labia minora together using dissolvable stitches. This technique is well suited to patients who are troubled by asymmetry or the length of the central third of the labia minora. However, it is not as effective at removing excess tissue at the other sides and cannot eliminate the pigmented tissue at the leading edge of the labia minora.
In addition, in the event that one or more stitches fall out before the wound has healed, a notch or gap can develop, which may result in the need for a second procedure to correct this notching. Although the wedge technique often yields the most natural results because the pigmented edge of the labial tissue remains, many women choose to undergo labiaplasty to remove this tissue and consequently, prefer the trim technique.
Your Satisfaction Gauranteed
Regardless of which technique is performed, studies indicate that labiaplasty has an incredibly high patient satisfaction rate. If you experience discomfort or embarrassment due to the size of your labia, you may wish to consider labiaplasty to restore your confidence and improve your quality of life. To learn more, we invite you to contact our clinic to schedule a consultation with Dr. Craft, a leading Miami plastic surgeon.