Am I too young for labiaplasty?
Women of all ages pursue labiaplasty to feel more confident and experience increased comfort. Many clients have an elongated or asymmetrical labia minora due to heredity and not childbirth. The best way to determine if labiaplasty is right for you is to meet with our team for a private consultation.
Does labiaplasty come with visible scarring?
Dr. Engineer practices a conservative, precision-based approach that minimizes postoperative scarring. In his capable hands, you will not see the scars. Incisions are well-concealed within the natural folds of the skin.
What are the risks of labiaplasty?
Dr. Engineer does everything possible to minimize your surgical risks by practicing conservative, precise techniques and adhering to the highest standards of cleanliness and safety. However, every surgical procedure comes with inherent risks. These include bleeding, infection, anesthesia risks, hematoma, vaginal dryness, temporary numbness, decreased sensitivity in the treated area, poor scarring, and pain during intercourse.
How can I prepare for labiaplasty?
Before surgery, you should arrange for someone to drive you home and stay with you for the first 24 hours. You can schedule your time off work ahead of schedule and make sure your living space is ready for you to rest, relax and recuperate. Stock your kitchen, gather your favorite books and movies, buy some oversized underwear, and line up some extra towels. You should also drink at least eight 8-ounce glasses of water a day and adhere to a healthy diet. Stop smoking and drinking at least 2-3 weeks prior to your labiaplasty.
Will my sexual partner be affected by my labiaplasty?
Scarring after labiaplasty is well-hidden, so unless you tell your partner about the procedure, they will not suspect any work has been done. Intercourse may actually feel better to you, and your partner may just notice that you are more relaxed and present.