• Questions to ask your Doctor
  • Choose Quality Care

Vaginal Rejuvenation



Vaginal Rejuvenation or Labiaplasty is an innovative choice for women who are physically and/or emotionally uncomfortable with the size of their labia.  Vaginal rejuvenation may be performed to reshape or reduce the size of the labia.

It comes as no surprise that, as we get older, our bodies begin to show signs of aging in our private area. It may even be genetics that gave us an embarrassing private part. Or it could be the result of childbirth. Yes ladies, we are talking about the labia. From underwear discomfort to horseback riding discomfort and bikini embarrassment or inhibited intimacy, a private part that doesn’t make us feel good is disconcerting. Whether you are uncomfortable physically or just don’t like the way it looks, there is no longer a reason you cannot be happier with every part of your body through plastic surgery in the hands of a gifted plastic surgeon.

Labiaplasty is not just for fixing functional impairment; undergoing the procedure for aesthetic reasons alone is acceptable and understandable. In 2008, a study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine reported that 37% of women who underwent labiaplasty did so for aesthetic reasons alone, while 32% did so to correct a functional impairment, and 31% did so to correct a functional impairment and for aesthetic reasons. Today, women do not have to tolerate discomfort in their private area.

The Labiaplasty Procedure

The Labiaplasty procedure may be performed under local anesthesia with oral sedation. If a woman requires an IV or General Anesthesia, then the procedure may be performed in a hospital operating room. Most plastic surgeon’s instrument of choice is a scalpel or a laser, and the procedure usually takes about 1 to 2 hours. The stitches are usually absorbable so you don’t have to worry about getting them removed. There is low complication risks and minimal downtime associated with labiaplasty. The majority of women are able to return to work within 2 to 4 days following Labiaplasty. Exercise should be avoided for at least 2 weeks. Total recovery and the return to normal sexual activity may require up to 6 weeks. For the right candidate, this procedure leads to a more comfortable lifestyle and is confidence building.

There are a variety of techniques that may be used in the procedure. So, it is important to learn about what your options are. Know what the alternative options are. Understand how the procedure will be performed and what it will be like. Be informed about what the recovery will be like. Find out how many times your board certified plastic surgeon has performed the procedure and what his or her complication rate is. Make out a list of questions and bring it to the plastic surgeon of your choice. Inquire about information you find online to make sure it is true. The most important thing is to feel comfortable about getting the procedure.

Not only may labiaplasty provide you with relief on many levels, but the procedure is also cost efficient! Labiaplasty may range from $1,500 to $3,500, depending on physician expertise; the technique used in the procedure; geographical location and the type of anesthesia provided. The time to live with physical or emotional pain due to a labia abnormality is gone! Now that you have some of the information you need, get out there, consult with a board certified plastic surgeon specializing in vaginal rejuvenation. Consider a worthwhile investment in yourself today! In the end, it’s wonderful that there are numerous ways plastic surgery may be performed safely and easily to better fit into the lifestyles of today’s women.

Your Health Access disclaims any liability for the decisions you make based on this information. It is important to recognize that all information contained on this website cannot be considered to be specific medical diagnosis, medical treatment, or medical advice. It is also important to recognize that there are benefits and risks associated with all medical procedures. As always, you should consult with a physician regarding any medical condition.