Labiaplasty and Vagina Surgery Sydney
Our practice offers a wide range of plastic surgery procedures for women’s genitals centered in Sydney, Australia. These include vaginaplasty, labiaplasty, and tightening of the vagina. Learn more about these procedures and which one is right for you the moment you schedule for an appointment with Dr. Barnouti. Feel free to visit our clinics in Sydney. Find out more about the procedures in this post , plus FAQs and common estimated costs.
Why should you go for labiaplasty vaginal surgery?
There are many women who have naturally larger genital lips or labia. It’s not a pretty sight for most of them who have it, it just gives them a feeling of inferiority or not being beautiful. There are other women who, after they have given birth or are in their middle ages, realize that their labia tend to change size, shape, and tone. There are many individuals who may feel a bit ashamed or less confident when it comes to their sexual activities and relationships. Others may not be able to get through with their sports engagement because of the discomfort that these conditions inflict on them.
Vaginoplasty and labiaplasty are the best solutions for rejuvenating these affective areas. These surgical operations are programmed with procedures which aim to improve and alter the very appearance and function of the female genitalia. These are a breakthrough in the aesthetic plastic surgery industry yet because of its success, it’s becoming even more popular amongst all of Sydney. Good thing we’re offering it in three of our clinics in Sydney.
Vaginoplasty and labiaplasty at a glance
Labiaplasty is a procedure which addresses the labia, targeting appearance irregularities. It is also geared to reduce or improve the appearance of the labia
Vaginoplasty is the medical term for pelvic floor reconstruction, it aims to tighten up the muscles which make up the vaginal wall and the pelvic floor. Vaginoplasty is basically a restorative operation.
Our chief specialist, Dr. Barnouti is based in Sydney, Australia; and he has performed countless vaginoplasty and labiaplasty procedures for the past several years. It is an operation that has moved mountains for many women when it comes to boosting their confidence and it has yielded a higher satisfaction among those who had it.
Labiaplasty in our Sydney Practice
It is a fact that many women who feel uncomfortable with the irregularities of the labia’s appearance. But it’s good to know that these irregularities can be remedied by labiaplasty. Most of the time, women submit for labiaplasty because they think that their inner labia look too big to be allowed. Protrusion of the lips may feel uncomfortable for many women, as it is unpleasing to the eyes. The labiaplasty procedure will be able to reduce the inner labia’s size in order to improve the shape of the lips. The procedure will be done by Dr. Laith Barnouti.
FAQs on Labiaplasty Surgery
What usually happens at my consultation for labiaplasty?
Our specialist will first take your comprehensive medical history. You will also be examined for your present health condition, and your goals and concerns shall be addressed as well in order for us to find out whether or not you are a good candidate for such procedure.
What usually happens during the conduct for the procedure?
The surgery is performed in our ambulatory clinic in Sydney, whether with a local or general anesthesia. A wedge-shaped tissue shall be surgically removed during the operation, reattach the incised labia and reposition it so that the smaller or inner lips won’t look like they protrude outside of the outer lips. The sutures which will be used for the procedure are reabsorbable sutures, which mean that they don’t need to be surgically removed and here is less occurrence of scarring.
How about the aftercare for labiaplasty?
There are no bandages used in order to secure the wound for labiaplasty. The area needs to be washed thoroughly using a hand-held mechanical shower two times a day. It is important to maintain personal hygiene to ensure faster healing time. You may feel a slight burning sensation right after the procedure, but this is barely perceptible so pain medications are not usually prescribed. It is recommended that you wear only loose undergarments after the procedure for the next two weeks. This is a same-day surgery, so you will be discharged right after the procedure and you will then be scheduled for intermittent follow-up appointments.
When will I be able to resume my sexual activity?
Assuming that your recovery after the procedure occurs in a less period of time, you will be able to resume your normal sexual activity in two to four weeks.
What are the expected results for the inner lips from labiaplasty?
You will be able to see more natural results with the surgery. Forming scars will turn faint to invisible right after the 6th week. You will be advised of all these expectations before your operation by Dr. Barnouti. All you have to do is to contact our clinic in order to schedule your labiaplasty appointment and consultation. You will be able to get a clear picture of the costs, the things that will happen and the expected outcome of the operation. Get in touch with us at 1300 002 006, that’s our local number in Sydney and 9561 0222 for clients outside of Sydney. Don’t forget to visit our vaginoplasty and labiaplasty surgery gallery.
Vaginoplasty: An Introduction
A woman may experience various types of trauma in her lifetime. When she gives birth, the pelvic floor muscles and vagina tend to become stretched, enlarged, or torn. These damages to the female genitalia will make any woman feel uncomfortable inside and out. The vagina is a very stretchable organ but after so many childbirths, it can become too stretched, which is a good indication then for getting vaginoplasty.
Some of the other effects of constant exposure to trauma and tensile stress can cause uterine prolapse, urinary incontinence, and other similar conditions. Basically, the vaginoplasty procedure aims to produce a tighter vagina which is definitely most ideal aesthetically, sexually, comfort-wise, and medically speaking.
What shall I expect during the consultation?
Of course you will first be interviewed where your medical history shall be taken. A comprehensive physical assessment will also commence where the pelvic floor muscles and the vagina will be assessed to determine the steps which your surgeon will take to realize the procedure. You will also be assessed for urological issues or sexual concerns. These things all compose the indications if you are indeed a good candidate for the procedure.
The Vaginoplasty Procedure
Usually, the procedure would take as little as 1-2 hours. It may be completed much like a day case. For some unique cases, the patient may be prescribed for an overnight stay on the hospital for monitoring. For the procedure, a small portion of the vaginal lining will be surgically removed. The surrounding tissues shall be repositioned so that the general appearance of the vagina will become tighter. A wedge-shaped portion of tissue derived from the vaginal wall because this is a very elastic tissue which is easily stretched or torn from childbirth.
What special measures shall I take for aftercare?
There is very minimal discomfort from the operation. The vaginal area is highly vascular, there’s more blood supply for this part of the body so healing can commence in as little as ten days. The type of stitches used is reabsorbable, so it doesn’t need to be removed after some time. Pain medications are seldom used since discomfort is manageable, and there will be a bit of swelling or bruising which will subside after a few days.
Risks and potential complications
It is uncommon for serious complications to occur with vaginoplasty. Here are some of them:
- Excessive bleeding which subsides in 24-72 hours
- Infection, which can be easily avoided by antibiotics
- Evisceration or accidental tearing up of the wound
When will I be able to get back to my regular routine after the procedure?
Bed rest for 24-48 hours after vaginoplasty is strictly required for all patients to hasten recovery. Showering and stringent personal hygiene will also be needed to curb the risk of developing infection. wearing loose underwear will reinforce good circulation, and try not to use tampons for the net 4-6 weeks. Penetrative sex can be resumed after six weeks too.
What are the results that I could expect after the procedure?
- A tighter, and aesthetically more pleasant-looking vagina
- More friction for sexual intercourse
- Rejuvenated pelvic floor muscles and vagina
This is a restorative and rejuvenating procedure for improving the present state of the pelvic floor and the vagina. You will be advised by Dr. Barnouti about the best possible approach which he will use for your unique needs and condition. Schedule your vaginoplasty procedure with us now, get your first consultation as you get a good quote on costs and results. Call us now or book online. The following are the contact numbers which you can use to get in touch with us:
Local (within Sydney) –9561 0222
Outside of Sydney – 1300 002 006
More Vaginoplasty-related procedures
Vaginoplasty is not the only procedure which helps to keep the birth canal taut and youthful-looking once more. There’s outer labiaplasty or labia majora reduction, pubic liposuction, labia majora fat injection, and G spot enhancement.
Vaginoplasty and Labiaplasty Price List
The Designer Vagina
Women these days are living a more fast-paced kind of lifestyle. They would want to look good and feel good about themselves as well in order to exude confidence and power in their wake. Aside from cosmetic surgery procedures that rejuvenate the face, there’s labiaplasty for the female genitalia. The other more common term for labiaplasty is labial rejuventation, wherein the inner labia and the labia majora are trimmed accordingly so they’ll look better than before.
Don’t forget to visit our gallery on labiaplasty to get a clearer picture of the procedure and how it can be of good use to you. Book an appointment now and we shall schedule a consultation and check up with you, just visit one of the three clinics that we have in Sydney.