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Is There a Procedure to Enhance the Puffiness of my Vaginal Lips? (photo)

ive had 5 vag births and my muscle tone gspot everything is fine barely ripped one stitch..everything is fine to me i still have great orgasms w my great man lol.. but im just not likeing the tissue thinning in the area. is there a procedure to enhance the vaginal lips as is the face lips...is it pretty much the same ? how much woudl the cost be? thank you in advance :0)

Doctor Answers (4)

Vaginal lips

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include out and inner lips... outer lips can certainly be plumped up with fat grafting or dermal fillers and even trimmed if excessive loose.  Inner lips can be diminished in length but its hard to imagine the inner lips being too 'thin'.  Best for you to see a local PS and have your concerns listened to and an exam done to see just what you are talking about.

Redding Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 15 reviews

Fuller labia with fat

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This is a common complaint and as my colleagues have stated, the best treatment would be fat injections.

The fat is removed from the abdomen or the hip areas and then cleansed, processed and injected into the labia majora.  If there is distortion of the labia minora due to childbirth, that can be treated at the same time.

Elliot Jacobs, MD, FACS

New York City

 

New York Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 1 review

Vaginal lips thinning

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I do not know if you are complaining about thinning of your labia minora or majora.  I suggest you send photos of your vaginal opening and be specific as to the area of your complaints.  The outer lips can be puffed up, usually with fat injections.

Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 7 reviews

Fuller labia

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It is hard to know what your specific concerns are in the absence of a photo, but, that being said, it is possible to perform fat injections to the labia majora.  Best of luck.

Wellesley Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 9 reviews

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