Options for Mons Pubis Reduction?

Is there any other treatment that can be used for Mons Pubis reduction? Such as Ultrashape, contour or radio frequency treatment? I've had Smart Lipo on my abs and it wasn't for me, a complete waste of money actually, and I found it painful, as well as having over a week off work. I dont want this or liposuction to be the only solution. Please help.

Doctor Answers 4

Options for Mons Pubis Reduction

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Excess fat at the mons pubis is best treated by removing it. This is most easily accomplished with standard liposuction. When properly done, the recovery is painless and you can return to work in 1-2 days. The technologies you mentioned are better for tightening the skin than actually reducing any bulges as you found out from personal experience. Unfortunately, there is a lot of misleading hype surrounding many of these procedures and they create unrealistic expectations.

CoolSculpting may be the answer

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Coolsculpting is a non surgical option to reduce fat.  You will need to visit with a physician who performs this procedure to see if you are a candidate.  There is no anesthesia and no down time.

David Finkle, MD
Omaha Plastic Surgeon
4.9 out of 5 stars 83 reviews

Labiaplasty and monsplasty in Los Angeles

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Liposuction of the mons pubis is an excellent method to reduce the protuberance and fullness of the mons. We perform this procedure quite regularly in our office. 


Dr. Karamanoukian 
Los Angeles

Raffy Karamanoukian, MD, FACS
Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon
4.8 out of 5 stars 95 reviews

Mons Pubis reduction but not Laser Lipo

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Laser liposuction including Smart Lipo of the abdomen typically is painful,

Mons Pubis reduction is best done with pulsatile-assisted Liposuction (PAL) with general anesthesia,

The other treatments are new, likely to be painful if effective and results hard to predict.

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