Botched labiaplasty; who's the best at Labiaplasty revision in Florida? (Photos)
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Botched results from inexperienced surgeon putting in too-tight, too-large sutures
Michael P Goodman, MD
Davis, CA, USA
near amputation of the left labia minora
scars very close to the clitoral frenulum
a lumpy bumpy scar appearance.
The good news is that I can help, but the bad news is that it takes 6 months for the tissues to calm down enough to have a revision performed.
Most revisions involve using the remaining tissue to reconstruct the amputated parts, namely the excess tissue on the left to recreate the minora that has been totally removed. The redundant tissue on the top can be further removed in order to remove the extra hood tissue remaining.
Try and be patient. Happy to see you at any time. In the meanwhile, I would suggest posting a review about your experience with that doctor so that they don't hurt other women in our town.
Dr. Parham Ganchi - Wayne, NJ Plastic Surgeon
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In your research for the best surgeon you should make sure that cosmetic vaginal surgery is the primary focus of their practice and that they've been doing it for many years. You need to see their Before and After photos for proof that they have experience in botched Labiaplasty repairs. See link below for additional information on finding the best surgeon for your next surgery and be sure to look at the extensive photo gallery.
Best of luck,
I am sorry to hear of your post operative results. This is one of the most common questions I see on the RealSelf website i.e. patients upset with the results of their labiaplasty. I agree that your results are less then desirable and I also agree with Dr Oppenheimer that you should express your displeasure with the surgeon who performed you procedure. The area of the labia which is completely losses can not be replaced but the process of restoring your anatomy is a matter of art and experience. I disagree with most surgeon who state that you must wait 6 months as i have been performing labia revisions on botched surgery at 3-4 months post operative for years. Do not limit yourself to a surgeon in FL as this next surgery is going to be the best chance of restoring you to as close normal as you can get.
Choosing a cosmetic vaginal surgeon or any surgeon should be one of the most important decisions of your life. Failure to choose a surgeon with experience, expertise and one who achieves excellent results is not an easy find especially a surgeon who has experience with botched labiaplasties. There are a lot of surgeons who think they are experts in the field but they don’t work on vaginas daily. Some surgeon have practices that allow them to operate and perform: breast augmentations, tummy tuck, butt lifts, hair transplant and then there are surgeons who dedicate their whole practice to vaginal reconstruction and cosmetic vaginal surgery. It is obvious which surgeon has more experience, expertise and better insight as to the a patients desires of their gynecologic area. Please don’t just choose a surgeon because they claims to be specialist in plastic surgery --- choose a surgeon who can prove to you they are specialists in your gynecologic area of concern. In your situation you need a surgeon who has experience in botched labia surgeries.
Choose a surgeon who has great before and after pictures especially in the realm of botched labiaplasties.
John R MIklos MD
Urogynecologist & Cosmetic Vaginal Surgery
Atlanta ~ Beverly Hills ~ Dubai
Do not let geography be a limiting factor for you to get a proper revision done. But I'm sure with research you will find good surgeons in your area as well.
Best of luck.
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