I want to get Labiaplasty and vaginoplasty. Suggestions please, am I good candidate? (photos)
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Candidate for Labiaplasty
I want to get a labiaplasty and vaginoplasty. Suggestions?
Labiaplasty and clitoral hood reduction
Gary J. Alter, M.D.Beverly Hills, CA - Manhattan, NY
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Vaginoplasty & labia reduction
Thank you for sharing. You are correct that removing your clitoral hood could be problematic but then again I think the term clitoral hood removal or hoodectomy is a misnomer as I don't know of anyone who understands cosmetic vaginal surgery who would do the complete removal of the hood.
First let me be very clear --choosing a surgeon should be based upon their ability to do the right surgery with giving the patient the very best results. Let me state this --- you choose a surgeon based on their experience, expertise, results. So please choose a surgeon wisely and do your research. The surgeon can be a plastic surgeon ( who is well trained and can give great results) or a gynecologist or urogynecologist. Of the answers listed below I would put most emphasis on Dr Michael Goodman answer as he speaks from experience and clarity. There are more than one way to perform a labiaplasty depending upon your needs. That being said You can ABSOLUTELY do the vaginoplasty ( is tightening ) and the labia minora simultaneously. Anyone who states that this can not be done is obviously a novice surgeon and lacks the knowledge and skill to perform the surgery.
There are more than one approach to these types of surgery and from what I see you would benefit from a labiaplasty, clitoral lift, and reduction of the frenulum, and clitoral hood reduction ( which would be required after the clitoral lift) and then you would be evaluated for the vaginal tightening procedure. I only mention the clitoral hood and clitoris because you state it is enlarged! If it doesn't bother you then don't do more surgery than you need. I have been performing vaginoplasties and labia reduction surgeries concurrently for almost 20 years. I would recommend this be done under general anesthesia and require usually 1 night in a nursing supervised care facility.
Please do your research and choose a surgeon wisely.
John R Miklos MD
Urogynecologist & Cosmetic Vaginal Surgeon
Atlanta ~ Beverly Hills ~ Dubai
Great labiaplasty candidate
Large labia and clitoral hood; concerned about clitoral glans exposure. Which is BEST PROCEDURE FOR ME??
You MAY find such a surgeon in your home town, but don't be afraid to travel to find the best person. Considering the risks and importance of the outcome in this so-important area, adding a small airfare to your budget is a minor expense. Some offices (ours included) will pay for 1-2 nights at a local quality hotel while you are in town.
Looking carefully at your individual anatomy, you would be an excellent candidate for a V-Y wedge (a modification of Dr. Alter's technique) and, it experienced hands, a curvilinear reduction with separate reduction or extra clitoral hood skin. If performed properly (see attached weblink; also see the recent Blog on the site which compares linear with V-Wedge procedures)) neither would involve any extra exposure of your clitoral glans, if performed properly.
Michael P Goodman, MDDavis, CA, USA
hello. Thank you for submitting photos with your question. It seems you are an excellent candidate. I recommend an in person consultation and exam to confirm this. Looking at your photos it doesn't seem your clitoris is very large and so a significant clitoral hood reduction can be done without leaving your clitoris exposed. As for tightening, ThermiVa is a great option for you. It is a non surgical tightening procedure. Alternatively, vaginoplasty and or perineoplasty can be done. Best wishes ~Dr Poucher
I want to get Labiaplasty
Hello, with the descriptions say apparently have an asymmetry in the labia minora or nymphs, then the ninfoplastia or labiaplasty is done so that they are equal and you are done lipotrasnferencia in the labia majora and the clitoris hide. Be not afraid of pain because there are very good painkillers and antibiotics.If you want contact me. Good Luck.
Dominican Republic OB / GYN
Perfect Candidate, Perfect Concerns
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