And does it hurt cost and is there any risk
Is there a way i can get my vagina more plump?
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Less commonly, patients will present for correction of the outer Lips or the #LabiaMajora. They may either be too large or too small or sometimes deflated with age or weight loss. Reduction can be accomplished with an incision on the inner or outer side depending upon the anatomy for the patient. Enlargement can be performed with fat grafting which will provide a fuller more youthful appearance.
Plumping the Labia Majora
The fat allows your surgeon to replace the fat that is lost in that area giving you a more natural and youthful appearance. The benefit of fat is that is your own natural tissue. No foreign material has to be injected for the augmentation. The fat will also last for years to come. Many patients also see that after the fat injection they have an improvement in their skin quality in the area.
It is important to discuss this with your board certified plastic surgeon.
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The most common and most effective way to plump up your vagina is to inject fat into the outer lips of the vagina (labia majora). Much of the fat will survive. Many women, however, have excess skin of the labia majora that can be removed by excision, which makes the vagina look more plump. Occasionally, I will remove excess skin and also inject fat.
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There is definitely no risk associated with fat injections in the labia majora.
There is minimal pain following this procedure but do expect some swelling.
Restore Volume to Labia Majora
I am assuming that you are referring to the labia majora. A very effective way to plump the labia majora up is with fat transfer to the labia majora. The fat is usually harvested from you belly. Sometimes there is too much extra skin, such that it needs to be trimmed away in addition to the fat transfer.
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