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Labial Reduction Surgery: Woman’s Transformation

Published onAugust 27, 2018 by

Labial Reduction Surgery: Woman's Transformation

Labial Reduction Surgery Becoming More Popular

I feel so blessed to do something that I love every day. I consider it a great privilege to be a part of a woman’s transformation that helps them feel more confident, brings their body back after pregnancy, helps them create better curves to fit into their dream wedding dress, or gives them a little kickstart towards living a healthier and more fit lifestyle.

Being a female board certified plastic surgeon in a predominantly man’s field and perform advanced surgeries that not only require extreme technical skill but also artistry and talent where understanding the female body and what woman want and care about is truly important.

As a woman myself, I am particularly sensitive to women seeking vaginal cosmetic surgery procedures. Often women live with discomfort, embarrassment, avoidance of certain tight fitting clothing and feel self conscious in their relationships because of labial asymmetry, protuberance, or excessive labial show. Labiaplasty (labia reduction and shaping) is becoming more popular and one of the most common procedures I perform as more women are realizing there is a solution to their concerns in this area. My patient range from young college students, to moms post pregnancy, to post menopausal women seeking rejuvenation after menopause.  For any of you that question the dramatic difference labiaplasty makes – visit my labiaplasty gallery on my website  The photos are too graphic to show on Instagram but the results truly speak for themselves. Like all of my surgeries, to create a truly beautiful shape with a seamless incision and a quick recovery – creativity, artistry, attention to detail and talent are necessary – especially for such an important part of a woman’s body.  Today I perform a labiaplasty with clitoral hood reduction

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