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Labia Reduction

Labiaplasty, Reclaim Comfort

With over 20 years of experience in women’s health procedures, Aesthetica in Melbourne is dedicated to helping you achieve a unique and personalized labiaplasty experience.
Our skilled practitioners specialize in labia reduction to enhance both comfort and confidence. Includes your

  1. labia minora,
  2. labia majora,
  3. clitoral hood debulking

Labiaplasty precisely modifies the size and thickness of the labia minora, without affecting functionality. Our experienced team has over 15 years of experience in labiaplasty surgery. We stay at the forefront of innovation by regularly refining techniques through training under the guidance of renowned experts like Dr. Red Alinsod in the United States. This ensures that you receive the latest techniques for a pleasing, natural-looking result.

At Aesthetica, we understand the importance of maintaining your privacy. Our labiaplasty procedure is performed with the utmost care and discretion. Our goal is to provide you with results that improve your personal appearance while ensuring that no one will know you’ve had the procedure done.

Book your consultation

It is up to you how you start your labia reduction journey, or not.

Ideally, it is best to meet your Doctor initially.
A consultation with Dr. Dash or Dr. Kishen is available for a fee of $160.00. They will

  • discuss your options for labia reduction,
  • discuss before and after care
  • show you before and after photos,
  • and provide transparent information about the labiaplasty cost.

Or if you find that a bit daunting you are most welcome to arrange a complimentary meeting with our patient advisor. Julie will get to know you,  provide information on the procedure options and your care, and answer your questions as best she can. You will not be examined.

Labia Minora

The labia minora, or inner lips, vary in size, shape, and color.
Our labia minora reduction procedure aims to reduce excess, floppy, or uneven skin, giving you a pleasing aesthetic appearance.

Labia Majora

We also offer refinement techniques for labia majora reduction, such as 

  • surgically
  • fractionated resurfacing
  • non surgical radio frequency
  • or in combination

The best options to address your concerns will be thoroughly discussed during your consultation.

Clitoral Hood Reduction

Clitoral hood reduction, which can be performed as a stand-alone procedure or as part of a labiaplasty, is a precise technique that focuses on the excess skin around the clitoris without affecting its functionality. Our advanced techniques prioritize your safety and ensure that no harm comes to your clitoris or its nerves.

Your Labiaplasty Surgery

We prefer to perform labiaplasty as a surgical day procedure using local anesthesia, with or without sedation, taking approximately one hour. However, we also offer the option of a general anesthetic based on your preference for comfort. Our top priority is ensuring your comfort throughout the process.

Your Labiaplasty Recovery

After the procedure, we recommend 2-3 days of bed rest to reduce discomfort and aid healing. We will closely monitor your recovery through post-operative check-ups and regular communication.
While bleeding, discomfort, and swelling are expected initially, we will provide appropriate pain relief and ice to help you manage these effects. Swelling typically subsides within 4-6 weeks, and most patients can return to work within 3-4 days, resuming gentle exercise after 3-4 weeks.

How much does labiaplasty cost?

The total cost of your labiaplasty will be discussed in detail during your consultation. Using a local anesthetic, the procedure could be around $5,800.00, inclusive of all labia reduction costs, medication, and post-operative care.
If you prefer a general anesthetic, additional fees for the anesthetist and theatre may apply.
We will provide a comprehensive explanation of the costs during your consultation to ensure transparency.

Labiaplasty Risks

As with any surgical procedure, there are potential risks and complications, although they are rare.
During your consultation with your Doctor, they will discuss these risks in detail and taking into consideration your previous medical history and your current health.

Potential risks, but not limited to-

  • Abnormal Scarring: very rare.
  • Infection: most unlikely.
  • Excess bleeding: very rare.
Aesthetica has been performing labiaplasty, labia reduction procedures in Melbourne over 18 years. Our experience in caring and understanding your needs is iportant to us.


Labiaplasty experience

Everyone has their own reason for wanting to consider a Labioplasty.

You do have a reason, and we respect that reason.
It could be

  • Discomfort in clothes.
  • Discomfort exercising, cycling, or horse riding
  • Pain, discomfort, or interference with intimate relationships

Further information on how your potential recovery.
however, you must remember everyone recovers differently.

Interesting facts- you are not alone

Labiaplasty statistics

Approximately 39% of women have excessive labia and less than 15% of these women do something about it!
The problem may be :

  • an adolescence problem
  • because of childbirth
  •  resulting from the natural ageing process of our body
  •  caused by trauma resulting in labia enlargement, unevenness, or traumatic tears that affect the size or appearance the labia

This can result in:

  • labia discomfort during intercourse
  • chronic rubbing
  • chaffing while playing a sport or bike riding
  • a pulling sensation
  • vulva pain

Most women simply live with these symptoms. They are not aware that there are options available, or too embarrassed to ask.
This is one of the reasons that the internet has been so helpful for these women.
Labiaplasty has risen from 444 women in 2000 to 1,427 in 2014 in Australia.
(Unfortunately, there are no more recent statistics).

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Ask a question

It is important to understand that any surgical, medical procedure or proven non-surgical treatment carries risks.
Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.