Labiaplasty is also known as labioplasty, labia reduction, inner lip reduction, clitoral hood reduction.
We can offer you
- Labiaplasty surgery as a day procedure using a local anaesthetic. Or if you prefer under a general anaesthetic.
- One on one consultations with the surgeon Dr Ashley.
- You should be able to return to work after 3-4 days rest.
- The latest healing post-operative treatments.
- Extensive aftercare
Labiaplasty is the surgical procedure that precisely modifies the size and thickness of the labia minora. It does not affect any functionality.
Dr Ashley leads our team of surgeons. He has over 15 years of experience in labiaplasty surgery and has performed over 1,000 labiaplasties. At present, we are performing 2 -3 per week.
Dr Ashley is regularly refining is technique and training in the United States under the guidance of Dr Red Alinsod. He developed and pioneered many of the innovative techniques labiaplasties.
By continually improving his technique, you are receiving the latest techniques that will give you a pleasing natural-looking result.
Most importantly, no-one should ever know you have had the procedure done.
We prefer to perform our labiaplasty as a surgical day procedure using a local anaesthetic, with or without sedation. It takes about an hour for a labiaplasty.
However, if you feel that’s all too much then a general anaesthetic can be an option. It’s up to you.
We want you to feel as comfortable as possible.
Labia Minora Reduction Surgery
They are usually two flaps of skin either side of the vagina. They act as protective structures for the vagina, clitoris and urinary orifice. The labia minora can vary in size, shape and colour. Labia minora reduction surgery will reduce excess, floppy, or uneven skin.
The labia minora is also known as the inner lips. They can vary in size, shape and colour. Above all, your labia minora is there to protect your vagina and urethra (the tube that carries urine from the bladder to the outside of your body) from bacteria. Labia minora reduction surgery will remove excess, floppy, or uneven labia minora, to give you a pleasing look.
Clitoral Hood Reduction Surgery
Aesthetica surgeons have been trained in clitoral hood reduction surgery. It is a precise procedure that works closely around the clitoris without affecting its functionality.
It can be performed as a stand-alone procedure or as part of a labiaplasty.
Clitoral Hood reduction involves removing excess skin on either side of the clitoris. Most importantly, our advanced techniques do not go near your clitoris or any of the nerves.
Labia Majora Reduction Surgery
Our surgeons continue to refine their labia majora reduction surgery technique. They reduce the size of the labia majora by excising a crescent-shaped portion of the inner portion of the majora.
Frequently Asked Questions
The labia reduction surgery itself is pain-free.
However, there is some discomfort for a couple of days after your surgery. Bed rest for 2-3 days is recommended.
Dr Ashley and your nurse will monitor your recovery through a number of post-operative check-ups and phone calls.
They are available at any time to address your concerns.
Firstly, there will be bleeding, which will be uncomfortable.
It will last for approximately 12-48 hours. Most importantly, you will be given pain relief to help you through this time.
Secondly, swelling can cause discomfort. It can last for 4 weeks, although the majority will go down, usually, within a fortnight.
Thirdly, your postoperative Omnilux LED Revive light treatments will assist with healing and the reduction of swelling.
Following your labiaplasty, recovery including resting and aftercare, usually means you can return to work after 3 -4 days.
Gentle exercise can be resumed after 3 -4 weeks.
When will I see results?
Labiaplasty procedures generally heal quite quickly and the stitches dissolve and will dissolve and fall out from 2 – 4 weeks.
Swelling can take 4-6 weeks to go down. Most importantly, you have to be patient because it can take 6-8 weeks to see the final labiaplasty result.
Labiaplasty Risks and Complications
As with all surgery procedures, labiaplasty risks and complications are possible, however, rare.
We will discuss these in full with you during your consultation.
Abnormal Scarring: very rare.
Infection: most unlikely.
Excess bleeding: very rare.
Labiaplasty Before and After Photos
We have many labiaplasty surgery before and after photos.
However, due to the personal nature of these pictures, we prefer to email them to you.
Or better still, we can show you many at a consultation with our Patient Advisor, Julie Plumley.
What Does Labiaplasty Cost?
Labiaplasty cost is discussed in detail at your first consultation. All our labiaplasty costs are inclusive.
All consultations are free, so you can get to know us and understand the surgical procedure.
A personal consultation with Dr Ashley is important when you are ready to explore your options.
The price for all our labiaplasty to be done using local anaesthetic and all-female genital procedures – are inclusive. To reduce your labia minora is $4,600.00.
Other areas that can be considered are:
- debulking or reducing your clitoral hood
- reducing your labia majora surgically or non surgically
- repairing perineal tears from birth
- removal of small skin tags
- It includes all your labia reduction procedure costs, medication and all your labiaplasty recovery and aftercare.
Your labiaplasty cost includes all your consultations, before and after your procedure.
Your aftercare will include phone calls the day after to ensure you are comfortable. Omnilux treatments will aid in recovery and the reduction of swelling.
If you prefer a general anaesthetic then there will be additional anaesthetist and theatre fees.
Is labiaplasty covered by Medicare?
We can discuss this with you during your consultation.
There is a criteria that is required to be met to meet Medicare to receive a rebate.
If eligible, private health insurance and Medicare may be applicable. But only for the general anaesthetic).
Your initial consultation is free.
The price for labiaplasty and all female genital surgery – are inclusive.
We have limited payment plans and are happy to discuss these with you. Please give us a call on 98246134 or send an email.
(If eligible, private health insurance and Medicare may be applicable. But only for the general anaesthetic).
Approximately 39% of women have excessive labia. You are not alone - Some female facts:
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.
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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.