The labia majora and minora are the outer folds of the vaginal opening, the soft tissue that protects the orifice and creates the external appearance. Genetics, aging and stress all play a factor in the appearance of the labia. Some people are born with larger or smaller labia and they may change as you get older. At Eden Plastic Surgery Institute, we offer vaginal rejuvenation and reshaping procedures, including labiaplasty, at our medical center in Miami.
Dr. Ali Charafeddine is a board certified plastic surgeon with extensive experience and credentials in reshaping the human body. He trained at renowned medical facilities known for their expertise in plastic surgery, including the Mayo Clinic and Cleveland Clinic. Dr. Charafeddine can use his expertise to help you achieve a more youthful and firmer outer vaginal area with personalized labiaplasty.
What Is Labiaplasty?
The “lips,” or labia, come in different sizes and shapes that are different for each woman. Some women have petite labia while others have fuller, longer vaginal lips, even when they are young. Childbirth, sex, exercise and aging can all change the elements of the labia. The skin and tissue can stretch, creating longer folds. This can become uncomfortable and even noticeable when wearing tight or revealing clothing like yoga pants or a swimsuit. The actual appearance of the labia may also be a concern for some women.
Labiaplasty is plastic surgery that reshapes and tightens the labia majora and minora. Excess tissue can be removed to create smaller, firmer folds that are more youthful in appearance. This can improve comfort and reduce embarrassing lumps that show through clothing while improving sexual confidence and enjoyment.
If you are concerned about the appearance of your larger labia area or causing you discomfort, contact us at Eden Plastic Surgery Institute today to schedule a private and confidential consultation with Dr. Ali Charafeddine. We offer cosmetic labiaplasty for vaginal rejuvenation or reshaping at our medical facility in Miami.