Category Archives: Labiaplasty/Vaginoplasty

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Labiaplasty Basics

Labiaplasty Basics

Labiaplasty surgery is controversial, though the kerfuffle is slowly subsiding. Physicians, including gynecologists, feared that women were influenced by pornography. They emphasized to their patients that they were normal the way they were. Which they were. But normal isn’t always …
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Plastic Surgery: A Shame Game?

Woman reading tabloid magazine about celebrity plastic surgery

Some of plastic surgery’s biggest fans are its critics. Take the Daily Mail, for instance. In October, 2014, their headline screamed,  “What HAS Renee Zellweger done to her face?” Readers gobbled it up, responding with 3,600 comments. People love to hate …
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A Labiaplasty Patient’s Journal

Self-consciousness about "falling out" can restrict activities in labiaplasty patients, unlike this beach volley ball player in a bikini

Why I Wanted a Labiaplasty I’m a patient of Dr. Furnas’s. Because there isn’t that much information out there about what to expect after a labiaplasty, I kept a journal to be used in this blog. If you’re considering a labiaplasty, …
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Labiaplasty: Trim (Linear) & V-Wedge

bikini bottom 3Labiaplasty addresses both the inner labia minora, which can get entangled in underwear, as well as the outer labia majora, which can hang after pregnancy.
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Mons Pubis Reduction

The mons area lies over the pubic bone and usually has a small pad of fat meant to protect the bone if it gets bumped. But sometimes that pad becomes a target for fat cells, and it grows and grows until it bulges in an area women don?t want to bulge. Luckily there are solutions. Liposuction is the most common treatment.
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Choices in Vaginoplasty, Vaginal Surgery and Labiaplasty

Labiaplasty and vaginal surgery are growing in popularity as women become more familiar with their intimate areas.
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