What is a labiaplasty?
Labia reduction surgery (also known as labiaplasty) is becoming an increasingly popular procedure for women who are concerned about the shape and size of their labia, whether it is a result of natural childbirth, age, or even weight loss.
Labiaplasty surgery can reshape and reduce the size and prominence of your labia Minora/Majora, the inner and outer ‘lips’ that surround the opening of the vagina. It can also help to get rid of discomfort caused by wearing certain clothing or doing activities such as cycling or even having sexual intercourse.
At Pall Mall we understand that labiaplasty is a delicate and very personal surgery, so we do everything we can to make sure you are comfortable and well-informed about the procedure and recovery process. One of our Patient Co-ordinators will be with you throughout your journey and will be on hand to answer all of your questions, no matter how personal.
Our Consultant Gynaecologists have performed thousands of labiaplasty procedures and will recommend the best approach to achieve your desired result.
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We’re one of the few cosmetic surgery providers owned and led by doctors.
Your initial consultation will always be with one of our surgeons.
You’ll have your surgery at our state-of-the-art private hospital and you'll recover in a private room with en-suite facilities.
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We offer 0% finance over 24 months on all cosmetic surgery procedures.
I underwent this procedure 8 weeks ago with Dr Gendy and I can't believe how amazing the whole treatment was from consultation to operation, considering how inexpensive my Labiaplasty was. I would highly recommend Dr Gendy and the Pall Mall clinic.
How much does labiaplasty cost?
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What happens during
From your first call or email, we’re here to support you. Whether you're researching about a labiaplasty and would like more information, or you're ready to meet a surgeon to see what results you can achieve, our team of patient co-ordinators are here to help.
For women, a Labiaplasty surgery can be a nerve-wracking experience and therefore we recommend that during the consultation, you ask as many questions as possible to alleviate any worries. The session lasts 20-45 minutes meaning you have plenty of time to get all the knowledge you require after the surgeon has examines the area and discussed the results and risks of the operation.
Labiaplasty is a straightforward procedure however naturally it can still cause some concern for women which we completely understand. Therefore to allay these fears, we like to have you into the surgery in the lead up to the operation for both a medical check-up to make sure you are in good health and capable of the surgery whilst also allowing you to get any worries off your chest.
When you arrive at the hospital for your surgery you will be greeted after by your nurse and surgeon and shown to your comfortable room. They will inspect your health to make sure you will be able to have the operation without complications and ask for a final consent form to be signed.
Once you are in the theatre you will be sedated with a local or general anaesthetic and the excess skin will be trimmed and reshaped before beginning to apply the absorbable sutures. Whilst it is natural to be worried, the operation is very simple and will only last one hour.
After the surgery, you will not be left to your own devices! You will be asked to return to the clinic and see either a surgeon or nurse regularly over the next six weeks, usually at week 1, 2 and 6. This way you can have some reassurance that you are healing correctly and are progressing as normal.
At Pall Mall, we are extremely proud of every step of the journey we go on with you, including our aftercare. If you want to get in touch with us after your surgery you can contact one of our nurses 24/7 or you are welcome to attend further check-ups at a clinic.