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Gynaecology surgery

Labiaplasty (Labia Reduction)

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Labiaplasty (Labia Reduction)

Regain your confidence

It’s not unusual for a woman to feel dissatisfied with her labia, especially if they are asymmetrical, long or slightly bulky. SMG are experts in labia reduction surgery, so you can count on our experienced surgeons to enhance your personal comfort, boost your self-confidence and make your labia more aesthetically desirable — for both you and your partner.

Enquire about labia reduction (labiaplasty) with SMG

The purpose of a Labia reduction is to better define the inner labia. It is especially suitable for those women who dislike the large bulging (protuberant) appearance of their labia minora. This may cause embarrassment with a sexual partner. The overly large labia minora can also result in constant irritation in tight trousers and/or underwear. Some women are born with large labia, others may develop this condition with childbirth or age.

We understand that this is an important decision in your life so, before you decide to go ahead with labia reduction surgery, SMG will offer you a thorough one-to-one free medical consultation with a surgeon who specialises in labia reduction procedures. During your consultation, you will be asked to highlight what you would like to see improved. This will help your surgeon to understand your expectations and determine whether they can realistically be achieved.

Contact SMG today for a labia reduction quote, to order a free brochure
or to arrange a FREE, no obligation consultation.. You could soon be one of the many women whose life has been transformed by SMG’s labia reduction procedure.

Labia Reduction Procedure

SMG’s goal is to make your experience as easy and comfortable as possible. The procedure, usually performed under general anaesthetic, generally takes about one hour.

Labiaplasty is a surgical procedure that will reduce and/or reshape the labia minora – the skin that covers the clitoris and vaginal opening.

The Recovery Period

After surgery, you may experience some mild discomfort and swelling, which usually disappears completely after 1–2 weeks. The labial incisions usually heal and are rarely noticeable.

In most cases you can return to work within 1 week, with swelling disappearing within 1–2 weeks. However, patients recover at different rates and it is important that you listen to your body.

To monitor your progress, we will invite you back to SMG at prescribed intervals for follow-up examinations with your surgeon or our nursing staff.

Considerations

Fortunately, significant complications from Labiaplasty are infrequent. Every year many women have labia reduction surgery, experience no major problems and are delighted with the results. Anyone considering labiaplasty surgery, however, should be aware of both the benefits and the risks. Your surgeon will discuss these with you during your consultation.

For specific information based on your individual needs, we will be happy to arrange a FREE, no obligation consultation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who’s labiaplasty for?

The purpose of a Labia reduction is to better define the inner labia. It is especially suitable for those women who dislike the large bulging (protuberant) appearance of their labia minora. This may cause embarrassment with a sexual partner. The overly large labia minora can also result in constant irritation in tight trousers and/or underwear. Some women are born with large labia, others may develop this condition with childbirth or age.

What does labia reduction surgery involve?

SMG’s goal is to make your experience as easy and comfortable as possible. The procedure, usually performed under general anaesthetic, generally takes about one hour.

What should I know about labiaplasty surgery?

We understand that this is an important decision in your life so, before you decide to go ahead with labia reduction surgery, SMG will offer you a thorough one-to-one medical consultation with a surgeon who specialises in labia reduction procedures. During your consultation, you will be asked to highlight what you would like to see improved. This will help your surgeon to understand your expectations and determine whether they can realistically be achieved.

How is labia reduction performed?

Labiaplasty is a surgical procedure that will reduce and/or reshape the labia minora – the skin that covers the clitoris and vaginal opening.

Are there any risks with labia reduction?

Fortunately, significant complications from Labiaplasty are infrequent. Every year many women have labia reduction surgery, experience no major problems and are delighted with the results. Anyone considering labiaplasty surgery, however, should be aware of both the benefits and the risks. Your surgeon will discuss these with you during your consultation.

What happens after labia reduction surgery?

After surgery, you may experience some mild discomfort and swelling, which usually disappears completely after 1–2 weeks. The labial incisions usually heal and are rarely noticeable.

When can I resume my normal activities?

In most cases you can return to work within 1 week, with swelling disappearing within 1–2 weeks. However, patients recover at different rates and it is important that you listen to your body.

What aftercare can I expect after labia reduction surgery?

At SMG, we take a special pride in our excellent levels of post-operative support and aftercare. To monitor your progress, we will invite you back to SMG at prescribed intervals for follow-up examinations with your surgeon or our nursing staff.

How much does labia reduction cost?

For an estimate on how much a labiaplasty may cost, we recommend that you call SMG FREE on 080 8120 6654 for our latest labia reduction prices.

For specific information based on your individual needs, we will be happy to arrange a FREE, no obligation consultation.

Prices

Procedure Aftercare Stay Price
Labia reduction 24 Months Daycase From £2745.00
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    We offer a door to door service on the day of your operation from anywhere in the country to the hospital for the additional charge of £220.