The main difference between labiaplasty and another treatment under the term “vaginal rejuvenation” is that labiaplasty is a surgical procedure. The goal of labiaplasty is to reduce the size of the labia minora (inner tissue of the female genitalia) so that they are flush with the labia majora (outer part of the female genitalia).

Various surgical techniques are used in this procedure, depending on the specific situation of the patient. No energy devices are required for labiaplasty. You will work with your plastic surgeon to determine the goals of your surgery.

There are a variety of reasons for enlarged labia in women, including childbirth, aging, sexual activity and genetics. Women choose to have surgery for several reasons. First, there are several functional benefits to choosing labiaplasty. Many women who suffer from enlarged labia have difficulty with sports, hygiene, urinary tract infections, sexual activity and other physical activities.


In addition, an enlarged labia can make it difficult to wear yoga pants, workout pants, and swimsuits as these garments become more popular. However, most patients describe feeling extremely self-conscious when engaging in a romantic relationship with their partner. These and other reasons are what women consider when they decide to have labiaplasty.

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