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Labia Majora augmentation, Labial filler, Labioplasty

Eve On 21 offers Labia Majora Augmentation, Labial filler, surgical and non-surgical Labioplasty procedures.

There are many reasons a patient might choose to have a procedure on their Labia Majora.

For some, it’s to improve the look and feel of their labia, for others, it’s to combat the effects of intercourse discomfort, ageing, or other medical issues.

At Eve On 21, we offer Labia Majora Augmentation, Labial Filler, surgical and non-surgical Labioplasty procedures as part of the many treatments provided by highly skilled practitioners.

Labia Majora Augmentation is a procedure for the Labia Majora (the skin areas on either side of the vulva), which corrects the “deflation” of the area caused by ageing due to a continuous loss of fat and change in skin quality. Labial fillers can be used to increase the volume of Labia Majora.

Procedures can also be performed to reduce the size of enlarged Labia Majora, which can be a result of significant weight gain or weight loss.

How can Labia Majora Augmentation, Labial filler, surgical and non-surgical Labioplasty procedures benefit patients?

Weight loss, ageing, childbirth, genetic predisposition, and professional cycling may change the shape of the Labia. This can sometimes affect women’s confidence to wear particular clothing, their ability to undergo physical activity such as swimming, or riding, and enjoy intimacy. Furthermore, their self-esteem, physical health and mental health may be impacted. Fortunately, surgical and non-surgical labioplasty can assist women who are concerned with their appearance, or associated symptoms, of their labia.

Eve On 21 aims to provide the highest level of treatment and advice. Their dedicated team is available to consult with you about your queries and concerns.

Eve On 21 can safely and skilfully perform your Labia Majora Augmentation procedure.

We tailor our treatment to each individual situation ensuring every patient receives a personalised experience where they feel valued and unique.

We offer varied options for each patient’s situation, and we will work with you to help you decide which treatment best suits your needs.

Our surgical and non-surgical Labioplasty procedures, such fractional CO2 laser (Dot therapy), in addition to our Labial filler and Labial Augmentation, are performed by highly skilled and experienced physicians who are dedicated to their patients’ health and wellbeing, as well as getting the best results and outcomes.

Labial Augmentation Treatments At Eve

There are many reasons a patient might choose to have a procedure on their Labia Majora.

For some, it’s to improve the look and feel of their labia – for others, it’s to combat the sexual intercourse discomfort, the effects of ageing, or other medical issues.

At Eve On 21 (Adelaide, SA), we offer Labia Majora Augmentation, Labial Filler, surgical and non-surgical Labioplasty (female genital cosmetic surgery) procedures as part of the many treatments provided by highly skilled practitioners.

Labia Majora Augmentation is a procedure for the Labia Majora (the skin areas on either side of the vulva), which corrects the “deflation” of the area caused by ageing due to a continuous loss of fat and change in skin quality. Labial fillers can be used to increase the volume of Labia Majora.

Procedures can also be performed to reduce the size of enlarged Labia Majora, which can be a result of significant weight gain or weight loss.

How can Labia Majora Augmentation, Labial filler, surgical and non-surgical Labioplasty procedures benefit patients?

Weight loss, ageing, childbirth, genetic predisposition, and professional cycling may change the shape of the Labia. This can sometimes affect women’s confidence to wear particular clothing (for example, wearing tight clothing for a day at the beach can become quite challenging), their ability to undergo physical activity such as swimming or riding, and enjoy intimacy. Furthermore, their self-esteem, physical health and mental health may be impacted. Fortunately, surgical and non-surgical labioplasty can assist women who are seeking labioplasty because they are concerned with the appearance, or associated symptoms, of their labia.

Eve On 21 aims to provide the highest level of treatment and advice. Their dedicated team is available to consult with you about your queries and concerns regarding labiaplasty in Adelaide.

Eve On 21 can safely and skilfully perform your Labia Majora Augmentation procedure.

We tailor our treatment to each individual situation ensuring every patient receives a personalised experience where they feel valued and unique.

We offer varied options for each patient’s situation, and we will work with you to help you decide which treatment best suits your needs.

Our surgical and non-surgical Labioplasty procedures, such fractional CO2 laser (Dot therapy), in addition to our Labial filler and Labial Augmentation, are performed by highly skilled and experienced physicians who are dedicated to their patients’ health and wellbeing, as well as getting the best results and outcomes.

Is labiaplasty surgery performed as a day surgery?

Labiaplasty surgery is usually not a day surgery. Most labiaplasty procedures are performed as outpatients. It usually takes about an hour and a half, and patients are typically discharged from surgery clinics within two hours of the surgery being completed. 

There can be some discomfort following the surgery, but it is usually manageable with medication. Typically, an antibiotic is prescribed to prevent any chance of infection, and a painkiller to manage pain. However, labiaplasty is minimally invasive and while we do our best to make the patient as comfortable as possible, there may be some discomfort for a day or two after the surgery. Most patients will be able to return to work within 1-2 weeks depending on how physically demanding their job is.

Recovery times vary from individual to individual, but generally the swelling and bruising will subside after a few weeks. The final results of the surgery can take up to six months to fully develop.

What is the difference between labia majora and labia minora procedures?

Labiaplasty surgery is a cosmetic surgery procedure that is performed to reduce the size of the labia majora and/or the labia minora. The labia majora are the two thicker, fleshy lips that surround the vaginal opening. The labia minora are the two thinner, more delicate inner lips that are located just inside of the labia majora.

Labiaplasty surgery is often performed to improve the appearance of the genital area, but it can also be performed for functional reasons, such as to relieve discomfort or pain caused by enlarged or elongated labia. The procedure can be performed using a variety of surgical techniques, depending on the individual patient’s needs and preferences.

The main difference between labia majora and labia minora procedures is the amount of tissue that is removed. With a labiaplasty surgery on the labia majora, the entire outer lip is removed. With a labiaplasty surgery on the labia minora, only the excess tissue that extends beyond the edges of the labia majora is removed.

Is labioplasty performed by a plastic surgeon and considered cosmetic surgery (or plastic surgery) in South Australia?

Labioplasty, also known as labiaplasty surgery or labia reduction, is a surgical procedure performed by a specialist plastic surgeon to reduce the size of the labia minora.

Labioplasty is considered cosmetic surgery. Cosmetic labioplasty has become one of the most common labiaplasty surgeries performed in Australia. While labioplasty was originally used to correct functional issues, such as labial hypertrophy (labia minora which are unusually large), labioplasty is now most commonly performed for cosmetic reasons, to improve the appearance of the labia minora by removing excess skin.

Labioplasty surgery can be performed using a variety of techniques, including laser vaginal surgery, scalpel surgery, or scissors surgery. The most common labioplasty technique involves removing a section of the labia minora using a scalpel or scissors, then stitching the labia closed. 

Labioplasty surgery begins with the labiaplasty surgeon marking the labiaplasty incision lines with a pen on the labia majora and labia minora. Labioplasty surgery is often done under general anesthesia, but if labial implants are going to be placed, labioplasty surgery can be performed under local anesthesia. The labioplasty surgeon then makes labiaplasty incisions into the labia majora and labia minora to remove excess labial tissue. Then the surgeon places labial implants into the labia majora if labial augmentation is required. After labioplasty surgery, the surgeon covers the incision line with a dressing and/or bandage.

Laser labioplasty is a more recent technique that uses laser coagulation to remove labial tissue and cauterize blood vessels during surgery. Labioplasty can be performed under general or local anaesthetic, depending on patient preference and surgeon recommendation.

Labioplasty is usually conducted in the aesthetic surgery department of a hospital or clinic, by either a cosmetic surgeon or plastic surgeon. If labioplasty is conducted for functional rather than cosmetic reasons, the labiaplasty surgery may be conducted by urologists and gynaecologists. Cosmetic labioplasty is an outpatient procedure that usually takes approximately 1 hour to perform, depending on the labiaplasty technique used.

Is labioplasty as invasive as breast implants, breast reduction and tummy tucks surgery?

No, labioplasty is definitely less invasive than many other popular cosmetic surgical treatments that are usually part of “mummy makeover” (a set of body contour adjustments and body lifts).

Breast surgery – whether it involves breast augmentation, breast lift, or breast implant removal – is a much more serious procedure that involves more complex surgery and longer hospital stays. The same is true for various lifts (thigh lift, arm lift etc.), weight loss surgery (like neck liposuction), reconstruction surgery, and  fat grafting procedures (procedures involving fat transferred to another part of the body – for example, with the purpose of breast enlargement.)

Labiaplasty surgery is a relatively safe and minimally invasive procedure, and most patients experience minimal discomfort and quick recovery after undergoing labiaplasty. However, it is important to note that every individual is different and that the results of surgery will vary from patient to patient. It is important to discuss your concerns and goals (as well as any possible risks and complications) with your surgeon before undergoing any surgical procedure.

Contact us today to talk to one of our doctors about safe and effective labial procedures.