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Women who are dealing with discomfort during sexual intercourse, excess tissues around the clitoris, or a reduction in sexual stimulation may be worried that there is nothing they can do. Fortunately, plastic surgeons have been offering labiaplasty, or “vaginal rejuvenation,” for women who deal with these exact problems. In some cases, the labial tissue in the vaginal area can become large, asymmetrical, or sagging and impact one’s comfort during sex or regular daily activities. In a situation such as this, a woman might want to ask a plastic surgeon about the labiaplasty procedure.

What is labiaplasty?

Labiaplasty is the blanket term for plastic surgery performed on the vaginal tissues. It is designed as a reconstructive or cosmetic procedure that improves the appearance of the labial tissues while also tightening or shortening them for comfort. The procedure might sound embarrassing, but it can completely transform women’s confidence in the bedroom and during routine exercise. The labia minora and labia majora are addressed during this procedure based on the needs of the patient. The entire area can be tightened and more aesthetic while ensuring better comfort for women.

What can be done with the labiaplasty procedure?

There are several ways in which Dr. Jeffrey J. Roth can improve the labial tissues for women. It is best for women who deal with:

  • Asymmetrical labial tissues
  • Elongated, enlarged, or sagging labial tissues
  • A reduction in sexual stimulation or satisfaction
  • Pain or discomfort during sexual intercourse
  • Excess labial tissue around the clitoris, reducing the ability to achieve orgasm
  • Tissues that rub against the underwear and cause discomfort

What can I expect from healing after labiaplasty?

It is important that women schedule time off of work, school, and other activities following their procedure to heal properly and significantly reduce their risk of infection. Dr. Jeffrey J. Roth often recommends approximately one week off of work and activities following treatment, and women should not resume sexual intercourse or the use of tampons for approximately six weeks post-surgery.

Are you interested in vaginal rejuvenation with labiaplasty?

Contact Dr. Jeffrey J. Roth of Las Vegas, NV to discuss your options. His practice is located at 6140 S. Fort Apache Road, Suite #100 and accepts new patients.

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