Labiaplasty in Liverpool
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While there is no “normal”, there are many reasons you may feel unhappy with the shape or overall appearance of your labia. This could be following childbirth, excessive weight loss or even genetics. If you feel discomfort emotionally or physically because you feel your labia are painful during activities like sex or exercising, enlarged, stretched, asymmetrical, or have dark patches, then a labiaplasty may help you restore your comfort and confidence.
Choose Medbelle for Your Labiaplasty in Liverpool
Every Medbelle surgeon is a BAAPS/BAPRAS member, trained in the UK, and has at least 10 years of experience as a certified plastic surgeon. This means you can be safe in the knowledge that if you have any cosmetic procedure with us, you’ll be in safe hands. We’re on a mission to do things differently with the treatment and overall experience we provide to our patients. From your first consultation with us to the day of your surgery and the aftercare process, we’ll be with you every step of the way. Our patients can expect the best level of treatment and care from all those who will look after them during their surgery with us. Plus with flexible payment options to suit you, accessing high-quality cosmetic surgery here in Liverpool couldn’t be more straightforward.
Our Labiaplasty surgeons in Liverpool
Medbelle Locations in Liverpool
If you are based in Liverpool and are looking to have labiaplasty, then you’re in the right place. Here at Medbelle, we know that your main priority is to find a surgical team that will listen to your needs and concerns so that you get the results you want. Plus, we also know you want quality, care and excellence throughout your entire treatment and aftercare process. Our hospitals feature state-of-the-art technology, and our treatments are delivered in luxurious surroundings that are worlds away from the typical healthcare experience you may be used to.
So, if you are considering any form of cosmetic surgery in Liverpool, Medbelle will be pleased to welcome you to our clinic.
Featured Medbelle Location in Liverpool
Nuffield Chester, The Grosvenor Hospital has recently undergone a major refurbishment, including the addition of two brand new operating theatres, and a new day case suite. The hospital has 22 en-suite rooms and provides a number of medical and cosmetic procedures to its patients.
Your Labiaplasty in Liverpool
You may have noticed your labia has significantly changed following childbirth or excessive weight loss. Or, you may have never been happy with the look of your labia or how it can be painful during exercise, sex, or even when wearing close-fitting clothes like leggings or skinny jeans. If you suffer any pain or discomfort with exercise or sexual intercourse, or if the appearance of your labia is the cause of self-esteem issues, then a labiaplasty may be able to help.
A labiaplasty is an operation which surgically reduces the size of the labia minora and majora. It can also reduce asymmetry or remove any dark pigmented areas.
The operation can be performed in one of two ways. An edge resection (known as a trim procedure) will neatly cut away excess skin on the labia minora in an oval shape.
Alternatively, your surgeon can make a wedged shaped incision into either side of the labia. The skin will then be pulled together and stitched for it to heal. This will maintain the natural border of your labia minora.
The operation is normally performed as a day procedure under local with sedation or general anaesthetic. Patients can usually go home on the same day. There are some aftercare steps which follow a labiaplasty, and it might take up to 6 months to fully see the results.
Liverpool Labiaplasty: Frequently Asked Questions
If you are considering undergoing a labiaplasty procedure, it is likely you have some questions about what to expect. Here we will answer some of your top questions.
How long will it take for me to recover following a labiaplasty?
How long do I need to wait to have sex after labiaplasty surgery?
Can labiaplasty give me normal looking labia?
Can I have labiaplasty on the NHS?