Labiaplasty in London
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Though labia come in countless shapes and sizes, all of them healthy and normal, some people nevertheless decide that they’d prefer a different look, and opt for labiaplasty. During this procedure, the surgeon can remove excess skin and tissue from the labia minora, or inner lips. This typically gives a smaller, more “tucked in” appearance. Understandably, you’ll want a surgeon you can trust to perform this procedure with care. A Medbelle surgeon is highly trained and will be able to walk you through the procedure, step by step.
Choose Medbelle for your Labiaplasty in London
When you undertake labiaplasty at any Medbelle clinic you can be assured that you’re working with some of the very best surgeons London has to offer. Our fully qualified surgeons are trained in the UK and BAAPS/BAPRAS members with at least 10 years of experience as plastic surgeons. They are motivated to ensure you receive the highest quality care and current procedures within the field of labiaplasty, providing expert advice and support every step of the way.
Our Labiaplasty surgeons in London
Medbelle Locations in London
Our London clinics boast the ultimate patient care facilities, providing you with everything you need to prepare for, and recover from, your labiaplasty procedure. Every Medbelle location has staff that is fully committed to your complete satisfaction, safety, and comfort. If you’re considering a labiaplasty procedure for yourself, our London clinics will provide you with the discretion and professionalism you would expect from world-leading hospitals.
Featured Medbelle Locations in London
The London Welbeck Hospital has been providing an exceptionally high standard of care for over 90 years. Registered with The Care Quality Commission, and employing some of the most sought after cosmetic surgeons in London, you can be confident that The Welbeck is the ideal location for your labiaplasty surgery.
Highgate Private Hospital prides itself on modern, state-of-the-art facilities within one of London’s most famous suburbs. With continued investment in the latest medical technology, and working with over 200 of London’s most experienced consultants, Highgate Private Hospital provides everything you need for a successful labiaplasty procedure.
Your Labiaplasty in London
Labiaplasty, also known as a “designer vagina” procedure, is a common and straightforward cosmetic surgical procedure where the labia (lips) of the vagina are reshaped or reduced in size. Whilst it is important to note that there is no “normal” labia size, some women find that larger labia can cause discomfort during exercise or sex, or cause self-consciousness when wearing close-fitting clothing like leggings or swimsuits.
Labiaplasty is carried out with either a local or sedative anaesthetic. You will typically not need to remain in hospital overnight, though in some cases an overnight stay may be required.
There are two main types of procedure. The simple trim or strip method involves using a scalpel or laser to trim away the edges of the labia. It’s best suited for women wanting to remove long, uneven edges.
The Wedge method involves removing a V-shaped wedge from the labia and joining the two remaining sections. This creates a more natural look post-surgery whilst achieving the same reduction outcomes as the Trim or Strip method.
In all cases, your surgeon will discuss your individual needs with you and help you decide the right process to help you achieve your desired outcome.
You will likely not need to stay in hospital overnight after your surgery.
While you will notice results immediately after surgery, the full aesthetic results of your procedure may not be visible until 6 months after surgery as the swelling goes down completely and scars settle and heal.
London Labiaplasty: Frequently Asked Questions
It’s important to thoroughly research a procedure before making your decision. We’ve compiled a list of the most commonly asked questions to help you better understand what to expect when it comes to labiaplasty.