Serving Orange County: Newport Beach and Fullerton, CA
While physical discomfort is often a concern for women with elongated labia, I’ve found that the emotional impact of this condition is the deciding factor that leads many women to consider labia reduction (labiaplasty). I understand how difficult it can be to discuss the appearance of this most intimate area of the body with anyone else, and I can assure you that you will have complete support and discretion from my practice.
Is This You?
Here are some of the common reasons I hear about why a woman is considering labia reduction:
I encourage you to contact us online or call 949-759-0980 today to schedule a labiaplasty consultation at one of my Orange County offices. Along with my supportive staff, I am committed to helping you increase your confidence and reach your cosmetic goals. I will take ample time during your consultation to give you my best recommendations and educate you about all your options.
I understand how tough it can be to talk with anyone else about this surgery, especially a medical doctor. I can assure you that you will have complete support and discretion from my practice.
– Dr. Savalia
It is not uncommon for women to feel sensitive about having prominent or uneven labia. Some women have always had larger labia, while others have seen a physical change after pregnancy and childbirth. Enlarged labia may cause self-consciousness and contribute to physical discomfort during intercourse and irritation during athletic and physical activities.
I perform labiaplasty to cosmetically enhance the labia minora (inner labia) and/or labia majora (outer labia) for a trim, symmetrical appearance. During the procedure, I carefully reshape the labia, in some cases using liposuction to refine the contours of the mons pubis in addition to the labia. If the labia majora appear deflated, I can use fat grafting to further improve the appearance.
This surgery may be performed under local or general anesthesia, depending on your personal preferences and my recommendation. After surgery, you’ll wear a dressing that’s similar to a menstrual pad, and should rest for the first several days. Discomfort can be alleviated with cold compresses, and you can resume normal daily activities after about a week, although exercise or sexual intercourse should wait for 4 to 6 weeks after your labiaplasty.
From your consultation and surgery to recovery and beyond, I am committed to ensuring that you feel safe, supported and comfortable. For more information on labiaplasty, I encourage you to contact us online today.