Information about the procedure
The vaginal opening is encircled with the labia majora (outer lips) and the labia minora (inner lips). Some changes may occur in the labia minora of some individuals over time. Especially, pigmentation issues or excessive sagging of the skin may occur as problems. All of these potential problems may arise aesthetic concerns in women, as well as, bringing along some health issues. Also the
disproportionate size of the labia can lead to a number of bacterial problems
due to increased moisture levels. In some cases, drooping inner labia may
prevent penis entry and cause painful and problematic sexual intercourse and also the frequently recurring fungal infections will lead to considerations to undergo a labiaplasty. The size of the labia minora area is brought to normal size with this operation, refreshing the self confidence of women and eliminating the health issues.
Doctor B uses the RF-radiofrequency device for the excision of the excess tissue in the respective area. Because of the special anatomical structure in this part of the body, the radiofrequency-assisted procedure allows for reshaping the inner lips more readily and favorably; improving the existing issue. Doctor B uses the radiofrequency technique for labiaplasty based on his experiences because this technique causes less bleeding and injuries compared to frequently used laser and electrocautery.
Ideal Candidates For Labiaplasty
An ideal candidate for labiaplasty is woman with
functional, aesthetic and health problems in their vaginal area, Anyone who has
drooping, asymmetric, large, coarse and wrinkled inner lips can be a good
canditate for Labiaplasty. Doctor B also argues that the patients who have aesthetic
and health problems with their inner labia or those who don’t have a total
regional problem yet are suitable candidate for Labiaplasty.