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Jun
2016

How to Decide If Labiaplasty Is Right for You

Intimate self-esteem is just as important as mental and whole-body positivity. Some women, especially after childbirth, experience excess tissue on their labia. It may hang a little bit lower than before and rub against clothing. This can become very uncomfortable. Some women also experience excess labia tissue prior to childbirth, as they just naturally have more skin on their labia majora and minora. If you find wearing particular pieces of clothing uncomfortable or if you do not like the look of your labia, labiaplasty in our Montreal clinic is a permanent surgical solution to remove excess external skin. You can also get this procedure to change the shape of your labia. In order to find out if you truly are a prime candidate for labiaplasty, you need to book a consultation with a doctor. However, before you rush to your phone, here are a few criteria to help you determine…


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May
2016

5 Tips for Staying Hygienic After Labiaplasty

Labiaplasty is one of the leading methods for reducing the size and shape of the folds around the vulva. The procedure has become common in recent years as surgeons have improved on the results they’ve been able to achieve within their labiaplasty work. With the increase in interest in the procedure, it’s important to have as much information as possible on how to recover effectively after undergoing labiaplasty. Within this blog, we’ll present five tips for staying hygienic after a labiaplasty procedure. Keep Incisions Dry One of the most important elements of recovery after labiaplasty is to keep your incisions dry. This will help to reduce the chances of infection and mitigate any swelling within the area. You may use a cloth or wet wipe to dry the area during your recovery. Keep dry dressings over the incisions throughout the week of your recovery. Inspect Incisions for Signs of Infection…


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15
Feb
2016

When Is It Time To Consider A Labiaplasty?

Labiaplasty has become one of the most popular procedures in North America, and its popularity is growing. According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, “With more than 10 million cosmetic procedures performed in 2014, those that showed the largest growth in volume on a year-over-year basis included buttock augmentation (up 86%), labiaplasty (up 49%), and nonsurgical fat reduction (up 42%).” Although this is an American statistic, the numbers from the Canadian market remain similar. What is labiaplasty and why do women have it done? Labiaplasty is a surgical procedure that trims and shapes either the inner or outer vaginal lips, or in some cases, both. The inner lips are known as labia minora and cover the vagina and clitoris; the outer lips — labia majora — are the flaps on the outside of the vagina. Why do so many women choose to have labiaplasty? In some cases, it…


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21
Sep
2015

Labiaplasty Aftercare

In 2013 the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery found that over 5000 women had labiaplasty performed, a 44 percent increase from the previous year. Many women are concerned about the recovery process once the procedure has been performed, but there shouldn’t be too much to be concerned about as the recovery process is similar to that associated with any minor surgery. It is normal for patients to experience mild discomfort after a labiaplasty procedure (not unlike other cosmetic surgeries), and this should not last beyond the first few days after surgery. In order to minimize the discomfort, the following steps can be taken: Use ice packs to control the swelling Take regular sitz baths to keep the vaginal area clean; you can also use baby wipes, but avoid wiping. Pat instead. Sleep with a pillow below your buttocks Take the necessary ointments and antibiotics as prescribed by the doctor…


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Aug
2015

How A Labiaplasty Can Affect Your Sex Life

Many people assume that removing labial tissue will reduce sexual sensitivity. However, nothing could be further from the truth. Labiaplasty does not remove any nerves, concentrating more sensitivity in a smaller area. Even better, it reforms the labia in a way that improves sexual satisfaction. Labiaplasty and Pleasure Labiaplasty will reduce the size of labia and the clitoral hood, making the clitoris more exposed during sex. The clitoris will require less arousal to become prominent, making foreplay much more, well, to the point. Proper exposure of the clitoris is the main reason to choose a qualified first-world surgeon for a labiaplasty. Using proper technique, a surgeon will avoid leaving any scar tissue around the clitoris, allowing for maximum pleasure. Labiaplasty and Pain Labiaplasty can also reduce or eliminate pain before and during intercourse. A common problem for labiaplasty patients is soreness while riding bikes, horses, or even just while wearing…


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