What is a Labiaplasty?

Labial hypertrophy, or redundant skin of the labia minora, is a condition where the inner skin folds (labia minora) of the vulva are longer than the outer folds (labia majora). For some women, this tissue excess can be problematic for both functional and cosmetic reasons. The redundant tissue may cause pain during tampon or menstrual cup use, sexual intercourse, or workouts. Often. physical activity can lead to skin irritation and chafing, regardless of a woman’s undergarments or clothing. Even when the labial excess does not cause functional issues, some women have cosmetic concerns and choose to pursue surgery to alter the appearance of their labia minora. During a labiaplasty surgery, the labia minora are surgically tailored to reduce the size, improve symmetry, and reduce physical discomfort.

Dr. Sall and Dr. Zomerlei’s goal is creating a natural looking and balanced vulva.

This is a scheduled one-hour office procedure that is performed under local anesthetic and oral sedation with the use of an nitrous oxide sedation gas if desired.

Medications are prescribed prior to the procedure that are taken the day of.