Labiaplasty (labia reduction & beautification) and other female cosmetic surgical procedures including Vaginoplasty (rejuvenation or tightening of the vagina) and Clitoral Unhooding (Hoodectomy), are becoming more popular as social acceptance of these cosmetic and reconstructive procedures continues toward mainstream. Labia surgery, which usually involves labia reduction—and vaginal rejuvenation, or tightening, are becoming as common today as other cosmetic procedures, including tummy tucks and breast augmentation. New advancements and techniques in Labiaplasty and Vaginoplasty typically lessen scarring, pain, recovery time, and show excellent results in the area sometimes referred to as Vaginal Cosmetic Surgery.
Labiaplasty, Vaginoplasty, and Clitoral Unhooding — Three Surgical Procedures For Three Different Problems
Labiaplasty is for women who have a problem with large labia, asymmetric labia or related female genital issues. Labiaplasty permits the reduction of large labia (labia minora and labia majora) to reduce their outward appearance and correct misshapenness or irregularities. Vaginoplasty—often called vaginal rejuvenation or reconstruction— is another surgical procedure that can help women who've had multiple childbirths by offering a surgical remedy to tighten and enhance the sensitivity of the vagina. Finally, Clitoral Unhooding (Hoodectomy), offers women new heightened sensation, arousal and increased personal satisfaction in their sex lives. The number of procedures in each surgical area (Labiaplasty, Vaginoplasty, Clitoral Unhooding) has been dramatically increasing. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) only recently began collecting information on vaginal rejuvenation (Vaginoplasty) in 2005—exclusively from their membership—but the growth in this area alone was shown to increase almost thirty percent (29.9%), from 2006, far eclipsing all but two other cosmetic procedures (Calf Implants & Pectoral Implants). It’s important to note that these numbers do not include the majority of procedures performed by OB/GYNs, Cosmetic Surgeons, and Urologists.
Female Genital Cosmetic Surgery (FGCS)—of which Vaginal Plastic Surgery is part—is a demanding surgical field, and few surgeons are skilled enough to perform the delicate procedures with good results. Some surgeons are formally trained in female medicine, as OB-GYNs—while others, equally competent, are plastic surgeons, cosmetic surgeons, and urologists. All are trained to understand the artistic nature of the procedure; and desired results that women expect. In almost every instance, women should only consider these types of surgical specialists when having one of these procedures performed.
Labiaplastysurgeon.com was one of the very first web portals, (launched almost six years ago), to address, in detail, the Feminine Genital Cosmetic Surgery (FGCS) medical field. As such, our intellectual roster of physicians from four surgical fields of medicine now includes Cosmetic Surgeons, OB/GYNs, Urologists, and Plastic Surgeons. The combined knowledge of the surgeons on this web portal empowers patients with the most comprehensive knowledge base of information, which women (and their mates) can use to choose the best surgeon for their needs. Our surgeons are diversely located to help patients find the best surgeon in their area and each was chosen because of their high professional qualifications and credentials in performing such procedures—and just as important, their good results.
Contact one of our experienced Labiaplasty Surgeons near you:
Dr. Bernard Stern (Miami, FL and Alexandria, VA 888-696-4767), Dr. Ryan Stanton (Beverly Hills, CA 310-278-0077), Dr. Federico Gonzalez and Dr. John Moore (Olathe/Kansas City, KS 913-782-0707), Dr. Otto Placik (Chicago/Arlington Heights, IL 312-787-5313), Dr. Michael Goodman (Davis, CA 530-753-2787), Dr. Susan Kolb (Atlanta, GA 770-457-4677), Dr. Susan Hardwick-Smith (Houston, TX 713.791.9100), Dr. Richard Rosenfield (Portland, OR 503-771-1883), Dr. Edward Jacobson (Greenwich, CT 203-869-8360 and London, England 020 7908 3860), Dr. Uma Penmetsa (Rochester, NY 585- 473-2846), Dr. Robert Jason (Manhattan & Long Island, NY 212-324-0014), Dr. Red Alinsod (Laguna Beach, CA 949-499-5311), Dr. Courtenay Poucher (Valencia/Los Angeles, CA 661-312-0497), Dr. Deborah Ekstrom (Worcester, MA 508-755-4825), Dr. Francisco Canales (Santa Rosa, CA 707-537-2111).
Our Labiaplasty Surgeons specialize in Female Genital Cosmetic Surgery including:
(Large Labia Reduction & Beautification): Many women
dislike the large protuberant appearance of their labia minora. This may
cause severe embarrassment with a sexual partner or loss of self-esteem,
and in some cases pain and discomfort.
(Tightening & Rejuvenation of the Vagina): Another widely
accepted surgical procedure, embraced by more and more women with children,
is vaginal surgery, or vaginoplasty.
Combination Labiaplasty & Vaginoplasty: Only a few specialized surgeons perform Vaginoplasty (rejuvenation & tightening) and Labiaplasty (reduction & beautification) at the same time. There are women who have been self conscious and bothered by large labia for years, but did nothing about it. Now, at the same time that they rejuvenate their sex lives thru Vaginoplasty—returning the vagina and supporting structures to a "pre-pregnancy" state—they can have their labia reduced and beautified; relieving any discomfort and self-consciousness they may have experienced in the past. The real advantage to having a combination surgery performed is that there is only one anesthesia session, and this usually results in considerable savings in procedural cost. (View Before and After Photo Gallery.)
Hymenoplasty (Hymen repair or reconstruction): LabiaplastySurgeon.com is sensitive to the needs of women whose cultures and religions embrace the need for unbroken hymen structure. As well, we discretely and confidentially help many women who have, sadly, been the victims of child molestation, child abuse, or rape. Many of our surgeons have years of experience in dealing with these problems and can assist you by calling them directly. Please feel free to call or email any of our surgeons about this special procedure.
G-Spot Anatomy, Stimulation, Enhancement: Simply stated, G-Spot stimulation does not affect every woman in the same way. It’s even reported that less than ten percent of all women ever achieve sexual climax as a result of natural or artificial stimulation of this region. Still, many women have reported that they DO get sexual satisfaction from stimulation of the G-Spot. As well, many women have read about enhancing or enlarging (engorging) this region via artificial fillers or fat transfer that can be achieved via surgical procedures.
Female sexual enhancement is defined as anything that enhances a woman's sexuality. This would include any procedures that improve ones self-image. Breast enlargement would be an example of the most frequent surgical procedures in this category. However, cosmetic surgery of the female external genitalia has been neglected and frequently overlooked because of conventional views on sexual acceptance. These views are now in a state of evolution yielding a more confident acceptance that these medical issues can be addressed with minor surgery.
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