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400 Newport Center Drive, Suite 100
Newport Beach, CA 92660
Mon–Fri: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
31150 Temecula Pkwy, Suite 103
Temecula, CA 92592
Mon–Fri: 8 a.m.–5 p.m. | Closed 12 p.m.–1 p.m.
Some women have labia minora that are naturally elongated or uneven; others experience stretching and damage from childbirth or intercourse. The natural aging process has an effect as well. While you might think about this concern often, you might be reluctant to reach out for help. At United Plastic Surgery, our caring board-certified plastic surgeons want you to feel comfortable and confident. They have helped many women with labiaplasty in Newport Beach and Temecula.
Labiaplasty, also called labial reduction, is an elective surgery that women choose for both functional and cosmetic improvements to the inner labia (labia minora), which include:
Labiaplasty does not repair or tighten the vagina (vaginal canal). Many women choose labiaplasty as part of mommy makeover surgery along with breast enhancement and a tummy tuck.
Dr. Larson and Dr. Pham are experienced, highly trained board-certified plastic surgeons united in their dedication to superior patient care and surgical outcomes. They are committed to each patient from the initial consult to surgery to a personal phone call after surgery and beyond.
Dr. Larson and Dr. Pham perform labiaplasty as an outpatient procedure. You may choose local anesthesia with IV sedation or general anesthesia. They use one of the following techniques depending on your needs and preferences:
While the surgery may seem simple, it is important to choose a qualified, experienced plastic surgeon. Labiaplasty requires precision, an aesthetic eye, and a delicate technique to prevent complications and achieve optimal results in this sensitive area.
Patients typically recover from labiaplasty within about a week or two. Expect tenderness in the first week or so. Be sure to wear loose clothing and take it easy for at least the first week. Sutures are usually dissolvable and do not need to be removed.
While everyone heals at their own rate, the following is a typical timeline of post-surgical milestones.
Request a complimentary consultation using our online form or call to meet with Dr. John Larson in Newport Beach or call to meet with Dr. Phuong Pham in Temecula.