The motivation for Labiaplasty surgery can be aesthetic or functional in nature.
For many women having larger or asymmetrical labia can cause chafing and discomfort whilst wearing tight fitting clothes, or during physical activities such as sexual intercourse and exercise.
For others the appearance of oversized or asymmetrical labia can be the cause of significant psychological distress or even embarrassment.
This often occurs when the appearance of the labia has changed over time, either with the onset of the ageing process or following childbirth, when the labia have become enlarged, stretched or asymmetrical. Equally, genetics can also play a part.
Whilst there is not accepted definition of what is normal when it comes to the size and shape of the labia, for many labiaplasty offers a highly effective, swift, and minimally invasive surgical solution that can solve the problem in a matter of hours.