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Many women, as they age, are concerned about the appearance of their genital (“vaginal”) area. After childbirth, the labia can be a source of concern or possible embarrassment.
The labia consist of two paired folds. The outer labia, called the labia majora are the larger of the pair and the ones that most associated with feminine beauty and youth.
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What is the procedure?
The labia minora are simply trimmed to a smaller size. It’s a quick procedure, with minimal discomfort. While there is a small chance that some sensation may be lost, most of the sexual sensation is located in the clitoral and vaginal areas, which are not affected by the surgery.
The Goal of a Labiaplasty
The labia majora should be full and completely cover the inner, thinner labia, which are called the labia minora. These inner labia should not protrude from the outer labia or if they do it should be minimal. However, after childbirth, the labia minora may protrude excessively, stretch and lengthen. It is a simple procedure to correct the minora if it protrudes excessively; the procedure can be done under general or local anesthesia.
Who is a good candidate for labiaplasty?
- Moms to age 65
- Generally in good health
- Desire a restoring of their female genitalia to their youthful appearance
- Women who’s inner labia protrudes from the outer labia
Women with children who experience stretched or lengthen labia
What Does a Labiaplasty Cost in Chattanooga, North Georgia and North Alabama?
The average charges for a Labiaplasty start at $3,500. Naturally, your quote will depend on several factors, including your specific anatomy.
When comparing prices at different cosmetic or plastic surgery centers, know that the total cost of your surgery will include the surgeon's fee, anesthesia costs and the facility fee for the operating room. Some surgery centers bundle the price of the procedure into one total fee and others may only quote you their surgeon's fee so that their prices seem less.
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