Landon Plastic Surgery, located in Tampa, Florida, has helped hundreds of women gain confidence with their intimate areas through cosmetic labia surgery. Led by board-certified Tampa plastic surgeon, Dr. Bruce Landon, MD, we have treated women that are concerned about the labia’s appearance, whether they have experienced enlarged labia after puberty or due to past pregnancy or trauma.
This surgery may be suitable for women that are experiencing the following concerns:
To learn more about them and determine if the procedure is a good fit, free consultations are available. Generally, the best candidates for labiaplasty are women who:
Labiaplasty surgery is generally performed under general anesthesia so that the patient does not experience any discomfort during the procedure itself. Routine labiaplasty surgery time is approximately 1 to 2 hours in length, though this may vary in some cases. Dr. Landon removes any excess tissue according to the preferences stated by the patient during the consultation process.
The labia are carefully reshaped, making sure to reduce unnecessary tissue trauma so that the patient may have an easier and more comfortable recovery. Depending on your particular concerns, the labia minora or labia majora may be trimmed and/or reshaped for a more aesthetically pleasing appearance. You will awake in a private recovery room attended by an ACLS-certified nurse.
Patients may return home the same day as surgery. A friend or family member must drive you home if general anesthesia has been administered. Prescription pain medications may be provided for pain management. Please fill the prescription prior to surgery. Dr. Landon will advise you of follow-up appointments as needed to monitor healing.
Your Tampa Labiaplasty is performed at our private operating suite in Tampa that is accredited by the AAAASF (American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities, Inc.). This indicates that Landon Plastic Surgery is a nationally certified outpatient facility with a hospital-level quality of care, just in a more private setting than local hospitals can provide to women undergoing elective cosmetic procedures.
The genital region is apt to feel tender during this time, particularly in the first few days after surgery, therefore assistance from other household members is recommended to make your recovery more comfortable. Any medications prescribed will help to control any discomfort, and the type of medication you receive may vary.
Labiaplasty Once the excess labia is removed and the labia is reshaped, it won’t grow back. Patients should bear in mind that the aging process can result in skin laxity down the road, as can becoming pregnant and giving birth.
Dr. Bruce Landon, MD is pleased to offer Tampa women the highest quality of care so that they can feel confident in the way they look and feel. To learn more about the labiaplasty procedure and discuss whether surgery is right for you, we invite you to schedule a free, personalized consultation with Dr. Landon.