Labia Majora Reduction
Over time, the labia majora can become enlarged for reasons, including stretching that occurs during pregnancy and delivery and lower estrogen levels associated with aging. When combined with a mons pubis reduction, the enlarged, sagging tissue of the labia majora can be lifted creating a more natural appearance.
Like labiaplasty (reduction of the labia minora), this procedure is usually done in the office with a combination of medications for pain control and relaxation in addition to a topical anesthetic.
Mons Pubis Reduction (Monsplasty)
Women with enlarged labia majora can present with enlarged mons pubis (fatty tissue over the pubic bone) as well. These women often complain of a mound, bulging, or puffiness at the level of the pubic bone. This can sometimes become more prominent after c-sections, abdominoplasty, weight gain or weight loss.
Mons pubis reduction can be combined with labia majora reduction or labiaplasty to help reduce the excessive fatty tissue in this area and help reduce the bulge. The procedure is done on an outpatient basis with around 1 week of downtime.
We are pleased to provide our services to patients in Austin, as well as out of town or state. For our patients traveling to Austin, we can often set up procedures based on phone consultation and secure photo upload. We typically ask our patients traveling from out of state to stay locally overnight, in the instance there are any issues within the first 24 hours after surgery.