Laguna Beach, CA
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Labia Majora Plasty Revision
March 14, 2010 12:08 AM
This can certainly be fixed to be quite beautiful and attractive. Your photos do help. It looks like the minora were not reduced enough to be below the level of the majora. A revision
This can certainly be fixed to be quite beautiful and attractive. Your photos do help. It looks like the minora were not reduced enough to be below the level of the majora. A revision to reduce the minora or resurface it flatter is an easy thing to do with the right tools. I prefer using the Ellman Surgimax or Ellman Pelleve because of its precision and minimal tissue damage. It is the best device for working around the clitoris. I cannot tell the technique used for your hoodectomy but a bilateral clitoral hood reduction on the lateral tissues can reduce this appearance greatly. It is a very safe procedure with a qualified labial surgeon and the Ellman.
As an aside, I have found combination labia minora + majora plasty + clitoral hood reductions to be best achieved and most beautiful when done in the "Barbie Look," i.e. removal of most if not all of the minora. This leaves a youthful, petite, and comfortable looking labia that is able to achieve symmetry much better than any wedge approach can. It is an intensive three hour procedure I do in my office under gentle sedation and local anesthesia. I do this so that I can keep conferring with my patient on exactly how much to remove so there is no quess work. Having the patient able to speak with me, look at a mirror, and tell me to remove more or less is the ultimate designer labia :)
I hope this helps. You can go to my website and view the different appearances possible with a labia minora and majoraplasty.
Red Alinsod, MD