Labiaplasty | Labia Minora and Clitoral Hood Reduction
Today’s labiaplasty is 51 years young! Even before we started the procedure she said that she should’ve done this years ago. I’m so grateful that she trusted me to have her labiaplasty surgery performed. I think the techniques for labiaplasty have actually improved over the last five years. In my opinion, the edge labiaplasty is far superior than the wedge. It leaves a smooth edge that does not separate, gap or notch which the wedge can tend to do during healing.
At any rate, her surgery went great today. We started with a very small hood reduction and then proceeded with the labiaplasty surgery. Her labia had a very narrow width but longer length and that sometimes makes the procedure a bit more straightforward, as we don’t have to remove tissue from the labia minora all the way down to the perineum.
I’m really glad that she took the time out of her busy life to have this procedure done. I know she’ll heal great and that she will be super happy with her labia minora reduction in labiaplasty surgery results.