Although labiaplasty is a sensitive topic, there are a number of reasons why this procedure is seeing a gradual rise in popularity.
Macleod Trail Plastic Surgery is proud to partner with the Allan Centre to offer Labiaplasty. Patients who decide to have labiaplasty in Calgary and choose the Allan Centre can expect our team to lend a sensitive, listening ear and provide an experience that makes them feel safe and validated. While the procedure will be performed by Dr. Allan, the surgery will be performed in our private surgical suite with our exceptional operating staff and recovery room nurses. Labiaplasty needn't be an awkward topic. We are here for you at Macleod Trail.
Is Labiaplasty for You?
About the Procedure
Labiaplasty does not typically require general anesthesia. Instead, your plastic surgeon will likely use local anesthesia with light sedation to keep you comfortable and calm your nerves.
During the procedure, your surgeon carefully makes incisions based on your stated goals. Using a technique that preserves sensation while still achieving an attractive, natural–looking result, your surgeon excises a precise amount of tissue before suturing the area. The labiaplasty procedure is relatively brief. However, if it's performed as part of a larger surgery, such as mommy makeover, both the length of the procedure and the recovery will be a bit lengthier.
After your labiaplasty is complete, you may return home in the care of family member or friend. Due to the sedatives used during surgery, we don't recommend that you drive yourself home. It's normal to experience swelling and discomfort while the area heals. The majority of symptoms subside on their own after about a week. Depending on how physically demanding your job is, you may be able to go back to work within 7 days or less.
As you might expect, you'll need to wait longer before participating in strenuous exercise and sexual intimacy. Our surgeons recommend taking about 1 month away from these activities to allow the labia to heal fully and properly.
The tissue excised during labiaplasty does not grow back, and your results will be permanent.