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Labiaplasty is an aesthetic procedure that can greatly improve the look of the vaginal area. Women who want a more youthful look can depend on the OB/GYN team at Mid-Kansas Women's Center PA in Wichita, KS for help.

Labiaplasty Q & A

What is a Labiaplasty Procedure?

A labiaplasty procedure is an aesthetic surgery designed to rejuvenate the outer female genitalia. This area includes the labia (both the labia majora and the labia minora) and the clitoral hood. A labiaplasty is a surgical procedure that will remove excess skin, tighten the vaginal opening, and will create a look that is more in line with that which the patient had as a younger woman.

Who is a Candidate for Labiaplasty?

Women may experience vaginal laxity as they age, particularly after they have children. Many women also experience a darkening of the labia or a lengthening of the labia lips. Any woman who is unhappy with the size, shape, or appearance of their labial lips may be a good candidate for a labiaplasty. However, it is important for patients to remember that a labiaplasty is a surgical procedure, one that will involve some recovery time. There are other vaginal rejuvenation options for patients who would prefer not to undergo surgery, or for women who don't require the surgical removal of labial skin.


What is the Juliet Treatment?

The Juliet treatment is a minimally invasive vaginal rejuvenation option. This non-surgical treatment uses a specialized laser to target the sub-mucosal tissues, which are rich in collagen. With the laser stimulation of these tissues, the body is prompted to make more collagen, which thickens the vaginal tissues and will help bring the vaginal area back to its original appearance. This treatment also helps reduce vaginal dryness, itching, and pain during sex. The Juliet treatment is pain-free and can even be performed without anesthesia in the doctor's office. Treatments generally take under 15 minutes. One of the major benefits of this type of vaginal rejuvenation is that the results are immediately evident, and may continue to improve after the treatment is over.