For many women, the genital area is a source of great privacy which we treat with extreme sensitivity and discretion.


Congenital disproportions of the inner and outer labia, after effects of pregnancies or drastic weight fluctuations can result in an aesthetic discomfort, functional restrictions and a lack in self-confidence. Labiaplasty is an increasingly common solution to rectifying women's concerns relating to their genitalia. The aim of the procedure is to surgically correct the dimensions of the labia. The procedure is simple and low-risk as no vital structures are affected. Pain, swelling and bluish discolorations can occur immediately after the operation. In some cases, as with any surgery, postoperative bleeding or infection can occur. The operation can be carried out either under general anaesthetic or using a local anaesthetic. Sports should be avoided for four to six weeks after the procedure.