Also known as labia minora reduction and labia contouring, labiaplasty is the most common cosmetic vaginal surgery performed today in the United States. Patients often pursue labiaplasty when the protruding labia minora becomes a problem for the patient seeking surgery. This diagnosis is known as labia hypertrophy. The most common reasons for pursuing labiaplasty include: pain, irritation, discomfort or cosmetic reasons. Please click below to read Drs. Miklos & Moore’s study.
Vulvar cosmetic surgery is one of the most intricate, precise and meticulous cosmetic surgeries performed today. Achieving superior results requires an artistic surgeon who has experience, patience, and expertise. Drs. Miklos & Moore had the largest study in the world on patients pursuing labiaplasty. This study of 550 patients revealed the postoperative cosmetic expectations of women. Please click below to read the study.
Frequently to enhance the natural appearance of the vulva (labia) many women request we perform a lateral prepuce reduction simultaneously. An inexperienced surgeon does not remove this skin or removes it incorrectly and results are not cosmetically pleasing.
Drs. Miklos and Moore are Award Winning cosmetic vaginal surgeons and have been featured speakers at the American Academy of Plastic Surgeons, The Aesthetic Show and the Global Congress of Cosmetic Surgery in Vienna, Austria. They have completed over 1500 labiaplasty surgeries and published the largest series in the scientific literature on patients undergoing the procedure. Their unprecedented experience and unsurpassed expertise in vaginal cosmetic and rejuvenation surgery have resulted in some of the latest surgical advancements in their field today. Their work has been featured in the Global Library of Women’s Medicine and they have been featured surgeons on the TV shows: THE DOCTORS, RICKI LAKE, THE LEARNING CHANNEL as well as in Cosmopolitan, Shape, New Beauty and other national magazines.
Labiaplasty is a minimally invasive outpatient surgical procedure that usually takes approximately one hour to perform. In experience hands there are minimal complications and a short recovery. All local patients return to their homes the day of surgery.