A botched labiaplasty is a reality of life. Unfortunately, all too often patients go to inexperienced surgeons and this increases their chance of getting a botched labiaplasty surgery. The patient is told that the surgeon: is board certified, a plastic surgeon, an expert and he/she does these all the time. The truth be told none of these above descriptions confirm you have found a great surgeon. The reason why this topic is so important? Once a patient experiences a botched labiaplasty they regret getting a labiaplasty. It is not the labiaplasty surgery which is the problem but most of the time the surgical techninque of the surgeon. The experience is devastating and can be for life as sometimes the botched labiaplasty results are not completely correctable. If you have had a botched labiaplasty and are seeking a labiaplasty revision surgery, then choose your next surgeon diligently. This maybe the last chance of you achieving the best possible results. The second surgery, the botched labiaplasty revision surgery at that point in time is going to be the most important decision in your life.
Deformed labia can occur from piercings, cysts, tumors, or other medical conditions. However, the most common reason, in our practice, for deformed labia is previous attempts of labiaplasty by other surgeons. The labia can be completely or partially amputated, asymmetrical, jagged or have holes.
Dr Miklos was asked to lecture in 2017 at the European Society of Aesthetic Gynecology (ESAG) in Madrid Spain on: The prevention and revision of botched labiaplasty. More than 300 cosmetic vaginal surgery experts were in the audience Including: plastic surgeons, dermatologists, gynecologists and urogynecologists. His lecture and surgical results were so well received he was awarded the Best Cosmetic Vaginal Surgery Award -2017. Dr Moore won the International Society of Cosmeticogynecology (ISCG best surgeons award in 2016. Dr Miklos & Moore have been performing cosmetic vaginal surgery for more than 20 years and both spent a 1 year fellowship in cosmetic vaginal surgery training.
After having a botched labiaplasty Drs Miklos & Moore know that each patient’s result is uniquely different and recommendations for each individual is based upon Dr Miklos & Moore’s experience, the patient’s anatomy and it ultimately the patient’s decision. They learned early on that cosmetic vaginal sugery and the treatment of a botched labiaplasty is more than just revising the labia minora itself, often other surgical procedures are required to achieve the very best cosmetic vaginal surgery results including: labiaplasty of the minora or majora, labia majora augmentation, vaginoplasty, perineoplasty, clitoral hood reduction or shaping, cltorpexy (clitoral lift) and clitoral hood lift.