Labia Majora Augmentation surgery is a cosmetic vaginal surgery often performed with other surgical procedures such as labiaplasty and revision of botched labiaplasty. The reason why this cosmetic vaginal surgery is performed is due to the deflated appearance of the labia majora. The specific diagnosis is known as labia majora atrophy and this often occurs as women age and have gained and lost weight especially after pregnancy and delivery.
Doctors John R. Miklos and Robert D. Moore are award winning Master Surgeons who are internationally renowned in the field of Cosmetic Vaginal Surgery and Labiaplasty. They are fellowship trained in the field of Female Pelvic Medicine, Minimally invasive surgery as well as Cosmetic Vaginal Surgery. Their unprecedented experience and unsurpassed expertise in cosmetic vaginal surgery, labiaplasty and vaginal rejuvenation surgery has resulted in some of the latest surgical advancements in their field today.
Labia majora augmentation surgery is performed in a similar manner as the lip augmentation of the face. Injectables are used to puff up the area underneath the stretched skin so the wrinkles will be stretched and thus disappear. The most common injectable is the patient’s own fat which has been transferred from another area of her body. This is sometimes called an autoilogous fat transfer(AFT). Other injectable can also be used such as Sculptra and Restylane. The cosmetic vaginal surgery known as labia majora augmentation is often performed concurrently with other procedures such as labiaplasty, revision of botched labiaplasty, and even with labia majora reduction surgery (removing the excess skin of the labia majora.)