Breast reduction, technically known as reduction mammoplasty, is a surgical procedure to reduce the size and.more...
Abdominoplasty, known more commonly as a "tummy tuck", is a major surgical procedure to remove excess skin and fat.more...
Liposuction, is a procedure that can help sculpt the body by removing unwanted fat from specific areas.
Allows people with flat or poorly developed buttocks to enhance and shape the area to their liking.
Women request labioplasty (labiaplasty) surgery for two reasons. Some feel discomfort during sexual intercourse and desire a change. However, many women simply wish to change the appearance of the external sex organs: the Mons Pubis (fatty area under the pubic hair) or the external/ internal labia (lips of the vagina).
Most patients have labioplasty to reduce the length .If you have long or hanging vaginal lips/genitalia, you can benefit from a labia reduction. Some women have always been this way, whereas others develop the problem after childbirth or as they get older.
Can sculpture the elongated or unequal labial minora (small inner lips) according to ones specification. Most women tell us that they do not want the small inner lips to project beyond the large outer lips.
Can provide aesthetically enhanced and youthful labia majora by autologous fat transplant (removal of the patients fat via liposculpturing and transplanting it into the labia majora).
Can remove unwanted fat of the mons pubis and upper parts of the labia majora. Liposculpturing can alleviate the unsightly fatty bulges of this area and produce an aesthetically pleasing contour.
Clitoral Hood Reduction
Excess skin or hooding along the top of the clitoris is present in some women. This redundant skin (clitoral hood) may be trimmed to decrease the bulkiness of the area. Sexual pleasures are increased by removing this redundant skin.
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