American Society of Plastic Surgeons
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Nonsurgical Aesthetic Genital Procedures

Minimally Invasive Options

Nonsurgical aesthetic genital procedures can help to reverse changes in a woman’s genitalia that are caused by childbearing, hormonal changes and/or aging.

Why do the labia majora lose tone?

The labia majora can lose tone and volume with age, pregnancy and hormonal changes. With significant laxity, a board-certified plastic surgeon should evaluate the labia majora to determine if they have too much skin and/or too little volume.

How can the appearance of the labia majora be improved?

If the problem is volume loss, a small amount of fat can be injected into each side to recreate the fullness that has been lost. If there is too much skin, a patient may want to consider a labia majoraplasty. If the excess skin or loss of volume isn't dramatic, RF and laser energy can tighten the skin of the labia majora, resulting in a visible change that occurs right away.


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