Personal surgery for women by a female Cosmetic Surgeon and an all female operating theatre team.
Dr Georgina Konrat has developed her own unique procedures to re-size, re-shape and re-contour the most intimate and private parts of a women’s body to give a very natural and pleasing appearance. These are the Labia (the inner and outer lips), the Mons Pubis, and the vagina.
- Are your labia minora (inner lips) larger or more irregular than you would like? Is one side of your labia larger than the other? Have you lost volume in your outer labia?
- Do you experience irritation from your clothes, or have problems with hygiene?
- Do you feel unduly self-conscious of your appearance?
Do you experience discomfort during sexual intercourse?
If you answered Yes to any of these questions, and you want to improve the way you feel about your body, you may be a candidate for labiaplasty surgery. This decision is a very personal one. Only you can decide what is right for you.
Labiaplasty is a cosmetic surgical procedure to reduce the size, or to change the shape of the inner or outer lips, or Labia.
There are many names for Labiaplasty: Labia Reduction, Inner Lip Reduction, Labia Minora Reduction, Vaginal Rejuvenation, Vagina Reduction, Vaginaplasty or Vaginoplasty and even Designer Vagina. Other procedures can be performed as part of Labiaplasty: they are reduction of the Hood of the Clitoris, volume replacement and skin rejuvenation of the outer lips, (the Labia Majora), and reduction of the Mons Pubis with Liposuction or Cryolipolysis (Fat Freezing).
Many women are born with large or irregular labia minora (inner lips). For others, the appearance of these can be altered by childbirth. Whatever the cause, labia that are too large or uneven can cause embarrassment with sexual partners, as well as discomfort and irritation from tight clothing and some sporting activities. Sometimes the need is simply to feel better about this most personal part of your body.
The clitoris, for most women, is the structure most associated with sexual pleasure. Labiaplasty does not affect the clitoris. There is no danger of loss of sexual sensation to the clitoris. But Labiaplasty surgery does include improvement to the skin overlying and surrounding the clitoris.
It is critical that you are fully informed about the procedures: the information on this website has been written by Dr Konrat and is regularly updated by Dr Konrat.
However, you should never make a decision by reading a web page alone, no matter how comprehensive the information is. We encourage you to book a personal consultation with Dr Konrat, where she will assess you, explain the procedure and your options in detail and help you to understand all the benefits as well as the risks and complications of Labiaplasty surgery.