Labioplasty

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La´bi`o`plas`ty

    (lā´bĭ`ô`plăs`tŷ)
n.1.(Surg.) A plastic operation for making a new lip, or for replacing a lost tissue of a lip.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In addition, he performs drain-free tummy tucks, mommy makeovers and labiaplasty.
Yarinsky is dedicated to providing the highest quality of care to his patients, whether they are interested in medical spa treatments or surgical procedures like breast augmentation, abdominoplasty, or labiaplasty. He says being named a Top Doctor demonstrates his commitment to providing safe plastic surgery procedures with the best possible results.
Although the number of procedures performed (such as vaginal rejuvenation, labiaplasty, vulvar liposculpturing, hymenoplasty, G-spot amplification, and O-Shot treatment) for both cosmetic and functional problems has increased, the published scientific data on the procedures' short- and long-term efficacy and safety are limited.
Nonetheless, interest in elective vaginal procedures has only increased, with an industry report from the International Society of Aesthetic and Plastic Surgery describing a 45% increase in the use of one surgery, vaginal labiaplasty, between 2014 and 2016.
Labiaplasty is the most commonly applied aesthetic genital surgery and should be aimed at improving the appearance of the external genitalia and reducing obstructive tissues during intercourse.
16 (ANI): Turns out, labiaplasty surgeries or 'designer vaginas' as they are commonly called, are now more popular than ever and spinning classes are partly to be blamed.
A form of cosmetic vaginal surgery called labiaplasty was one of the most sought-after procedures, growing 23 percent in the United States and 45 percent globally from 2015.
Tracy Kiss, a lingerie model and blogger in London, took excess skin from her labiaplasty (vulval surgery) to turn her labia into a pendant she now wears as a choker around her neck.
Labiaplasty trend shows vagina shame is real--and really preventable.
Likewise, labiaplasty, or the cutting away of supposedly oversized inner labia, "one of the fastest growing forms of cosmetic surgeries in the West," writes Alberti, is sustained by women ashamed of their mature sexual organs.
Major services offered are vaginoplasty, labiaplasty and Femilift nonsurgical laser vaginoplasty.