Labiaplasty surgery in Liverpool is available through Anca Breahna, a renowned surgeon with an unmatched reputation and unrivalled reviews.
Miss Breahna has carried out labiaplasty and labia rejuvenation for many patients in Liverpool and the north west.
The process always begins with a detailed consultation, all your questions answered fully and honestly. Miss Breahna will only ever recommend a treatment if it is truly in a patient’s best interests and the results sought can be achieved.
In this post, we will outline the key details relating to labiaplasty and then also outline why Miss Breahna is so in-demand for patients in Liverpool and Merseyside.
What is Labiaplasty?
Labiaplasty is a cosmetic surgical procedure that is used to reduce the size of the labia minora or reshape this area – the smaller inner lips of the vagina (vulva).
Typically, two reasons for this surgery exist.
The first is for comfort, whether through genetics, ageing, childbirth or other, an enlarged labia can be uncomfortable. This can be all the time, or when certain activities are undertaken such as cycling or horse riding.
Sport can often be uncomfortable, so exercise and intimate relationships may be negatively impacted.
The second reason is for aesthetic change. No such thing as a perfect labia exists, nor one that requires treating for aesthetic concern, but many find the size or shape can impact self esteem and confidence.
As with any other physical concern, the impact on mental health can be large and negative.
Labiaplasty surgery can tighten and reduce the size of the labia, creating the desired appearance.
Patient Suitability for Labiaplasty
In a webpage it is impossible to ascertain any prospective patient’s suitability.
Instead, a detailed consultation with a leading surgeon is required. The consultation is obligation-free – it is your chance to outline your concerns, your hopes for any surgery and for the surgeon to listen and then offer their honest advice.
In broad terms, those who have concerns about the appearance of their labia, or have comfort issues are likely to be a suitable candidate.
Your full medical history would always be taken into full consideration and surgery would only be recommended with your ongoing welfare taken into full consideration.
The labiaplasty will be performed under general anaesthetic. The agreed change would have been outlined in consultation and this change would then be made in line with this consultation.
The technique would actually vary by patient and the nature of the change to the labia. Instead, it is of more use to point out that Miss Breahna has a wide range of techniques at her disposal and will always choose the correct one for each individual surgery.
Two options are the straight line reduction of the redundant tissue or the V-shape cut to reduce the overall length of the labia.
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In a typical recovery the patient can:
- return home the same day of the operation, although overnight stay is possible depending on the hospital location
- Have Little downtime as light activities can be undertaken after 48 hours
- Manage any minimal pain by mild painkillers
- shower 72 hours post surgery
- See that Swelling peaks within 2-3 days and rapid recedes in following weeks
- Driving within two weeks
- Return to Sexual intercourse within 4 weeks
Are there risks?
This treatment will cause moderate swelling and bruising, that will ease within a few days. There is also a risk of infection and bleeding, but this is rare.
The patient satisfaction with labiaplasty is extremely high, it is a surgery that delivers the changes sought at consultation.
Why Consider Miss Breahna
While many will be certain that they wish to consider labiaplasty surgery, there remains the question of which surgeon to entrust.
In Liverpool, there are many fine surgeons operating, it would not be accurate to state Miss Breahna is the only option.
She is, however, perhaps the most compelling option.
She is a cosmetic surgeon with 20 years’ experience, and who specialises in breast surgery and reconstruction.
Her extensive training has been awarded with the fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS Plast), the Fellowship European Board of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery (FEBOPRAS), the Post Graduate Diploma for Hand Surgery at the BSSH (British Society for Surgery of the Hand) and a Master of Science Degree at the University of Manchester and she is on the GMC Specialist Register for Plastic Surgery.
Miss Breahna’s level of expertise is further demonstrated by the fact that she is entrusted to train other surgeons. She has been invited as faculty at various recognised institutions having also presented both Nationally and Internationally since 2005.
Miss Breahna is a member of the General Medical Council and Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
Her full biography is on site, please do take the time to read it – and also follow similar steps for any surgeon you may consider.
If you are considering a procedure and would like a consultation, please contact us today.
Miss Breahna would welcome the opportunity to hold a detailed consultation with you.
Please contact by calling 07538 012918 or using the Contact Form.