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Labia Minora Reduction or "Labiaplasty" and other female cosmetic surgical procedures including Vaginoplasty (rejuvenation or tightening of the vagina) are becoming increasingly popular among women. Labia surgery, which usually involves labia reduction - and vaginal rejuvenation, or tightening, are becoming as common today as other cosmetic procedures, including tummy tucks and breast augmentation. New advancements and techniques in labiaplasty and vaginoplasty typically lessen scarring, pain, recovery time, and show sensational results in the area known as Vaginal Cosmetic Surgery.

Women who have a problem with large labia, asymmetric labia or other female genital issues, now can have labia surgery to reduce the outward appearance of the labia (labia minora), and correct misshapenness or irregularities. As well, vaginoplasty can help women who've had multiple childbirths and seek a surgical remedy for tightening and enhancing the sensitivity of the vagina.

Labia Minora Reduction Before Surgery Labia Minora Reduction After Surgery

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