Labiaplasty & Vaginal Rejuvenation
At NipTuck Holidays, we have lots of patients requesting vaginal rejuvenation. We are a female only team of professionals that will look after you during this delicate process so you never have to feel embarrassed or  ashamed. We completely understand how difficult the process can sometimes be and it is and it is our goal  to make you feel comfortable every step of the way  requiring the submission of no  NO PHOTOS! We understand and that is between you and your surgeons and your privacy is maintained- there is no reason we need photos! No agency should ask for photos.Vaginal rejuvenation covers surgery of the labia minor, labia majority, clitoral hood surgery and vaginal tightening. The majority of the patients we see request surgery of the  Labiaplasty , talk to our female team here that understands. We provide the services of an experienced Female Gynoncologist or Plastic Surgeon.
Reasons Women Are Choosing Vaginal Rejuvenation Surgery
  • Improved confidence and self-esteem
  • To improve the look of the labia
  • The repair of perineal tears from childbirth
  • To improve sexual function and enhance the ability to orgasm
  • Ability to exercise efficiently and comfortably
  • Overall better physical and mental health
  • To removal the excess skin after weight-loss
  • An improved pelvic floor and vaginal muscles
  • The relief from lower back pain
  • Improved bladder functionality and relief from incontinence
  • Prolapse repair – including Uterine Vault Prolapse, Bladder Prolapse (Cystocele) and Rectal Prolapse (Rectocele)
  • An improvement in bowel functionality
Labial Reduction
Labiaplasty is surgery of the labia minora. Usually abnormally enlarged labia minora can occur either at the end of adolescence or after having children. This can become troublesome as it causes rubbing during exercise or can become prominent whilst wearing tight clothing. Labiaplasty is an operation performed to remove excess tissue from the labia minora with the inner folds of the labia are timed so that they no longer protrude. This is done by either reducing the edges of the labia or by snipping out a ‘V’ shape wedge of tissue. The operation is designed to minimise scarring and to maximise aesthetic outcomes with a natural result and optimal healing.During surgery, the remaining edges are carefully sutured back together, the surgeon taking care to obtain as natural a result as possible.
Vaginoplasty is a reconstructive surgical procedure designed to tighten the vagina muscles. After childbirth women, the complain of vaginal laxity resulting from stretching of tissues and separation of vaginal muscles causing lack of tone that can contribute to sexual dysfunction, bladder incontinence, discomfort, urinary tract infections, and frustration. Vaginoplasty is performed to repair the vaginal canal walls and opening of the vagina for enhancement of the bladder, comfort, and sexual function and called a “cosmetic vaginal surgery”.
The specifics will be discussed with your surgeon.
Hospital Admission
Out patient procedure-no admission necessary with procedure 1-2 hours with local anaesthesia
Pre Operative Care
Inform your surgeon of any allergies, all medical conditions, and any medication that you are taking (both prescription and non-prescription). Avoid aspirin and brufen-containing medication for two weeks prior to surgery to eliminate the chance of post-op. bleeding.
You should not smoke for 2 weeks prior to surgery as this may affect your reaction to the anesthetic and prolong the healing process. Patients that suffer from hypertension must inform the surgeon prior to surgery.
Post Operative Care
You may need to wear a panty shield for approximately two weeks whilst your sutures dissolve, during this time you should bathe your vagina with warm salt water to prevent infection and your surgeon may also prescribe some antibiotics. After your surgery, you may feel sensitive and tender and you may feel some discomfort when sitting.
Avoid strenuous activity or sexual intercourse – this may take up to three weeks post-surgery. Your surgeon will advise you accordingly when you can resume normal activities. Most women return to work after a week or two.
There is a risk of Infection however your surgeon will prescribe antibiotics in order to eliminate this risk. Although rare, there is also a chance that you may suffer the loss of sensitivity.
This procedure will create a more typical appearance to the genitalia. In most cases it is impossible to tell that any surgery has ever been performed. In terms of your increased self-confidence and self-esteem, you will feel like a new woman.
Your daily activities will increase and you should not suffer any complications or loss of sensitivity. The advice from women that have already had this surgery is “Don’t hesitate! There is no need to live with discomfort and embarrassment.”