Labiaplasty in Richmond Hill

Labiaplasty in Richmond Hill2024-04-27T11:29:43-04:00

What is Labiaplasty?

Labiaplasty is a surgical procedure designed to enhance the aesthetic appearance of the external female genitalia, particularly the labia minora. This procedure is often sought by individuals whose genetic factors, aging, childbirth, or infections have caused enlargement or asymmetry of the inner vaginal lips. While the primary goal of labiaplasty is to trim excess tissue, it can also include adjunct procedures like clitoral hood reduction and labia majora surgery, collectively known as vaginal rejuvenation surgery.

Why Grand Genesis?

  • Largest Private Plastic Surgery Centre in Ontario, fully equipped state of the art facility located in Richmond Hill, efficient and user friendly but more economical than downtown luxury mini clinics

  • 2 Fully Equipped Operating Rooms – 15 Recovery Beds for Overnight Stays

  • 15 Plastic Surgeons (Guest & In house) – 30 Nurses

  • VERY SHORT waiting times for Consult & Surgery

Labiaplasty Surgery Done by Following Surgeon:

Dr Shabnam Sattari
Obstetrician and Gynecologist,

Click to read more about her and her background.

Price & Cost

Labiaplasty price range: From $3,500 to $5,000 depending on the extent of surgery. Our surgeon can give you an exact estimate of the cost after examination & talking with you.

Who is a good candidate?

You are a good candidate for the Labiaplasty procedure if:

  • Your vaginal structures have experienced laxity and enlargement.
  • You’re self-conscious about the appearance of your labia and vulva.
  • The excess tissue is causing physical discomfort.
  • You are in overall good health without any significant medical conditions that could hinder healing.
  • You are a non-smoker or can abstain from smoking for a minimum of three weeks before and after the surgery.
  • You possess a positive outlook and have realistic expectations about the procedure’s outcomes.

The Procedure

There’s no universally “perfect” shape for the vagina and labia; therefore, labiaplasty takes various forms to balance aesthetics and alleviate physical discomfort caused by genital structure. The most common approach involves directly removing and suturing the excess tissue. Alternatively, a pie-shaped section can be excised, preserving the natural border appearance using absorbable sutures. The latter technique, known as the trim method, offers quicker recovery and fewer healing complications.

Your surgeon may utilize a scalpel or surgical knife for the procedure, while some prefer the precision of laser technology. Laser cutting offers benefits such as reduced bleeding and shorter recovery times. Despite the method used, scarring after labiaplasty is minimal, as incisions are discreetly placed within the body’s natural folds.

The duration of the procedure varies from one to three hours, contingent upon any additional procedures performed simultaneously. To ensure optimal results and comfort, general anesthesia is typically administered. In select cases, local anesthesia might be considered based on patient preference and the surgeon’s discretion.


Following surgery, you’ll be advised to use a feminine pad to maintain dryness in the area for several days. While you can resume work within a week, expect swelling to persist for 4 to 6 weeks.

Cold compresses applied intermittently during the first 24 hours can help manage swelling and discomfort. Elevating your bottom while lying down can also provide relief.

For complete healing, it’s advisable to abstain from intercourse and strenuous activities for 6-8 weeks post-surgery. A doughnut cushion can aid in comfortable extended sitting.

Possible complications

Although infrequent, complications are possible as with any surgical procedure. These may encompass fluid retention, excessive blood and fluid loss, infection, reactions to anesthesia medications, and changes in pigmentation (either hypo or hyper). Overaggressive tissue reduction might lead to chronic vaginal dryness and discomfort during intercourse.

It’s essential to discuss any concerns and queries with your chosen plastic surgeon during the consultation to ensure a thorough understanding of the procedure, potential outcomes, and any associated risks.

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  1. K April 3, 2022 at 11:53 pm - Reply

    How much is the labiaplasty surgery

    • Babak Goneili April 12, 2022 at 11:53 am - Reply

      Beginning from $4000.

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