Labiaplasty

When the labia majora are too large or are not symmetrical (the same size), a labioplasty allows for the reduction of the labia majora by removing excess tissue.

Complete healing of the initial surgery (vaginoplasty or vaginoplasty without vaginal cavity) can take up to one year. The surgeons at GRS Montreal therefore recommend waiting one year after your initial surgery before undergoing a labioplasty.

Labiaplasty can be performed at the same time as other corrective surgery or Male to Female surgery.

Expected results:

  • Less voluminous labia majora;
  • More symmetrical labia majora.

* Due to multiple factors that are unique to each individual, results may vary from one person to another. Be assured that our surgical team works with each patient individually to achieve the best results possible.

The surgery, your stay and convalescence
Average length of procedure
Admission to the CMC
Anesthesia
Postoperative surgery
Convalescence at Asclepiade
Convalescence at home
Return to physical activities and sports
30 to 45 minutes The day of your surgery Local

None - Outpatient surgery

None None Immediately
Medical follow-ups and appointments: Asclépiade provides personalized postoperative follow-ups to all patients. You will be getting a follow-up appointment with your surgeon one month after your surgery. If you cannot come to your appointment, your attending physician can follow-up with our surgeons by contacting the Asclépiade.