Restoring Form and Function the Biggest Driver for Labiaplasty
There are many serious reasons for women to seek labiaplasty surgery that don’t include wanting a ‘designer vagina’
writes Dr Laith Barnouti, Specialist Plastic Surgeon and member of the Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS).
While childbirth is one of the most significant things a woman’s body experiences, bringing a new baby into the world can cause severe damage to the genital area.
In recent media coverage of labiaplasty, opponents of the operation have positioned genital plastic surgery as a procedure only undergone for aesthetic purposes based on unrealistic female images. In fact, there is currently discussion in Great Britain to have the procedure labelled as “genital mutilation”.
Read more on the Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons website here.