Vaginal Rejuvenation and Tightening

While labiaplasty is a highly popular aesthetic procedure for feminine rejuvenation, not all labiaplasties are purely cosmetic.

Many women feel quite a bit of discomfort from having overly large or elongated labia while doing everyday activities, or even simply wearing certain clothing. We offer labiaplasty in the operating room under systemic anesthesia, or if a patient is a good candidate, in the office under a combination of local anesthesia and ProNox (self-regulated, inhaled combination of nitrous oxide).

Surgical labiaplasty is a permanent way to address elongation and/or asymmetry of the labia minora. 

Dr. Jukes is also very pleased to offer the AVIVA procedure combined with Morpheus8, which addresses the entire labia majora, labia minora, clitoral hood, vaginal opening, and mons. Over time, the clitoral hood may elongate — and though clitoral hood reduction can be done surgically, Dr. Jukes’s preference is AVIVA scarless, in-office surgery to address this issue. AVIVA is done in a single treatment with very little downtime. Indeed, AVIVA results in an average retraction of the minora by 30-45%, and results should be sustainable for 3-5 years or longer. A non-invasive option to address the appearance of the labia is FormaV — and it, too, can be combined with Morpheus8V with approximately an 18% tightening/reduction over a series of three in-office treatments.

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Benefits of Surgical/Excisional Labiaplasty

  • Removes labial skin to deliver a firmer, more youthful appearance
  • Elimination of discomfort and/or embarrassment for women wearing tight clothing
  • Increased sexual pleasure due to removal of excess skin that can get in the way during intimacy 
  • Allows women the ability to comfortably ride horses, bikes, exercise, etc. 
  • Improves the way a woman feels about the way she looks and boosts self-image
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Reasons for Vaginal Rejuvenation

So why exactly do women have enlarged labia? It can be completely natural, or it may be a result of age or childbirth. Whatever the reason may be, labiaplasty can significantly correct the issue, providing women with comfort and confidence. 

Before & After

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“I love Dr. Jukes. She’s the perfect combination of professional, competent, and compassionate. Everyone on her staff is great. I also see Ginger Baker, she’s great too. They always take time to explain things and answer any questions. The office is clean and welcoming. I recommend this practice.”

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Surgical Labiaplasty

A surgical labiaplasty improves the appearance of enlarged or elongated labia minora (inner vaginal lips) and the labia majora (outer vaginal lips). It is performed with the patient either under general anesthesia or local anesthesia with sedation. Every patient will require slight differences, but in general, Dr. Jukes will create incisions on the labia in order to remove excess tissue, and will then suture the incisions. Patients can usually go home the same day. A surgical labiaplasty may require up to one week of recovery. Medication or cold compresses can help with any discomfort and swelling. For the smoothest recovery, avoiding sexual intercourse for six weeks is advised. Potential risks of surgical labiaplasty include pain, bleeding, infection, need for scar revision, and wound dehiscence.

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Preparing for Surgical Labiaplasty

We will provide you with detailed instructions on how to prepare for your labiaplasty during the days and weeks before your procedure, but a few general things to know are that you’ll need to avoid long showers and rubbing the treated area after washing. (Instead, pat dry.)

Activities such as bike riding, running, and exercise will need to wait until Dr. Jukes advises you that you may continue. Avoid wearing tight clothes of any kind during recovery, and avoid sexual intercourse for one month following surgery.

We advise stopping the use of certain types of supplements and medications that may interfere with your recovery, as well as quitting smoking. Any prescriptions should be filled before your surgery day, and you will need to arrange a ride home from the procedure. 

Your Consultation

Because every labiaplasty is customized to each unique patient’s specific needs for feminine rejuvenation, Dr. Jukes will meet with you in a consultation before your procedure. This will ensure that she is fully aware of your areas of concern and goals.

It will give you the chance to ask any questions you may have. She will examine you and educate you on the procedure, risks, and recovery process — as well as when you can expect to see results. She will use the information you provide during the consultation to formulate your ideal treatment plan. 

Vaginal Rejuvenation at Modern Women's Health

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Dr. Lisa Jukes BOARD-CERTIFIED OB/GYN, M.D., F.A.C.O.G.

Labiaplasty at Modern Women’s Health

Dr. Lisa Jukes is a board-certified gynecologist and the founder of Modern Women’s Health. Highly regarded in her professional community, Dr. Jukes is on staff at most Austin-area hospitals and surgery centers, and as a da Vinci® surgical system robot leader, she is one of the top two robotic vaginal surgeons in the nation. Modern Women’s Health is one of the top gynecology and women’s practices in Texas, offering patients the most modern and effective treatments available within the industry. We are an always-evolving practice focusing on overall wellness for women. If you’re in the Bee Cave and Westlake, TX area and you’re interested in feminine rejuvenation with labiaplasty, we invite you to reach out to us today. 

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Is Labiaplasty Right for You?

If you’re in the Bee Cave and Westlake, TX area and you’re considering vaginal rejuvenation with labiaplasty, you may be the perfect candidate for this procedure. The best candidates are women who:

  • Are unhappy with their overly large or long labia due to appearance, comfort, or both
  • Experience pain or discomfort during sexual intercourse because of their labia
  • Avoid sexual intimacy because of their labia
  •  Have itching or irritation due to the size or shape of their labia
  • Avoid wearing tight-fitting clothes due to the size or shape of their labia
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