Are my labia normal?
The simple answer is - YES! Labia come in many shapes, sizes and even colors. No two women’s labia look exactly alike and, usually, the two sides are not exactly the same size or shape . Some women have minimal labial tissue , whereas other women have elongated labia with multiple folds and grooves.The color and thickness of the labia can also vary from person to person. Some have labial edges that are pink; others have dark edges on their labia. Some women’s labia extend to the bottom of the vagina; others have labia that only extend halfway down the opening of the vagina. Some women have thin labia, others have thick labial tissue.
It’s all normal! However, just as with breasts and noses, just because it’s normal doesn’t mean you are stuck with it. Labiaplasty has become one of the most popular cosmetic procedures in the world.
Does insurance cover a Labial Puff?
Unfortunately not. It is considered an elective cosmetic treatment,
When will I have a final result after a Labia Puff?
Final results will be most noticeable after 2 – 3 months after swelling subsides.
Is this procedure recommended only for women in certain age groups?
Like the rest of the body, the vagina continues to lose volume and fullness as a woman ages. Some women may experience this concern early in her life due to genetics, or later on in her adult life due to natural aging or childbirth. Since every person is different, women may benefit from having this procedure at different stages in their life. If you have concerns relating to lack of volume or fullness in your labia, please contact Amy Brenner, MD & Associates to set up a consultation for a formal evaluation.