More and more women are concerned by the hypotrophy or volume loss in the genital labia majora. Not only is it an aesthetic problem because of the withered, flabby, or aged appearance, it is also a health issue because it produces recurrent urinary tract infections and discomfort in the area during the practice of some sports because of the lack of protection of the intimate area.
Labioplasty or Labiectomy is a procedure that reduces the length of the labia minora. Women opt for surgery for a variety of reasons, including pain from twisting and tugging of the labia when riding a bike or during intercourse, itching, irritation, and self-consciousness.
Extra folds of the clitoral hood (Hoodoplasty) can also be reduced at the same time.