Labiaplasty in Manchester and Cheshire


Labial tissue reduction


Treatment overview

Labiaplasty is a procedure to remove excess labial minora tissue. This procedure helps to reduce the overhanging of the flaps that may cause irritation or pulling of the labial minora.

This can be performed under a local or general anaesthetic procedure. A large number of patients have this under local anaesthetic as an outpatient procedure. There is minimal downtime with this procedure and most return to work within a day or two.

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  • Procedure time:
    1 Hour

  • Length of stay:

  • Return to work:
    1 week

  • Anaesthetic:


Your consultation

During your consultation for labial reduction, Mr Nassab will discuss your goals and aims.  He will examine you with a chaperone and ensure that your dignity is maintained.  We understand it can be a uncomfortable situation and our team will try their best to comfort you.

  • In depth discussion about your desired outcomes
  • Planning bespoke solutions to address your concerns
  • Active involvement of the patient is integral to the decision-making process.
  • A thorough examination is conducted
  • Deliver the highest quality of care for our patients
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Before & Afters

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Firstly, we will plan the amount of labial tissue for removal. The procedure involves small injections of local anaesthetic into the labia minora which helps numb the area. The excess tissue is removed and cauterised to reduce the risks of bleeding. The labia is then stitched in a number of layers.

There are two main types called a wedge or trim labiaplasty. The wedge is usually performed if the excess labial tissue is mainly protruding in the central part of the labia minora. The trim is performed if reduction of labial tissue is required along the length of the labia.

Labial reduction is considered to be a safe procedure when performed by a fully trained surgeon that is a BAPRAS or BAAPS member. Complications are rare but can occur, they may include:

You will have scars where the tissue has been removed. The scars normally heal very well in this area. With the trim excision, the scar runs along the length of the labia. If you have a wedge, the scar is usually hidden inside the labia.

Contour Irregularities and Asymmetry
There may be some minor differences between the two sides.

Delayed Healing
There is a small risk of wound breakdown or delayed wound healing. These risks are increased in smokers.

There may be a small risk of infection. This may require antibiotics to help if its occurs.

There is a small risk of bleeding or haematoma. The labia are very vascular which means there are lots of blood vessels in the area. Some medications or health supplements can increase the risks of bleeding.

The normal recommendation is 6 weeks for strenuous physical activity. Exercising earlier may cause increases in blood pressure and heart rate that may increase the risk of bleeding. Although you can go for short walks.

You should avoid sexual intercourse for the first 6 weeks following surgery.

The price for this starts from £4250 under local anaesthetic as an outpatient. The price can be more if under general anaesthetic and inpatient.


Prices from £4250


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