Debunking the Top Labiaplasty Myths
With more than 20 years of experience as a plastic surgeon in the San Francisco Bay Area, Dr. Usha Rajagopal could not believe her ears when told about these top labiaplasty myths. She takes a lot of pride in keeping up on current plastic surgery news and trends and wants to offer the same to her patients. Dr. Usha truly believes the best patients are the most well informed patients. That being said, she wanted to make sure anyone considering labiaplasty was told the truth and freed of these common misconceptions.
Labiaplasty is a cosmetic surgery procedure used to reduce and sculpt the labial tissue. Carefully using elaborate techniques along with state of the art technology, labiaplasty can help restore and revive your vagina. Unfortunately, our society produces a lot of negativity towards plastic surgery. That, combined with the already sensitive nature of this particular surgery, labiaplasty patients tend to stay quiet. Without much open and honest discussion, several labiaplasty myths and misconceptions that are totally untrue have begun to circulate. We need to break down these misconceptions and debunk these labiaplasty myths so women suffering from discomfort and insecurity can learn the truth about vaginal surgery and the options that are out there.
Common Labiaplasty Myths and Misconceptions that are Totally Untrue
- Too much sex can cause stretched out or enlarged labia.
- Labiaplasty surgery is painful.
- Using a vibrator or dildo can losen vaginal muscles and tissues.
- Labiaplasty is really only performed for superficial or vain reasons.
- No need for a plastic surgeon, any gynecologists can perform labiaplasty surgery.
- Sexual stimulation will be reduced after labiaplasty
- Labiaplasty requires a long recovery.
All of these labiaplasty myths and misconceptions are false. To read the full article and find our more about how these labiaplasty myths are untrue, head to SFCosmeticSurgery.com.
After reading the full article, you should be able to reach a more informed decision about your vaginal restoration surgery options. If you would like to know more about labiaplasty and vaginal rejuvenation, or would like to talk to Dr. Usha Rajagopal in person, call the San Francisco Plastic Surgery & Laser Center to schedule a consultation today.
Dr. Usha Rajagopal, MD
Phone: (415) 392-3333