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Labiaplasty is a surgical technique aimed at correcting hypertrophy of the labia minora when the labia minora protrude beyond the labia majora. This situation, which is uncomfortable and unsightly for many young women, also occurs occasionally after childbirth. The procedure to correct the labia minora, also called labiaplasty, is simple and is performed on an outpatient basis under local anaesthesia. It consists of regularising the labia minora so that they are hidden inside the labia majora without trimming them completely, as this would produce a poor aesthetic result. The labia minora are found next to the prepuce of the clitoris, on both sides, but hidden inside the labia majora. This is the anatomy that we must achieve with labiaplasty.


Clitoroplasty is a surgical procedure performed on women with clitoral hypertrophy. This hypertrophy occurs in some women after pubertal development in response to certain hormones of androgen origin, which causes aesthetic complexes, discomfort due to rubbing and even gender identity problems.

It is very important that the surgeon who performs the operation has a complete knowledge of the anatomy of the female genital apparatus, especially the vascularisation and innervation of the clitoris, as lack of knowledge or experience could lead to a bad result, subjecting the patient who comes for the operation to a lack of sensitivity, both erogenous and tactile.

The operation consists of a reduction of the corpora cavernosa of the clitoris, maintaining its innervation, vascularisation and, of course, the sensitive area, also known as the clitoral glans. It is an outpatient procedure performed under local anaesthesia but requires a great deal of experience to maintain the anatomical structures that preserve the functionality and erogenicity of the clitoris.

Clitoral Covering Reconstruction

Clitoral cover reconstruction is often performed at the same time as a labiaplasty or clitoroplasty. These three situations can occur individually or in relation to each other. In some cases there may be an increase in clitoral coverage and the labia minora protruding beyond the labia majora or in other cases there may be hypertrophy of the clitoris and coverage as this hypertrophy drags down the coverage or in more extreme cases a combination of all three situations.

In any of these cases it is important to make a joint correction of the three anatomical structures: of the corpora cavernosa of the clitoris, then of the covering of the clitoris and finally of the labia minora.

It is a procedure that, although performed together, is carried out on an outpatient basis and under local anaesthesia with superficial sedation. The result of the correction of these three anatomical alterations not only leads to a morphological and functional result but also to a very satisfactory aesthetic result, as people who suffer from this type of hypertrophy of one or all three anatomical structures have complexes derived from their presence and even gender identity.

Labiaplasty, Clitoroplasty and Clitoral Coverage Reconstruction

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Surgical Time

Surgical Time

1 to 2 hours.

Admission Time

Admission Time

Outpatient Procedure.

Type of Anesthesia

Type of Anesthesia

Local with Sedation.

Type of Surgery

Type of Surgery


Recovery Time

Recovery Time

2 to 3 weeks.

Labiaplasty, Clitoroplasty and Clitoral Coverage Reconstruction

Genital Surgery


900 € a 2.600 €

(This price varies depending on the procedure(s) to be performed)

This price includes:

Preoperative tests

Preoperative consultations

Outpatient Surgical Procedure

Follow up

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The price depends on the technique that the patient is going to undergo. A single one of the three surgeries will be only 900 € but if it is necessary to combine it with any of the others or in the extreme case of having to perform all three, the price will be 2,600 €.

Because it is a moist area that harbours bacterias, it is a surgery that involves a longer and more careful post-operative period than other surgeries. For this reason, the sutures take longer to heal than if they were in other drier areas of the body surface. It is an uncomfortable area because of the area it is and because it is close to the passage of urine.

Basically a lot of local hygiene, wash the area at least twice a day and after urinating, change the pad to keep the area as clean and dry as possible.

SYou can have sex after a few weeks, this depends on each patient and their healing, and will be when the sutures are dry and completely healed. It is important that the surgeon who performed the surgery checks and reviews the patient's condition.

No. Urination may cause a certain degree of stinging in the sutures but it is not painful as we have not acted on the urethra. It is very important after each urination to wash the area and maintain good hygiene to facilitate healing and avoid any infection.

No. It has no influence in either case. Even if the area has been operated on, the genital area will dilate normally during the birth process without causing any discomfort or alterations.

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Last update / January 8, 2024
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