Before choosing to have labiaplasty, Dr. Brady requires her prospective patients to schedule an initial consultation. During this appointment, she will spend significant time discussing treatment options and setting expectations for the degree of improvement each woman can expect based on their specific circumstances.
Dr. Brady’s techniques during labiaplasty will vary depending upon whether the procedure will focus on the labia majora, the labia minora, clitoral hood, or all of the above.
To provide her Dallas patients with a more aesthetically appealing outcome and faster recovery, Dr. Brady will use an Ellman scalpel for the surgery. This gold standard scalpel utilizes radiofrequency energy to the surgical site allowing precise, bloodless incisions while preventing damage to the surrounding tissue.
The labiaplasty procedure consists of sculpting away excess labia minora or majora skin from a woman’s vulva or vaginal area. By reducing the size of the labia, women are able to experience improved sexual function and find it easier to achieve orgasm because the clitoris is more easily exposed by the patient and her partner. A patient’s ability to achieve stimulation and clitoral orgasms will not be diminished as Dr. Brady takes paramount care to spare the clitoris any injury during surgery, protecting this very sensitive organ and its nerves at all times.
The physiological benefits of having labiaplasty is a huge personal boost to Dallas women as well. Rejuvenating your vagina in any way boosts a woman’s self-confidence, making her feel better about herself, which typically leads to more sex.
During every surgery, Dr. Brady focuses on the quality of the procedure being performed and the aesthetic vision of each patient. She spends extensive time during every consultation to learn about each patient’s goals. She defines her success by the satisfaction of each patient.
Many Dallas women often have questions about the experience and effectiveness of labiaplasty surgery, and Dr. Brady is careful to fully explain every detail of the procedure, from the benefits to the risks.