In women, the outer lips, which are fatty structures surrounding both sides of the genital organ, are called large lips and labia majora. The volume of the outer lips may decrease, shrink or sag with the effect of time. The disruption of these conditions in the aesthetic appearance of the genital organ can lead to psychological problems. Labia majora augmentation is frequently preferred by women to prevent these problems.
What is the method of applying Labia Majora Augmentation?
External lip fat injections and hyaluronic acid fillings can be applied in two different ways. The most commonly used method is fat injection. Hyaluronic acid is rarely used in cases where body fat is not enough. Fat taken from the body’s hips, basins and abdomen by liposuction is injected into the outer lips.
Labia Majora Augmentation Process
The process consists of two stages: liposuction and fat injection. Local anaesthesia is applied to the area where liposuction will be preformed. After anaesthesia, 40-80 ml of fat is taken from the operation site. Hip, Basin and and abdomen are the most preferred areas for fat intake. After the liposuction process, the fat taken is prepared and ready for injection. The operation is completed by injecting oil with special cannulas into the operation area cleaned with a special solution. The procedure takes approximately 1-1.5 hours.
Who is suitable for Labia Majora Augmentation?
- A reduction in the fat tissue of the outer lips
- With the effect of time sagging and wrinkled appearance on the outer lips
- Women who experience loss of external lip fat tissue as a result of excessive slimming are suitable candidates for External Lip Fill
Considerations after the procedure
Although the risk of bleeding and infection is very low, hygiene of the genital area should be taken after the procedure. Activities such as hot showers and sauna should be avoided during the first week. Heavy sports and exercises should not be performed during recovery. The healing process is completed in 2-3 weeks. Sexual intercourse may begin after the healing process is over.