Labiaplasty in Virginia and Washington DC
The Labiaplasty procedure is an outpatient procedure that reduces the size of the labia and improves the look and feel of a woman’s most private area. Recent studies have shown that more women in the United States are considering the laser vaginal rejuvenation and labiaplasty procedure, in Virginia and Washington DC areas (just like other states) more and more women are looking into this option to correct and improve the look and feel and the overall physical appearance of their labia.
There are different reasons why women in Virginia and Washington DC are looking for improving this area of her body. While one woman faces issues with her enlarged labia when she’s being intimate or exercising, another simply do not feel comfortable wearing clothes she like to wear. Simply, many women do not feel comfortable wearing certain clothes and feel like their private area is exposed while wearing tight jeans or workout pants. Many patients have expressed that they sometimes feel embarrassed when getting hair removal or a bikini wax.
The Labiaplasty procedure at The Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation institute of Virginia can improve the look and feel of the labia minora and labia majora. The Labiaplasty procedure can also include a Labia Majora and Labia Majora Augmentation. If you experience discomfort or trouble while doing physical activities or during sex, Dr. Jack Ayoub who serves patients in Virginia and Washington DC may be able to help, if you would like more information about the labiaplasty procedure please contact our office at (703) 858-5599, or visit http://vaginalrejuvenationva.com/Contact-Laser-Vaginal-Rejuvenation-Virginia.html to schedule your free consultation today! About our doctor: Dr. Jack Ayoub is a cosmetic surgeon and Labiaplasty specialist in Virginia. His goal is to establish a regional practice which is known as a highly sought after boutique obstetrics care and become one of the region’s top gynecologic surgeons in Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) including laparoscopic and robotic surgery.