Aesthetic Gynaecology

Labiaplasty – reshaping or reducing the size of the labia minora



Labiaplasty is surgery to reshape or reduce the size of the labia minora, the small inner lips on either side of the vaginal opening. Women consider having a labiaplasty for various reasons, ranging from pain and discomfort through to reduction in size and improvement of symmetry.

Some women have concerns about the appearance of their labia, most commonly the labia minora. Oversized or irregularly shaped labia are common. Although there is no accepted definition of what is normal when it comes to the vulva, and labia truly come in all shapes & sizes, however, they may be enlarged or significantly asymmetrical.
The labia minora and labia majora can become enlarged, stretched, and excessive, like many other tissues (including the breasts and abdomen), due to pregnancy and childbirth, involuntary changes during aging, and the effects of gravity with time. Under these circumstances, the labia may be a cause of social embarrassment when they show through clothing such as swimming costumes and tighter clothing, or have to be continually readjusted due to discomfort.
Where the labia minora are on the larger side, they may chafe through friction during sport and exercise, suffer pressure and swelling when riding a bicycle or horse or be compressed in tight clothing. Larger labia may also lead to painful sex, for instance when they are drawn into the vagina during intercourse. In extreme cases, large labia might even become ulcerated or dry out from exposure.
There are a number of different labiaplasty procedures to address labial shape and size.

If you are concerned about your labia, you may be a candidate for such an operation.

A detailed consultation with a surgeon will assess your suitability and the best course of treatment.

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From 2900 PLN 

From 60 min 

Yes local

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Frequently Asked Questions


  • hypertrophy of the labia minora,
  • the size of the labia minora causes inflammations, abrasions, swelling and irritation,
  • tight clothing causes recurrent inflammation and pain,
  • the size of the labia minora is not aesthetically pleasing.


  • menstruation,
  • pregnancy,
  • genital infection,
  • active neoplastic disease.


Before treatment you should undergo a gynaecological examination to exclude any inflammatory condition of the vulvar and vaginal area.
Remove hair from the genital area 2-4 days before the procedure.

You must not take aspirin or its derivatives, Vitamin E, and cough and anti-influenza medications 2 weeks before the scheduled date of the procedure.

You should stop smoking 3 days before the procedure.

Please inform your doctor if you have had an infection within 2 weeks before the planned surgery.


  • blood typing (no test validity period),
  • blood cell count (valid for 2 weeks),
  • coagulation factors (valid for 2 weeks),

Description of the procedure

The procedure is performed under local anaesthesia in the gynaecological position (in stirrups) using specially designed laser probes.
The procedure concludes by placing a few absorbable sutures


In Revival Clinic we utilize medical laser to carefully reduce excess labial skin and excess prepuce of the clitoris, if indicated. (Clitoral hood reduction is a common addition to labial reduction surgery.) Gynecologist  uses delicate, fully-absorbable sutures to redefine labial edges and other tissue for natural-looking and impeccably balanced results. This advanced surgical process takes approximately 90 minutes to complete. Following surgery, patients will recover in our post-operative room before returning home that day.

Recommendations after procedure

You have to follow the instructions given by your doctor.

Immediately after labiaplasty the patient should lead a well-balanced lifestyle. It is also important to maintain sexual abstinence and limit physical activity for 4 weeks. After the procedure the patient rests for about 2 hours.
During the recovery period patients take analgesic medication (3-10 days).
After about 7-10 days the patient should come for a follow-up appointment with the doctor who performed the procedure.