Labiaplasty & Hoodectomy
If you are looking for labiaplasty treatment or clitoral hood reduction, also known as a hoodectomy, we can help. And if you would like your care to be as complete, discrete and sensitive to your needs as possible, MAS Gynaecology is the answer. We have already helped countless women with these procedures, and are dedicated to making your experience a positive one.
We have the experience and knowledge it takes to understand that the need for labiaplasty or a hoodectomy can be due to a number of very personal reasons. The circumstances behind each treatment will be unique to each and every woman who requires our services.
At MAS Gynaecology we offer an exceptional level of expertise when it comes to performing labiaplasty surgery and hoodectomy surgery. We offer a high-quality private treatment plan for our patients to ensure they are both comfortable and relaxed throughout their time with us.
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What is a Hoodectomy?
A hoodectomy or clitoral hood reduction is a procedure that is most commonly performed alongside a labiaplasty, to help reduce excess folds in the clitoral hood, or prepuce. An intricate procedure, MAS patients can take advantage of receiving their treatment in a calming environment and surrounded by fully-qualified, reassuring health professionals.
The need for a hoodectomy occurs when excess folds in the skin surrounding the clitoris create a bulge. This can be further exaggerated after the labia minora has been reduced during a labiaplasty surgery. By undergoing a clitoral hood reduction as well it creates a more symmetrical look to improve the appearance of your genitalia.
What is a Labiaplasty?
Labiaplasty surgeries are often performed to reduce the size of the labia minora – the flaps of skin which cover either side of the vaginal opening. There can be a number of reasons why you may wish to investigate if a labiaplasty is right for you.
You may be unhappy with the look of your labia, or it may be causing you pain and discomfort due to chafing caused by excess skin. It is essential to talk through your options with your gynaecologist to ensure the surgery is right for you. If you would like to find out more detailed information, read our blog on – what you need to know about a labiaplasty.