Labiaplasty Surgery 

Before a labiaplasty plastic surgery, the patient and surgeon should discuss the procedure in a detailed consultation session. The consultation will provide clarity on the surgical plan enabling both the surgeon and patient to work closely to accomplish the desired objective.

During the consultation, the patient will gather more information about the labiaplasty surgical procedure and the surgeon’s practice to make a well-considered decision.

Muse Plastic Surgery, led by double board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Wright Jones, provides labiaplasty to patients in Atlanta, Buckhead, Stockbridge, Marietta, GA, and surrounding locations.

Establishing Candidacy

Determining whether a patient is an ideal candidate for labiaplasty is the primary step during the initial consultation. Certain patients may be suffering from an underlying health condition which may increase the risks associated with the procedure or hinder the recovery process.


Such cases warrant an appropriate modification of the surgical plan to align with the patient’s medical condition.


The surgeon will then review the patient’s past health records. They may order medical tests for some patients. The surgeon will evaluate the general health status of the patient as well as her labia anatomy to understand which surgical technique will be most suitable for her.


Plastic surgeon to the stars Dr. Jones provides labiaplasty to most appropriate candidates.


Understanding Aesthetic Goals


During the pre-op consultation, the surgeon will try to gauge the patient’s reasons for seeking a labiaplasty surgery, especially the areas of her sexual aesthetics or physical appearance that she is unhappy about. While some candidates may only require a slight improvement of the labia, other may want vaginal muscles tightening as well.


After understanding the particular cosmetic needs of the patient, the surgeon will recommend a suitable surgical procedure for labia minora or labia majora reshaping, or a combination of these two. They will use the feedback from the patient to develop an individualized labiaplasty plan to create outcomes that are minimally invasive and very desirable.


Famous plastic surgeon Dr. Jones will plan the labiaplasty procedure in a way to meet the patient’s personal aesthetic goals.


Patient Education


The consultation is an opportunity for the surgeon to inform the patient on various facets of labiaplasty surgery including the associated risks, to enable her to make the right decision. They will motivate patients to ask questions and express their concerns openly and seek to resolve these.


A dedicated surgeon will spend sufficient time with the patient to understand and address their concerns adequately. Patients may also be shown before and after pictures and testimonials of previous labiaplasty patients.


Current Medicines


Before the consultation, the patient should ideally enlist all recreational, prescription and non-prescription medications that she is taking at present. This list should contain any vitamins and herbal supplements as well, if applicable. The patient should show this list to the surgeon during the labiaplasty consultation.


Pre- and Post-Operative Care Guidelines


The surgeon or their support staff will provide the patient with detailed guidelines to start the preparation for the labiaplasty surgery during the pre-op consultation. In preparing for the surgery, it would be advisable for working professionals to apply for leave from work for a few days to ensure a safe recovery process at home following the procedure.


Celebrity plastic surgeon Dr. Wright Jones receives patients from Atlanta, Buckhead, Stockbridge, Marietta, GA, and nearby areas for labiaplasty.


See all plastic surgery procedures that Cosmetic Surgeon Dr. Wright Jones performs of the facenosebody, and breast in and around Atlanta, Buckhead, Stockbridge, Marietta, GA and surrounding areas.

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