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Labiaplasty in Bucks County, PA, and Hunterdon County, NJ

Does your genital area make you feel embarrassed or even insecure? If you have a large or irregularly shaped labia, a cosmetic procedure called labiaplasty could be the answer to this issue. Buinewicz Plastic Surgery, headed by board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Brian R. Buinewicz, offers labiaplasty and vaginal tightening to women who live in Hunterdon County, New Jersey, and Bucks County, Pennsylvania. With an office located in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, and one in Flemington, New Jersey, his team can discreetly help you using both surgical and non-surgical methods.

What is Labiaplasty?

Labiaplasty is a surgical procedure used to reshape a large or odd looking labia, which are the flaps of skin that hang down near the vaginal opening. This procedure can be used to fix symmetry while maintaining all sensation, and a benefit of this surgery is often enhanced self-confidence.

What is the Labiaplasty Procedure Like?

Labiaplasty is usually done on an outpatient basis. Some patients have general anesthesia, while others only need local anesthesia. Prior to the procedure, Dr. Buinewicz will meet with the patient to make sure they have realistic expectations for the results of their labiaplasty. During the procedure, the doctor reduces extra tissue and shapes the labia minora into natural contours. Dr. Buinewicz will finish the surgery by placing dissolvable sutures to maintain the reshaped labia and to promote healthy healing. From start to finish, the entire procedure seldom takes more than two hours. The recovery is easy, although patients may experience slight discomfort or minimal swelling for a few weeks following the procedure. The results will be healed and noticeable in a month or two.

Who is a Strong Candidate for Labiaplasty?

Anyone with a large or misshapen labia minora is a good candidate for labiaplasty. Doctors perform this procedure for cosmetic reasons as well as for medical reasons. Some patients choose this procedure to alleviate the discomfort of their labia during exercise or sexual intercourse. Hygiene can also be an issue for those who suffer from this issue. A protruding labia minora can rub against clothing causing discomfort and even infection. If patients have concerns about any other vaginal conditions or issues that affect sexual intercourse, the doctor might suggest ThermiVa™ treatment to supplement the labiaplasty.

How Much Does Labiaplasty Cost in Bucks County, PA?

Although extremely beneficial, labiaplasty is not considered a medical procedure, so it isn’t covered by medical insurance. Dr. Buinewicz, in an effort to make payment more reasonable for his patients, offers several financing options.

What is ThermiVa™?

ThermiVa™, a non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation procedure, uses a radio-frequency device to treat the following conditions using thermal heating:

  • Vaginal laxity
  • Orgasm problems
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Sexual function
  • Leaky bladder
  • Urinary incontinence

How Does ThermiVa™ Work?

ThermiVa™ is usually administered as a series of three treatments every three to four weeks. The treatment is initiated by warming the temperature of the vaginal tissue and labia. This causes increased collagen production and the tightening of the tissue. No anesthesia is needed for this procedure. Patients say they don’t experience pain, and there is no accompanying downtime at all associated with ThermiVa™. While full results take more than one treatment appointment, many patients notice improvement after just one visit.

Who is a Strong Candidate for ThermiVa™?

The strongest candidates for ThermiVa™ are women suffering from vaginal laxity, leaky bladder, sexual dysfunction, vaginal dryness, and even difficulty having an orgasm. The treatment is noninvasive, and there are very few side effects are reported. The FDA has cleared the product, calling it safe, and non-invasive as a treatment for vaginal laxity.

How Much Does ThermiVa™ Cost in Bucks County, PA?

ThermiVa™ is not considered a medical procedure, so it isn’t covered by your health insurance. As a result, Dr. Buinewicz offers financing.

Labiaplasty and ThermiVa™ are both fantastic procedures that can rebuild your self-confidence and reestablish your self-esteem. If you live in Hunterdon County, New Jersey or Bucks County, Pennsylvania, contact board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Brian R. Buinewicz and schedule an appointment at his Doylestown, Pennsylvania, or Flemington, New Jersey office today. His team is always welcoming new patients and happy to engage any questions or concerns that you have regarding ThermiVa™ or labiaplasty.


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