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Mons and Labia Majora Liposuction

Mons and Labia Majora Liposuction in Delhi NCR

Mons is the area above the vulva overlying pubic bone, which is hairy and contains subcutaneous fat.

Often it becomes puffy and bulging, commonly referred to as “camel toe.” This gives embarrassment to the females as fatty accumulation in these areas can create aesthetic issues in clothing, undergarments, and bathing suits. Females are forced to resist wearing body hugging or revealing dresses. Females desperately want to remove the unsightly fatty bulges in that area and which makes them feel depressed about it.

This may also be a concern for their partners who find this unattractive and weird. This can gradually lead to sexual dissatisfaction.

Mons and Labia Majora Liposuction in Delhi NCR

Following liposuction and abdominoplasty of abdomen, tummy becomes flatter but mons fat can just pop out and become more prominent. This can look inappropriate with bulge near the pubis. Hence, liposuction should usually be performed in this area also.
 

What is Mons and Labial Liposuction?

Liposuction done to involve the mons pubis area and the labia majora sucks out the extra amount of fat and gives it a firmer and flatter look.

If your skin does not have good elasticity, the skin bulge may still be left after liposuction, so often there is need to do this procedure along with monsplasty.

Are You a Good Candidate for Mons Liposuction?

If your answer for following question is YES, you are definitely a good candidate for this procedure.

  1. Unwanted fullness or protruding of the mons due to excessive obesity or massive weight loss or pregnancy .

  2. Focal overhanging of mons area.

  3. Excess drooping of the mons resistant to exercise and diet.

  4. Weird protruding pubic appearance through the swimwear, yoga attire or tight dress.

Preliminary Consultation at Kalosa

  1. You are required to meet Dr Deepti Asthana, our gynae cosmetic surgeon and Dr Ashish Khare, our plastic cosmetic surgeon.

  2. Thorough history is taken and examination is done.

  3. The consultation is spent discussing and evaluating your concerns, as well as developing a customized surgical plan that is right for you.

  4. Decided plan of surgery is discussed in detail.

  5. Preliminary blood investigations ordered.

  6. Blood thinners to be stopped three days prior to date of surgery.

  7. Smoking and alcohol should be stopped atleast 2 weeks prior to surgery for better healing of the wound.

What to Expect on Surgery Day ?

  1. Patient is allowed to come only with one attendant to avoid overcrowding.

  2. Patient can have light meals and come, if the surgery is decided for local anaesthesia. However, if the patient has opted for general anaesthesia, patient should be empty stomach , i.e. no food, liquids including water orally for atleast 8 hours, prior to surgery.

  3. There should not be any upper respiratory tract infection or any fever at the day of surgery or any other major contraindication.

  4. Patient is asked to fill the consent form which also briefs about the possible complications.

  5. It is preferable if pubic hair trimming is done 2 days prior to the surgery to avoid any fresh cuts.

  6. Preoperative photograph is taken.

  7. Local anaesthesia sensitivity testing is done.

  8. Patient is asked to pass urine and proceed to OT room.

Procedure

Consent of the procedure is taken.

Patient is laid on OT table with legs apart.

Surgery is usually done under local anaesthesia.

Several small incisions are made, often not even requiring a suture to close them. For liposuction of the mons, the incisions are usually hidden in the groin crease.

A small cannula is inserted into the incision, and fat is suctioned out.

At KALOSA, we prefer liposuction by vaser technology.

If needed, drains are placed in the incisions to help reduce swelling.

Care is taken in maintaining complete hemostasis.

Post Operative Instructions

  1. Patient should take rest for a week atleast.

  2. A course of antibiotics and anti inflammatory drugs are usually prescribed for a week

  3. Patient is required to wear a panty-like compression garment for atleast two weeks postoperatively. This will help ensure that the treated areas retain the aesthetically desired contoured appearance.

  4. Excess tumescent fluid may seep through the tiny incision for a week or so after the procedure for which local dressing is done.

  5. Local hygiene and good hydration to skin should be maintained.

  6. Patient needs to come back for regular followup as advised.

Complications

Early complications may include pain, edema, bruising,infection.

Late complication may include surface irregularity due to irregular pocket of fat and asymmetry.

Recovery

There is minimal to no downtime.

There will be some swelling, and discomfort, easily controlled by the pain medication prescribed.

Exercise may be resumed in two weeks after surgery.

What to Expect on Surgery Day ?

  1. Patient is allowed to come only with one attendant to avoid overcrowding.

  2. Patient can have light meals and come, if the surgery is decided for local anaesthesia. However, if the patient has opted for general anaesthesia, patient should be empty stomach , i.e. no food, liquids including water orally for atleast 8 hours, prior to surgery.

  3. There should not be any upper respiratory tract infection or any fever at the day of surgery or any other major contraindication.

  4. Patient is asked to fill the consent form which also briefs about the possible complications.

  5. It is preferable if pubic hair trimming is done 2 days prior to the surgery to avoid any fresh cuts.

  6. Preoperative photograph is taken.

  7. Local anaesthesia sensitivity testing is done.

  8. Patient is asked to pass urine and proceed to OT room.

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