Dr. Ammar Mahmoud
World-Renowned Labiaplasty Specialist
Dr. Mahmoud is a highly-regarded cosmetic gynecologist in New Jersey, specializing in minimally invasive labiaplasty surgery. He is an acclaimed lecturer and a prominent keynote speaker on the most current methods of labiaplasty worldwide.
- Faculty member of the International Conference on Cosmetic Gynecology
- Head of the Scientific Committee and Board of Directors for the Annual International Conference on Cosmetic Gynecology
- Lecturer at the International Society of Cosmetic Gynecology 2022
- Member of the American Society of Liposuction Surgery for Labia Fat Transfer
- Member of the American Society of Cosmetic Surgeons
- Member of the American Society of Cosmetic Laser Surgery
- Key Opinion Leader at Candela Medical Lasers for Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation
What is Labiaplasty?
Labiaplasty is the most effective procedure for reshaping enlarged and irregular labia minora. Many women who have the internal labia minora protruding from the exterior labia majora experience difficulties. These sensitive areas of skin can get easily irritated during daily activities and can cause continued discomfort.
Thanks to major advancements in gynecological cosmetic surgeries, women no longer have to endure rubbing or chafing and soreness during sexual activities or exercise. Labiaplasty has helped improve the overall wellbeing of numerous women which makes it the most common and popular vaginal rejuvenation procedure.
Trim Labiaplasty Technique
The Curvilinear (aka trim) Labiaplasty Technique is the most commonly performed procedure worldwide. This technique involves shortening and thinning the inner labia (labia minora) to give it a symmetrical and natural-looking appearance. This time-tested procedure ensures a high rate of success and patient satisfaction.
The Trim Labiaplasty Technique is a simple procedure by which excess tissue along the external edge of the labia is removed via a curved linear cut. The labia minora remains inside the natural folds of the labia majora post-healing. Based on the patient’s preference, this procedure is performed under general or local anesthesia.
This procedure’s primary benefit is the removal of the pigmented and thickened edges resulting in thinner, uniformly coloured labia. This look is ideal for women desiring a more petite look. This procedure also corrects the asymmetry of the left and right labia.
Wedge Labiaplasty Technique
As an alternative to Trim Labiaplasty, Wedge Labiaplasty is usually recommended for patients with enlarged labia minora that cause discomfort, protrusion & functional hindrance. This procedure involves an inner labia surgery to remove a V-shaped “wedge” from the two sides of the labia. The remaining edges are then sutured together.
Since it maintains the edges of the labia, this technique is best suited for women looking for a natural contour. The incision is placed on the inner labia instead of the edge, allowing it to stay hidden and unnoticed. Like Trim Labiaplasty, the Wedge Labiaplasty procedure is also performed under general; or local anesthesia based on the patient’s preference.
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New patients receive a thorough consultation before labiaplasty is performed. Our labiaplasty surgeon will determine whether the procedure will benefit your individual needs.
As a convenient option for paying for your labiaplasty procedure, we offer Care Credit and Med Loan Financing at our labiaplasty clinic in Somerset, NJ.
Why Choose The Labiaplasty Surgery?
Labia minora hypertrophy often poses fuctional as well as aesthetic challenges for women. Women with excess tissue in the labia who experience daily discomfort during regular activities are ideal candidates for labiaplasty. Some of the factors contributing to the hypertrophy of labia minora include genetics, childbirth, aging, any kind of trauma or even weight loss.
Along with reducing discomfort during intimacy and chafing during exercise, this surgery can significantly improve appearance and confidence of the patient. Labiaplasty provides these following benefits and effectively addresses issues of dissatisfaction and discomfort:
- Labial asymmetry correction
- Reduction of the inner labia if it extends beyond the exterior labia
- Tightening and enhancing labia that has loosened due to age-related declines in collagen & elastin
- Removing excess labial tissue thereby restoring sensation to the clitoris and vaginal opening while improving appearance
- Restoring confidence following weight loss or childbirth
Start your vaginal rejuvenation journey with a FREE in-depth assessment and consultation with a world-renowned gynecologist and labiaplasty expert in NJ.
After reviewing your medical history and listening carefully to your concerns and desired results, Dr. Mahmoud will recommend an individualized procedure that is tailored to your needs.
Taking care of your sexual health and satisfaction is vital for your well-being. Our specialty GYN clinic offers industry-leading and clinically proven procedures that can be performed in conjunction with your labiaplasty surgery to take care of all your GYN needs in one visit.
Labiaplasty Success Rate
According to a leading study1 91.3% of patients who underwent labiaplasty reported feeling more satisfied with their genital appearance and felt that the procedure was also effective in improving sexual satisfaction.
To learn more about how this safe procedure can benefit you, please contact one of our specialists.
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To ensure our services cater to your individual needs, we provide a comprehensive consultation to our new patients prior to treatment.
We also offer flexible and convenient methods of payment like Med Loan Financing and Care Credit solutions for your aesthetic procedures.
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- Veale, D., Naismith, I., Eshkevari, E. et al. Psychosexual outcome after labiaplasty: a prospective case-comparison study. Int Urogynecol J 25, 831–839 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00192-013-2297-2