What are Labia Fillers?
A non-invasive outpatient technique known as Labial Filler or Labial Puff employs dermal fillers to refresh the labia majora without requiring any recovery period.
12 to 24 months
What cosmetic concerns does Labial Fillers procedure treat?
- Labia majora that needs to be improved
- Deflated labia
- Wrinkled labia
What are the benefits of labia fillers?
Labia fillers offer many advantages, including:
- Immediate and long-lasting results.
- A minimally invasive procedure with no downtime.
- A fuller and firmer natural-looking labia majora.
- Increased sexual function and comfort.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much filler is injected?
The discussion about the quantity of filling will vary in each case, considering factors such as labia size, degree of drooping and the desires of patients. When utilizing fat to add volume, a portion may be absorbed back into the body post-injection.
Is the Procedure Painful?
No, Dr. Manal will utilize local anesthetics through injections, and require you to apply a numbing ointment on the labia prior to the procedure.
How long does the procedure take?
- It takes about 15 minutes if hyaluronic acid is used.
- It takes about 30-45 minutes if fat is used.
Am I a suitable candidate for labia fillers?
You may be a suitable candidate for labia fillers if you are experiencing sagging skin surrounding the vaginal exterior area, excess vaginal tissue, loose vaginal lips, or low sexual response.
What happens during the consultation?
Through the consultation process, Dr. Manal will request information regarding your allergic history and previous filler reactions. Additionally, she will inquire about your desired aesthetic objectives and hopes for the treatment. With complete transparency, Dr. Manal will explain how filler is administered and thoroughly examine potential risks and consequences.
What are the expected results?
At first, the labia will seem large and swollen. After several days or even weeks, the swallow gradually fades away to reveal the outcome. Certain individuals may experience prolonged discoloration lasting for multiple weeks; however, it is only a transitory effect that does not last permanently.