When properly planned and executed, labiaplasty will heal leaving virtually invisible scars. Labiaplasty surgery, when properly planned and executed, will leave virtually invisible scars.
The skin around the labia has a tendency to heal very well, leaving behind very little in terms of a visible scars. The rough irregular shape of the labia edges is a great way to camouflage any potential scars.
Many women are embarrassed about the appearance of their labia, and are equally embarrassed to admit they even had any surgery done on their labia. It is thus only natural that a scarless procedure to correct the appearance of the labia minora or major would be very popular. There are several surgical techniques to reduce enlarged labia, and they all have the potential to heal so well that even an expert plastic surgeon would have a hard time finding any signs of surgery.
The labia skin, because of it’s innate healing ability, and because of the normal irregular border along the labia, is great at hiding any scars. Following a labia reduction surgery it is normal for the labia to be very swollen, bruised, and abnormally shaped. However over the following 3 months the labia reduction will settle down and in most women that have their surgery at the Toronto Cosmetic Surgery Institute, by the time 3 months pass from the time of the surgery, they have very little if any marks of surgery left behind. One year after surgery, even we have a hard time seeing the scars.