Labial Fat Grafting - Boston South Shore
Labial Fat Grafting (Mons Pubis)
As women age they loose fatty tissue not only from the face and breasts, but from the pubic area as well. Since many women shave or wax this area, they may find this wrinkling and skin laxity to be less than welcome. This loss of fat manifests in sagginess of the outer lips (labia majora) and mons pubis. Sex may even be uncomfortable due to the loss of natural padding along the pubic bone that fat provides.
While some women may prefer to treat this condition with temporary injectable fillers (see Labial Puff), a more permanent option for filling this area is “micro fat grafting.” This procedure involves removing fat cells from the lower abdomen, hips or lower back and injecting the skin of the mons pubis and labia majora. The fat fills the pelvic triangle giving a much more youthful and soft appearance.
Dr. Hamori describes labial fat grafting choices for the Plastic Surgery Channel
You can read more on this procedure, at this link: Can Fat Grafting Produce the Perfect Vagina?
Dr. Hamori is a recognized expert in labial rejuvenation and has been featured in Allure Magazine and appeared on “The Doctors” and “The Montel Williams Show” discussing intimate female cosmetic treatments — also known as cosmetic GYN.
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- Before And After
Patient 1. Labiaplasty followed by Labial Fat Grafting
Top photos: Before and After of Labiaplasty (10 months post-op)
Bottom photos: Before and After of Fat Grafting (1 year post-op)
Patient 2. Fat Grafting to the Labia Majora and Mons Pubis
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