Shaddix Plastic Surgery offers its patients exceptionally natural and stunning results within its secure and comfortable environment. Dr. Kyle Shaddix has years of extensive training at the best institutions in the country, and he offers his experience and natural compassion and care to all his patients from Pensacola. At Shaddix Plastic Surgery, we strive to give you the best experience and the most optimal results to match your cosmetic goals.
Our patients can choose from a wide range of facial, body, and breast procedures. We understand that some of our patients take a long time to decide to undergo a cosmetic procedure, sometimes even months or years. We give you sufficient time during your consultation, understanding your individual concerns and taking into account your cosmetic goals before offering you a personalized treatment. We will explain your chosen procedure in detail, helping you understand the advantages and risks so that you can make a confident decision. If you are not yet ready for a surgical procedure, we also offer several non-surgical options with minimal downtime and shorter recovery. With every procedure you choose to undergo, our team strives to give you the most stunning results and the best recovery experience.
Labiaplasty is one of the surgical procedures offered at Shaddix Plastic Surgery that has quickly gained popularity. The procedure is meant to shape or trim the inner lips or outer lips of the vagina or in certain cases, both. A woman’s labia minora may be asymmetrical and elongated due to age, genetics, or going through childbirth.
Why do women choose labiaplasty?
Women consider the labiaplasty procedure due to several reasons. Some are seeking relief from genital pain, while others have cosmetic concerns regarding the appearance of their vagina. Some women choose the procedure to enhance their sexual satisfaction. Transgender women may also undergo the labiaplasty after getting a reassignment surgery.
Here are some things women experience before choosing to undergo labiaplasty:
- Feeling self-conscious regarding the color, length, or symmetry of the labia minora
- Activities like riding a bike or sexual intercourse cause discomfort
- Wearing tight clothes irritates the skin or leads to chaffing
Are you a good candidate for labiaplasty?
Good candidates for Labiaplasty are women who have enlarged inner vaginal lips that are painful and lead to self-consciousness. A longer labia can cause discomfort or even pain during sexual intercourse, when wearing tight clothes, and even while you exercise. Women who are fully developed and in their best health qualify for the procedure. Transgender women can also be candidates for labiaplasty due to the genital reconstructive procedure and vaginoplasty. Dr. Shaddix recommends labiaplasty for those who wish to remove the darker color from the border of the labia. If you are concerned with the appearance of the outer labia, vaginal opening or the clitoral hood, there are other techniques that will be recommended by Dr. Shaddix.
About Pensacola, FL
Pensacola is the westernmost city in the Florida Panhandle and the county seat of Escambia County of Florida. Pensacola is the principal city of the Pensacola metropolitan area and a seaport on the Pensacola Bay. It is protected by the barrier island of Santa Rosa and connects to the Gulf of Mexico. It is nicknamed the ‘The City of Five Flags’ due to the five governments which have ruled it during its history; it includes the flags of Spain, France, Great Britain, the United States of America and the Confederate States of America. Visitors can enjoy the rich art and theatre scene here, including at the Pensacola Bay Center, which is used for big-ticket events, and the Saenger Theater, used for performances. Some other theaters featuring plays, performances and musicals include the Pensacola State College, University of West Florida, and Loblolly Theater. Other than the beautiful white sand beaches, you can also enjoy the many parks and recreation like the Big Lagoon State Park, Perdido Key State Park, and Plaza Ferdinand VII.