Labial Puff Houston

Labial Puff is a procedure that uses fat or dermal fillers to rejuvenate the labia. The labia majora is the outer fold of skin around the vagina that undergoes many changes throughout a woman’s lifetime. Due to hormonal changes affected by genetics, childbirth, and aging, the outer area of the vagina can naturally succumb to laxity, deflation, wrinkling, and excess skin.

Top Houston board-certified plastic surgeons, Dr. Patrick Hsu, Dr. Kendall Roehl, and Dr. Vasileios Vasilakis* offer Labial Puff to women in Houston, Clear Lake, and surrounding areas such as Sugar Land, Katy, Pearland, Cypress, Conroe, Galveston, Webster, and Beaumont.

What are the Labial Puff Techniques?

Surgical Labial Puff via Fat Transfer

Liposuction will be used to harvest fat from various areas of the body. A blunt tip cannula is then used to inject the harvested fat into the outer genital area, otherwise known as the labia majora. The purpose of this fat transfer is to increase the volume of your labia majora. During the initial consultation, one of our doctors will discuss which areas for liposuction are best to obtain your desired results.

Non-Surgical Labial Puff via Filler Injections

In the event where you have limited excess fat to harvest from your body, or if you prefer a non-surgical option, dermal filler injections may also be an option for you. At Memorial Plastic Surgery, an FDA-approved injectable made from either hyaluronic acid or poly-L-lactic acid can be used to plump the labia and aid in the natural process of collagen production.

Since this method is non-surgical, using filler injections can be performed in our office at Memorial Plastic Surgery. Before the procedure, a topical anesthetic (numbing cream) will be applied to your outer labia to help you remain comfortable throughout your treatment. This procedure can take thirty minutes to one hour to complete and will likely require additional sessions to maintain the best results, as fillers are temporary.

Labial Puff Before and After Diagram

Does My Labia Need Puffing?

This is a great procedure to consider for women who would like to improve the laxity and deflation of their outer genital area and their quality of life. Our plastic surgeons will discuss if you are a good candidate for the procedure during the consultation or which other Vaginal Rejuvenation options are best for you.

Labial Puff Cost in Houston

In Houston, the price ranges between $4,000 – $6,000+. The price is inclusive of your needs, technique, and the length of time it will take to complete your whole treatment, together with anesthesia and operating room (OR) fees and follow-up visits with your doctor after surgery.

Insurance companies do not cover the procedure. However, Memorial Plastic Surgery offers financing options and accepts many forms of payment to accommodate better patients, including personal checks, credit cards, and Cryptocurrency.

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Recovery

Surgical and non-surgical Labial Puff are both outpatient procedures. You can return home once you’ve been cleared for release by our doctors. Final results will be most noticeable after 2 – 3 months once postoperative swelling has subsided.

POST-OP OBSTACLES ESTIMATED TIME
Surgical Non-Surgical
Physical discomfort (bruising & swelling) 1 week 1 week
DAILY  ACTIVITIES ESTIMATED TIME
Surgical Non-Surgical
Work 1 – 2 weeks 72 hours
The direct pressure on the targeted area (sitting) 4 – 6 weeks 4 – 6 weeks
Full body showers 48 hours 48 hours
Driving & household chores 2 – 3 weeks 1 – 2 weeks
Regular exercise & strenuous activities 6 – 8 weeks 6 – 8 weeks
Sexual intercourse & activity 6 – 8 weeks 6 – 8 weeks

Final results enhance the appearance of the pubic mound, allowing women to experience renewed confidence in all areas of their lives. For some women, the change is enough to begin wearing tighter and more fitted clothes.

Labial Puff is an amazing procedure that’s perfect for any woman on the go and in need of a quick and rejuvenating cosmetic procedure” – Dr. Kendall Roehl

Labial Puff FAQs

Is the procedure covered by health insurance?

Insurance does not cover the procedure since it is considered an elective cosmetic treatment.

What are the pros and cons of using dermal fillers instead of fat?

Opting to use injectable fillers makes this a relatively quick procedure, with no downtime. Dermal fillers, however, are not permanent and will likely require a touch-up treatment every six-to-twelve months to maintain optimal results.

Do your results last forever if fat grafting is used instead of fillers?

Fat grafting does not guarantee a permanent result, as some fat will naturally reabsorb over time. However, the longevity of your results is expected to last for years.

How do I know whether I should do a surgical on non-surgical Labial Puff?

During your consultation, you will be evaluated by one of our doctors to determine which procedure will be best for you. In addition, we offer several surgical and non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation treatments.

Is this procedure typically only recommended when women are in certain age groups?

Like the rest of the body, the vagina continues to lose volume and fullness as a woman ages. Some women may experience this concern early in their life due to genetics or later on in their adult life due to natural aging or childbirth. Since every person is different, women may benefit from having this procedure at different stages in their life. If you have concerns relating to lack of volume or fullness in your labia, don’t hesitate to contact Memorial Plastic Surgery to set up a consultation for a formal evaluation.

Can I have a labia puff procedure if I am pregnant?

If you are considering a labial puff and pregnant, it is recommended to wait at least six months following childbirth. This will give your body time to readjust following pregnancy. Pregnancy after your labial puff treatment can also alter your final results.

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*The content and images on this page are provided with the sole intention of educating potential patients on the procedure discussed above. Results vary per individual and are dependent on our doctor’s consultation prior to the procedure. We strongly recommend undergoing a formal consultation with a board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon prior to scheduling and undergoing any surgical or non-surgical treatment.