Atlanta Center for Aesthetic Vaginal Surgery
Labia Majora Convergence Surgery Before and After Photos
Labia majora convergence surgery is performed in women who feel that their labia majora diverge away from the clitoris or away from the perineum. This can occur anteriorly above the clitoral hood and posteriorly below the vaginal opening at the perineum. Surgery can be performed to pull the majora towards the midline to give a more aesthetically appealing contouring of the majora both above and below the vaginal openings.
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For more information - see Labia Majora Convergence in Diagnosis and Procedures