FAQ: Lifts and Liposuction for “Down There”
There are several procedures available to help you sculpt and create your ideal look for “down there,” including liposuction and lifts that can give you the look you want. The most popular procedure for achieving a “lifted” look of the pubic area is the monsplasty.
This procedure is gaining in popularity, with many women choosing to opt for a monsplasty. Let’s take a look at just what the monsplasty procedure is, and a few questions that many women have about this treatment.
What is a Monsplasty?
A monsplasty, also known as a pubic lift, is a procedure in which excess fatty tissue is removed from the mons pubis, or the area of fatty tissue that surrounds and protects the pubic bone. Many times, there is excess fatty tissue in this area, and women may want to get a monsplasty procedure to remove some of this tissue, resulting in a less padded, more sculpted look that can give them a great boost to their self-esteem and more confidence in their own skin.
How is a monsplasty performed?
The monsplasty procedure is performed by taking a liposuction-like tool and removing excess fatty tissue from the area. After the desired amount of fatty tissue is removed, the doctor then removes excess skin and sculpts, lifts, and tightens the area to the desired look.
Is anesthesia needed for a monsplasty?
For a monsplasty procedure, anesthesia is used. Depending on the amount of fatty tissue that is to be removed, or anxiety and pain tolerance, general or local anesthesia can be used, depending on the patient and the doctor’s advice.
Why do women want a monsplasty?
Women opt for the monsplasty procedure for a variety of different reasons. Many times, they are looking to change a part of their body that they are unhappy with. This can give them quite a boost of self-confidence. Other times, a larger mons pubis area can interfere with exercise or the way clothing fits, making the woman uncomfortable. A monsplasty can help with this.
Is a monsplasty painful?
A monsplasty procedure is done under either local or general anesthesia, so there isn’t any pain or discomfort during the procedure itself. After the procedure, when the anesthesia wears off, you may feel a bit of pain or discomfort, but it should not be unbearable. Most patients feel minimal pain after the procedure, and it should wear off within a few days following the procedure.
Are there many side effects of a monsplasty?
A monsplasty, or pubic lift, is a medical procedure, and like with any medical procedure, it does carry some risk. Of course, these risks and side effects tend to be minimal. Some of them include bruising, swelling, slight pain, discomfort, redness, itching, and bleeding. If any of these side effects do not clear up on their own within a week, following up with your doctor is the best course of action.
If you are curious to see if you are a great candidate for a monsplasty in Los Angeles or surrounding areas, call the office of Dr. Ghozland today to set up a consultation or ask any questions you may have about the monsplasty procedure.