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Doctor ADRIANA GUZMAN

PLASTIC AND AESTHETIC SURGEON
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

WHO THIS PROCEDURE IS INTENDED FOR


Women who have undergone a clitoral excision in childhood or adolescence for ritual reasons, or after vulvo-clitoral trauma.

GOAL

 
Clitoral anatomy implies that the excision is usually limited to the protruding part of the clitoris, leaving in place the deep and lateral roots of this organ. If so, these elements can be found and used to reconstruct a new clitoris.

THE PROCEDURE


Reunion of the residual elements of the clitoris after excision, with or without mucous covering flap.

TYPE OF ANESTHESIA


Local or general anesthesia, or neuroleptanalgesia (deep sedation).

HEALING PROCESS


Usually simple. Visually striking edemas often occur, so it takes sometime to obtain restoration of an almost normal anatomy. The time for recovery varies from one to two months.

POSSIBLE COMPLICATIONS


Infection and wound dehiscence are always possible as well as residual scarring pain, usually transient.