WHO THIS PROCEDURE IS INTENDED FOR
It is common for the mons Pubis to tend to thicken after 40 years, especially if you have gone through a period of excess weight. Consequently, even if you lose weight, the distended pubic area then tends to fall by burying and hiding the vulval area.
Removal of the folds that “bury” the vulva. The procedure is somewhat similar to its male equivalent.
To achieve a normal and satisfactory result, two imperatives are necessary:
- Thinning the pubis by conventional liposuction
- Then resecting a cutaneous ellipse centered on the lower abdominal fold, then ascending the pubis to fix it on the pubic bone (Pubopexie).
Drainage for two or three days is often necessary.
TYPE OF ANESTHESIA
Peridural or local aided by a neuroleptanalgesia (deep sedation).
A ten-day healing is required, along with wearing compression clothing locally for one month.
Blood effusions as well as lymphatic effusions require technique of the utmost rigor.
However, this procedure can be performed at the same time as abdominoplasty or abdominal minilift. Each has its own complications.