WHO THIS PROCEDURE IS INTENDED FOR
It may happen that the cap which covers the clitoris is abnormally developed, causing this organ to be revealed prior to the desired moment. This characteristic, often familial, can easily be corrected.
The goal is a reduction of the clitoral hood, a highly sensitive organ, when it is protected by an overly developed mucosal fold.
This involves removing a mucosal triangle and then repairing it harmoniously to allow for a normal clitoral protection .
TYPE OF ANESTHESIA
General or epidural anesthesia
Usually very simple. Complications such as painful scars are extremely rare and often reversible.
Clitoral dysaesthesias (abnormal sensitivity of the region) mostly transient.