Hopefully, this brief discussion of the various "labiaplasty" procedures serves not only to provide you adequate understanding of the several labiaplasty options, but also prepares you for a careful surgical examination during your initial consultation followed by a frank "to the point" discussion of the exact results you would like see.
Fortunately, labiaplasty is considered a minor surgical procedure and thus is relatively safe. The most common potential complications are bleeding, minor infection, incision breakdown, scarring, and/or irritation and pain. When all healing has occurred, there may also be alteration of sensation, changes in pigmentation and even asymmetry. Your plastic surgeon can provide help with any of these problems.
In spite of my effort to present somewhat technical information in an understandable manner, it's expected that some questions may arise. If so, please do not hesitate to contact me directly.