Mons Pubis Correction IN MUNICH
Mons Pubis Correction
The mons pubis marks the harmonious transition from the abdomen to the female genitalia. Due to weight and hormonal fluctuations, the mons pubis sometimes changes its appearance. If it is too prominent or too flabby, it is often perceived as unattractive. Liposuction, tightening, or a combination of both can help to improve the body contour. In a personal consultation, Dr. med. Dr. med. Christina Irene Günter will discuss which treatment method is most suitable for your individual situation.
It goes without saying that your health is always given priority. Surgery that negatively affects your health or physical integrity is not recommended and should not be performed in the first place. Detailed consultations are mandatory before surgical procedures. It is essential to talk about the motivation for this kind of surgery, to discuss whether the desired result can be achieved, and to speak about possible limitations. Other important topics are alternative treatments, as well as potential adverse side effects and possible risks.
As with any surgical procedure, mons pubis reduction may lead to bruising (hematoma), secondary bleeding, swelling, wound healing disorders, infections, and wound dehiscence. Temporary numbness of the treated area may also occur.
If you decide on a surgical procedure, it is essential that you are cared for professionally and personally during the entire process.
I attach great importance to perceiving, advising, and treating you as an individual, with all the facets of your personality. My many years of experience, expertise, empathy, and communication are central pillars of my therapeutic success. Intensive and personal post-treatment care is as much a focus of my work as the preparation and the treatment itself. After all, a perfect result can only be achieved by working together as a team.
The most important facts on mons pubis surgical reduction
- DURATION OF TREATMENT:: from 1 h
- ANESTHESIA: twilight sleep with local anesthesia or general anesthesia
- TREATMENT:one day in-patient stay or out-patient
- COSTS:will be determined individually after the preliminary consultation, depending on the work involved
- FOLLOW-UP TREATMENT: 2 to 6 weeks
- REMOVAL OF SUTURES: no sutures or absorbable sutures
- SOCIAL ACTIVITIESafter 1 week
- PHYSICAL EXERCISE:: after 4 weeks