Reconstructive surgery is a procedure that restores the body following disease, injury, or birth defects.  At Tideline Center for Health and Aesthetics, our skilled physicians perform a number of gynecological surgery procedures to help address a variety of issues. These procedures include:


Labiaplasty is a surgical procedure to reduce the size of the labia or the folds of skin around the vaginal opening. There are a variety of reasons why a woman may choose to undergo this procedure, including to reduce the size of the labia minora so that it does not extend beyond the labia majora, restore a more youthful look to the labia, and improve hygiene.

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Perineoplasty is a procedure to restore the correct shape of the vagina which has been deformed due to injuries, particularly those associated with the delivery and perinatal processes. Treatment may include surgical excision of adhesions and lesions in the perineum and restoring the muscles in the opening of the vagina.

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Clitoral Hood Reduction

Excess skin around the clitoris can be caused by many factors, including aging, genetics, pregnancy, weight fluctuations, and childbirth. For individuals who have large clitoral hoods with excess tissue, reaching sexual climax can be more difficult, or excess tissue may cause irritation. This procedure can also help to balance the appearance of the female genitalia.

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