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The clitoris is one of the most sensitive and important organs for female sexual pleasure. Unfortunately, some women may experience discomfort or dissatisfaction due to an enlarged or misshapen clitoris. At Dr Johar's Plastic Surgery group, we understand the importance of sexual wellness and offer clitoroplasty to help women achieve their desired results.

What is Clitoroplasty?

Clitoroplasty, also known as clitoral reduction, is a surgical procedure that aims to reduce the size of an enlarged clitoris. It is a safe and effective way to address concerns related to appearance, function, and sexual satisfaction.

What are the Benefits of Clitoroplasty?

  • Improved sexual function and pleasure
  • Enhanced self-confidence and body image
  • Reduced discomfort and pain during sexual activity
  • Improved overall sexual wellness and satisfaction

Clitoroplasty is suitable for whom?

Clitoroplasty is suitable for women who experience discomfort or dissatisfaction due to an enlarged or misshapen clitoris or desire a more natural-looking and functional clitoris.

What should you expect during the consultation?

You will meet our team members, and your surgeon will personally evaluate your condition and will ask about your health history. You will have an opportunity to discuss treatment options and the recommended course of treatment, explore outcomes of procedures and the potential risks and complications associated and get your questions answered.

What should you expect during the treatment?

The anesthesia team assesses your medical fitness before surgery. The doctors can prescribe some diagnostic testing and medications. Once the medical fitness is declared, instructions for the day of surgery are given. The clitoroplasty procedure is performed under general anesthesia. During the procedure, excess tissue is removed from the clitoris, and the remaining tissue is reshaped to improve appearance and function. 

What should you expect during the recovery?

There can be some discomfort, swelling, and pain after surgery which subside with time. Post-surgery medications are prescribed for faster recovery. Our team will advise you on the care of the surgical site and feeding or activity restrictions that may be necessary to promote normal healing. After the procedure, you will be advised to abstain from sexual intercourse and tampon use for four to six weeks. Also, you can discuss specific issues to be monitored in the general health of your patient during recovery with your doctor. Periodic follow-ups are advised to monitor the patient’s health status.

How much Clitoroplasty Costs?

The cost of clitoroplasty may vary depending on the extent of the procedure and other factors like surgeon expertise and stay options. The surgery is usually performed as an outpatient procedure and we offer short stay surgery and patients can typically return home on the same day. 

Why Choose Us for Clitoroplasty?

At Dr Johar's Plastic Surgery group, we understand the sensitive nature of this procedure and prioritize patient comfort, safety, and privacy. Our team of experienced surgeons and staff is dedicated to providing personalized care and helping our patients achieve their desired results.


Q: Is clitoroplasty safe?

A: Yes, clitoroplasty is a safe and effective procedure when performed by an experienced and skilled surgeon.

Q: Will I experience pain during the recovery process?

A: Some discomfort and pain may be experienced during the recovery process, but pain medication can be prescribed to manage any discomfort.

Q: Will I need to take time off work or school after the procedure?

A: Yes, it is recommended to take at least a week off work or school to allow for proper healing and recovery.

Q: Will clitoroplasty affect my ability to have children?

A: No, clitoroplasty does not affect fertility or the ability to have children.

Q: Will the results of clitoroplasty be permanent?

A: Yes, the results of clitoroplasty are typically permanent, although some natural aging and changes in the body may occur over time.

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