The mons pubis is the soft, rounded mound of tissue overlying the pubic bone located right above the female genitalia.
As women age, after childbirth or with weight gain or loss, this area can change, becoming enlarged or have redundant skin. Occasionally it can become enlarged so that the area appears more masculine, and protrudes through clothes.
Many women are unhappy with this appearance and become dissatisfied with the way they look; making intimacy and sexual gratification that much harder to achieve.
Liposuction can be performed in this area, and redundant skin and fat can be surgically removed. This area can also be lifted to give a more streamlined appearance,
Pubic Lift and Liposuction is performed under general anaesthetic and during the procedure unwanted fat and skin will be removed to achieve the desired appearance.
Risks associated with such surgery include:
- Damage to genitals
- Damage to reproductive organs
- Risks associated with anaesthetic
- Excessive Scarring
- Infected and pussing wounds.