Most plastic surgeons are good at what they do–but there are always the few bad ones. This is as true in labiaplasty and vaginaplasty as any other area of cosmetic surgery.
A bad plastic surgery operation usually suggests surgical errors within the cosmetic surgery procedure, although in many cases, bad cosmetic surgery is the result of bad aesthetic decisions either by the patient or the surgeon before the surgery. Bad cosmetic surgery can happen in any procedure, and it might suggest any of several possible problems.
An example of bad cosmetic surgery that we’re all familiar with is a bad facial surgery. In a facial procedure, a bad surgery can be the result of a face lift which is too tight. This causes asymmetry and some excessive tightness. Victims of a bad face lift usually lose sensation or mobility in their faces, usually as a result of nerve damage.
But there are examples of bad cosmetic surgery in other areas too: botched nose jobs for instance. But bad cosmetic surgery in the vaginal area can be easier to disguise than a bad facial procedure. Still, the after-effects of this botched procedure is just as hard to live with. These effects might include deformation, excessive scarring, and so on. Even more, a bad procedure often creates unimaginable psychological and emotional damage on the patient. Sometimes they even think this is something they deserved–a price they must pay for their vanity.
But the woman should understand it’s not her fault. A bad labiaplasty or vaginaplasty almost always is the result of surgeon error, and in many cases happens when the surgeon is practicing without proper credentials. To avoid this situation, it’s important to carefully screen your surgeon, specifically asking about their credentials.