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Auralia Medical Group has implemented all recommended protocols as issued from the HSE and the National Public Health Emergency Team and WHO in relation to Covid 19, and adhere to them strictly.
We are constantly monitoring additional protocol elements and reacting accordingly.
Auralia does not accept walk-in patients, and all Patients that do attend must comply with the HSE Covid 19 precautions.
The safety and well-being of our Patients, Team members and their families are our key priority at this time.
It is important to understand that Auralia, unlike all Public and many other Private hospitals is a private hospital specialising exclusively in elective cosmetic/plastic surgery and weight loss surgery. All our medical teams are exclusive to Auralia.
We are a fully equipped Internationaly accredited surgical unit, where there is no opportunity for an unannounced walk-in by any unvetted sick patient.
At Auralia, we operate fully accredited HEPA air filters throughout, we have upgraded our disinfectant protocols, PPE and Structural protection in response to the current outbreak, and extensive hand sanitation and protective equipment, when needed is available on site.
All Patients are invited to avail of hand sanitisers located throughout the Hospital/Clinics and at the entrances, while our aim is to create a safe environment for both Patients and Staff.
We have implemented best practice standards for Cosmetic/Plastic and Bariatric hygiene, and we currently vet all Patients prior to attending the hospital/clinics to further enhance measures to prevent the spread of the Virus.
All Patients are temperature tested, surgical Patients are tested for Covid 19 on arrival, and Staff are tested weekly.
Our Occupational Health Advisor regularly checks on all members of staff and providing and updating our Medical Director and Clinical Governance Committee on best practice advice ongoing.
We are engaged with the relevant authorities for guidance on best practice as we continuously monitor the situation on a daily basis, and update our communication channels to any change in approach as the situation develops.
Our key objective is to provide a safe and controlled environment for our Patients and Staff and continue to minimise the spread of Covid 19.
It was the best decision I made. I’m 1.5 months after a tummy tuck. The results are amazing. Huge Thank you to Dr Salman and Dr Ahmad and all staff.
Both my sister and I got work done here and I must say They are brilliant! All the staff from when you enter with the first consultation to the last consultation. Anyone looking for work and is nervous I was the same, I have done a lot of research for a few years and I’m delighted I chose them! I got liposuction will be going back for a tummy tuck also.
Wonderful experience, I am delighted with my results! Dr Salman and the team are very professional, kind and helpful. I would definitely recommend, it was one of the best things I have done.
Treated by: Dr Ahmed Salman MB. BCH. BAO. BMEDSC. COSMETIC SURGEON
Labiaplasty surgery is a procedure that involves altering the labia minora or labia majora of the female genitalia. The labia minora are the inner folds of skin that surround the vaginal opening, while the labia majora are the outer folds of skin that cover the labia minora. Labiaplasty surgery is performed for both cosmetic and functional reasons, and is becoming increasingly popular among women.
Labiaplasty surgery is a cosmetic surgical procedure that involves altering the labia minora or labia majora. The surgery can involve reducing the size of the labia, changing the shape of the labia, or making them more symmetrical. The procedure can be performed under general anaesthesia or local anaesthesia with sedation, and typically takes around 1-2 hours to complete.
There are two main techniques that are used for labiaplasty surgery: the trim technique and the wedge technique. The trim technique involves removing a strip of tissue from the edge of the labia minora, while the wedge technique involves removing a V-shaped wedge of tissue from the labia minora. The choice of technique will depend on the individual patient’s anatomy and the desired outcome.
Labiaplasty surgery is performed for both cosmetic and functional reasons. From a cosmetic standpoint, some women may feel self-conscious about the appearance of their labia and may want to improve their confidence and self-esteem. Women may be unhappy with the size, shape, or asymmetry of their labia, and may desire a more aesthetically pleasing appearance.
From a functional standpoint, some women may experience discomfort or pain during sexual activity, exercise, or other physical activities due to enlarged or elongated labia minora. This can lead to a decrease in sexual satisfaction and quality of life. In some cases, enlarged labia may also cause irritation, chafing, or hygiene issues.
Labiaplasty surgery can help to address these concerns and improve the overall appearance and function of the labia. The surgery can reduce the size and improve the symmetry of the labia, leading to improved confidence and self-esteem. It can also alleviate discomfort or pain during sexual activity and physical activities, leading to improved sexual satisfaction and quality of life.
Labiaplasty surgery is a personal decision that should be made by the individual in consultation with a qualified and experienced surgeon. A candidate for labiaplasty surgery may be someone who is unhappy with the appearance of their labia, experiencing discomfort or pain during sexual activity or physical activities, or experiencing hygiene issues due to enlarged labia.
It is important to note that labiaplasty surgery is not recommended for women who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, as the surgery can affect the anatomy of the labia and may cause complications during childbirth. Additionally, women who have a history of keloids or hypertrophic scarring may not be good candidates for the surgery, as scarring can occur at the incision site.
Labiaplasty surgery is typically performed as an outpatient procedure and can be performed under local anaesthesia with sedation or general anaesthesia. Prior to the surgery, the patient will meet with the surgeon to discuss their goals and expectations, as well as the risks and benefits of the procedure.
During the surgery, the surgeon will make incisions in the labia minora or labia majora, depending on the desired outcome. The surgeon will then remove excess tissue and reshape the labia to achieve the desired appearance. Once the procedure is complete, the incisions will be closed with dissolvable sutures, and the patient will be provided with aftercare instructions, including how to care for the incisions and when to follow up with the surgeon.
Recovery after labiaplasty surgery typically takes around 4-6 weeks. During the first few days after surgery, the patient may experience swelling, bruising, and discomfort in the genital area. Ice packs and pain medication can help to manage these symptoms. It is important to avoid strenuous activity and sexual intercourse for at least 4-6 weeks after surgery to allow for proper healing.
As with any surgical procedure, there are risks and complications associated with labiaplasty surgery. These may include bleeding, infection, scarring, changes in sensation or asymmetry. It is important to discuss these risks with the surgeon prior to the procedure.
Labiaplasty surgery is a cosmetic surgical procedure that involves altering the labia minora or labia majora for both cosmetic and functional reasons. The surgery can improve the appearance and function of the labia, leading to improved confidence and self-esteem, and can alleviate discomfort or pain during sexual activity and physical activities. The procedure can be performed under local anaesthesia with sedation or general anaesthesia and typically takes around 1-2 hours to complete. Recovery after surgery typically takes around 4-6 weeks, and there are low risks and complications associated with the procedure. It is important to discuss the risks and benefits of labiaplasty surgery with a qualified and experienced surgeon prior to making a decision.