Monsplasty (also known as pubic lift) can be surgically treated to remove excess skin and fatty tissue. The area of tissue in front of the pubic bones known as the mons pubis is often covered in pubic hair. Monsplasties are done for aesthetic reasons. It alters the structure of a mons pubis to change how it looks by lifting, tightening, and reshaping it. It might also increase comfort and functionality.
A surgeon performing Monsplasty, also known as Pubic Lift, follows a systematic approach to achieve the desired results. First, the patient is placed under anesthesia to ensure comfort throughout the procedure. The surgeon then makes carefully planned incisions in inconspicuous locations, often along the bikini line. Excess skin and fat tissue in the Mons pubis area are then removed, and the remaining tissues are skillfully reshaped and tightened to create a more aesthetically pleasing contour. Once the desired appearance is achieved, the incisions are meticulously closed with sutures or surgical adhesive.
You will consult with your surgeon before your monsplasty. They will assess your overall health, considering any risk factors or pre-existing diseases, and talk with you about what you can expect from the surgery. Inform them of all past surgeries you've undergone as well as any prescription or over-the-counter drugs you're taking, including herbal supplements. Your risk of bleeding can be increased by aspirin, inflammatory medications, and some herbal supplements.
Then, while you're standing, your surgeon will inspect your mons pubis. From a standing position, they may observe how your skin, fat, and the effects of gravity are distributed throughout your body. They'll mark the spot with a marker. The markers assist your surgeon in planning the treatment, including directing cuts, symmetry creation, and hiding or minimizing scars.
Your surgeon will apply bandages to your incisions following a monsplasty. To lessen swelling and support your mons pubis as it heals, they could additionally wrap the area with an elastic bandage or compression garment.
The majority of monsplasties are outpatient operations, allowing you to leave the hospital on the same day as your surgery. If you undergo a monsplasty along with a stomach tuck or liposuction, you might need to spend the night at the medical center.
Your surgeon will discharge you whenever they feel that you no longer require monitoring. After your monsplasty, you must have a family member or friend drive you home and look after you for at least the first 24 hours.
If you don't see an answer to your question, you can send us an email from our contact form.
Good candidates for monsplasty are people who have excess skin and tissue in the pubic area due to factors such as aging, weight loss, or pregnancy.
Monsplasty can lead to a more aesthetically pleasing pubic area, increased self-confidence, and improved comfort in clothing and daily activities.
Monsplasty is considered a moderate surgical procedure that typically requires general anesthesia.
The recovery period for monsplasty can vary, but most patients can expect to return to regular activities within 2 to 4 weeks, with full recovery taking several months.
Yes, there will be scars after monsplasty, but a skilled surgeon will place the incisions strategically to minimize their visibility.
Yes, monsplasty can be combined with other cosmetic surgeries, such as abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) or liposuction, for more comprehensive results.
The duration of monsplasty surgery varies depending on the individual case, but it generally takes around 1 to 2 hours.
Patients will experience some discomfort after the procedure, but pain can be managed with prescribed medications.
There are some non-surgical treatments that claim to tighten the skin, but they are often less effective than surgical procedures for significant sagging.
The results of monsplasty are long-lasting, but factors like aging and significant weight fluctuations can impact the longevity of the results.