What is Labia Majora/Mons Pubis Filling?
MONS PUBIS is the adipose tissue lying above the pubic bone of adult females, anterior to the pubic symphysis. The mons pubis forms the anterior portion of the vulva. The size of the mons pubis varies with the general level of hormone and body fat.
THE LABIA MAJORA has two surfaces, an outer, pigmented and covered with strong, crisp hairs; and an inner, smooth and beset with large sebaceous follicles. The labia majora are thicker in front, where they form by their meeting the anterior commissure of the labia majora. The labia majora correspond to the scrotum in the male.
Labia Majora Filling and Mons Pubis Filling is done to add volume to tissues, supporting the dermal tissues to shape the contour of the Labia majora and Mons Pubis, to the desired level of correction.
With aging, the Labia Majora/Mons Pubis may lose its fat and undergo atrophy that causes the skin to shrink and produce unsightly wrinkling, possibly as a result of the consumption of some kind of food or of natural aging change. The sagging, wrinkling and darkening of the skin may be bothersome to many and opt for Labia majora/Mons Pubis filling.
After injection of the filling (not silicone), common injection reactions might occur. These include erythema, swelling, pain, itching, bruising or tenderness at the sight. These reactions are expected to subside within one to two weeks.
Labia Majora/Mons Pubis filling is a non-surgical treatment that temporarily augments the Labia Majora/Mons Pubis. Effects last from 8-12 months.