LabiaplastyHave you suffered after a botched Labiaplasty?
Labiaplasty is a procedure designed to reduce the shape and/or size of the labia. The procedure has become increasingly popular in the UK over the past few years and although labiaplasty can be undertaken purely for cosmetic reasons, some women also have the procedure for physical reasons as the size and shape of the labia can cause pain and irritation.
After the procedure, which usually takes around one or two hours, you will need to allow time for the effects of the general anaesthetic to wear off. You may be quite sore for the following week or two. Normally, you will be able to return to work after a week or two, although it is advisible to avoid any vigorous activity for at least four weeks. You may have some minor scarring after the surgery has taken place, however this does tend to heal well and usually isn’t noticeable.
What Happens When It Goes Wrong?
What Happens Next?
We can assist you in dealing with complaints, seeking answers or making a claim on your behalf. We have an expert team dealing with cosmetic surgery treatments that have gone wrong or fallen below the standard you would expect, from all types of breast implants surgical procedures (including PIPs), tummy/stomach tucks, liposuction and nose reshaping procedures to list just a few.
Whatever your concern, we’ll help you and direct you through the claims process. Complete our claim form and we can start your claim today.
Claiming For Your Cosmetic Surgery
Free Legal Help
If you are unsure if you have a claim for your cosmetic surgery or procedure, then call our clinical negligence team for free, no obligation advice on making a claim. They will ask you some simple questions about your surgery and talk to you with what’s happened and can tell you if you have a claim or not. Call 24/7 0800 122 3130.
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