If you suffer from embarrassment or physical discomfort because of enlarged labia, you are not alone. This common condition, whether due to genetics or childbirth, is one that women are usually reluctant to discuss even with their closest girlfriends, let alone a physician. Our caring, approachable board-certified plastic surgeons perform labia reduction in Austin, Texas, to reduce and reshape the labia for improved comfort and renewed self-confidence.

If you’re ready to find out if labia reduction is right for you, request a consultation online with one of our plastic surgeons or call our office in Austin or Round Rock at  (512) 244-1439. We serve patients from San Antonio, New Braunfels, Killeen, and neighboring Texas communities such as Georgetown, Cedar Park, Leander, and Pflugerville.

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Dr. Kerr Discusses Labiaplasty


Labia reduction, technically called labiaplasty, can give Austin area women both physical and psychological benefits, which often include:

  • Decreasing labia size
  • Improving labia appearance
  • Increasing comfort during physical and sexual activity
  • Enhancing self-esteem

Many moms ask our doctors to combine their labiaplasty with other cosmetic procedures such as a tummy tuckliposuction, breast augmentation or breast reduction, as part of a Mommy Makeover for a more comprehensive rejuvenation. During your consultation, your doctor will be happy to help you explore all of your options.

How Much Does Labiaplasty Cost in Austin?

In general, labiaplasty patients in and around Austin, Texas, pay between $5,000 and $7,000, depending on their cosmetic goals and the extent of the surgery needed to create the best outcome. Labiaplasty does not have a set price tag because each procedure is completely customized to meet the specifications of the patient. During your consultation, your doctor provides you with a written quote that reflects your specific surgery. For more information, visit our Pricing page.