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Laser Treatment of Precancerous Conditions

Laser surgery can be successful in treating certain types of pre-cancerous conditions. Laser energy is used to vaporize the top layer of skin to minimize injury to the deeper layers of the skin. In conditions where the pre-cancerous growth is superficial (on the skin surface), lasers can successfully remove the growth with excellent cosmetic results.

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Excision of the Bartholin and Atheromas

The Bartholin glands are two small organs under the skin in a woman’s genital area. They are on either side of the folds of skin (labia) that surround the vagina and urethra. A Bartholin’s cyst excision is surgery to remove the cyst. There is one Bartholin gland on each side of the labia. The labia...

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Partial Vulvectomy (for Precancerous Conditions)

The vulva is the outside part of a woman’s sexual organs. This includes the inner lips (labia minora), outer lips (labia majora) and the clitoris. If abnormal cells (dysplasia) are found in this area, a partial vulvectomy is done to remove the affected area of the vulva. Symptoms of dysplasia may include: Itching of the...

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Labioplasty (Mechanical and Cosmetic)

Labiaplasty is a procedure for altering the labia minora (inner labia) and the labia majora (outer labia), the folds of skin surrounding the vulva. There are two main categories of women seeking cosmetic genital surgery: those with congenital conditions such as intersex, and those with no underlying condition who experience physical discomfort or wish to...

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