Among the most common procedures are labioplasty, liposuction on the pubic area, pubic lifting, vaginoplasty, clitoroplasty and hymen reconstruction. Labiaplasty: The aim of the surgery is to reduce excessive protrusion of the labia minora. The causes of excess growth of the labia minora are unknown in most cases but are involved hormonal factors as well as local irritation. This excess growth of the labia minora can be single or bilateral, and it is normal to observe slight asymmetries between them (as well as between the breasts). Labia majora augmentation: With aging, tissues tend to lose fat, getting a saggy look. This process also happens in the labia majora. We can improve the appearance with a surgical technique involving fat transfer. A part of that fat will be reabsorbed so it may be necessary to repeat the procedure to obtain the desired effect in some cases. Surgery of the clitoral hood: The clitoris is covered by a thin layer of tissue, similar to the male’s foreskin. This tissue is known as clitoral hood and its growth is often seen during menarche, pregnancy or menopause. The correction is made by partial removal of excess cap. It is a procedure that requires to be very precise to avoid excessive resection that would leave the clitoris uncovered.