Mons Liposculpturing

In the present day and age, appearance matters a lot for both men and women whether it is a casual outing with friends, holiday journeys, business trips or a regular day at your professional workspace.

Women, in particular, tend to get more self-conscious and can feel uncomfortable if they doubt their appearance. One of the major causes of this discomfort in women regarding their appearance is what is informally called the “Camel Toe”. Camel toe is an effect created by a pair of trousers or shorts that fit very tightly around a woman’s groin, so drawing attention to the shape of the external genitals.

The camel toe becomes more prominent because of the accumulation of fat in the pubic area (mons pubis). Mons Liposculpturing takes care of this problem for you.

Before and After image of Mons Liposculpturing Deepa Ganesh chennai

What is Mons Liposculpturing?

Mons Liposculpturing is a quick procedure that takes anywhere between 30 to 40 minutes from start to finish and essentially enables a woman to “sculpt” her pubic area as she desires.

This procedure primarily focuses on the fatty mons pubis and labia majora. They are the regions above the pubic bone that are generally more prominent in women. The phases of a woman’s life like weight-loss, weight-gain, pregnancy, childbirth or even ageing in general can alter the appearance of the pubic area making it enlarged, protrude more or can make the skin droopy and seem to be overhanging. Such changes can be noticeable especially when wearing tight-fitting clothes and during social situations causing a feeling of lowered self-confidence and discomfort for many women. Thus, many women prefer the undergo this procedure to minimize the size of their pubic area.

Before beginning the procedure, the patient will need to have a consultation with the surgeon. The patient will be asked a series of questions, like medical history, allergies, etc., to determine whether they are a suitable candidate for the surgery. Furthermore, the doctor would give certain pre-operation instructions to the patient, such as quitting smoking for at least two weeks prior to the surgery or halting the consumption of alcohol, so that the any complications due to the procedure can be minimized and also ensure smooth and fast recovery.

After administering local or general anesthesia, an incision is made during the surgery is very small to favor as small and as minimally visible as a scar as possible. Excess fat is suctioned from the pubic area using a cannula.

How can you decide if this procedure is right for you?

Consultation before the surgery is mandatory to analyse the patient to the best of the doctor’s knowledge. There some basic criteria which can help you decide if you would be benefitted from this procedure.

You would be a suitable candidate if:

  1. You are at least 18 years old.
  2. Are in good health (both mentally and physically)
  3. Have an enlarged mons pubis
  4. Have overhanging, saggy or droopy skin around the pubic area.
  5. Have good skin elasticity.
  6. Are often very self-conscious about the appearance of your pubic area.
  7. Are bothered with camel toe.
  8. You feel that the appearance of your pubic area might be distorted away from your liking due to pregnancy, childbirth, obesity, weight-gain, weight-loss or any other such factors.


It is very common for patients to experience inflammation, mild pain and irritation. Medication can be provided to cope with these symptoms.  The entire recovery process normally takes 3 to 4 weeks. This period can vary from one individual to another.

A compression garment should be worn post the surgery for a minimum of 2 weeks (subject to change depending upon the patient) to ensure proper shaping of the mons pubis. Routine work like going to the workplace can be resumed about 1 week after the surgery.  A detailed, tailored, set of instructions will be provided to the patient by the doctor to help in speedy recovery.

The results of the surgery are best seen usually after 6 weeks.

Risks associated with Mons Liposculpturing?

Just like any other surgical procedure, there are some risks associated with this procedure as well. The chances of risks are low enough that the benefits of the procedure outweigh the risks in the opinion of many.

Complications may include blood loss, infection, excessive inflammation and abnormal vaginal discharge.