A monsplasty procedure reduces and tightens the skin and tissue of the mons pubis, which is the fatty area above the genitals in both men and women. This area, which protects the pubic bone and joint from injury, can begin to sag with age, weight fluctuation, pregnancy, or childbirth, affecting both aesthetics and function.
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About the ProcedureLast Updated: 09.15.2021The mons pubis, also referred to as the pubic mound, is the fatty area above the genitals in both men and women. The fatty tissue in this area protects the pubic bone and joint from injury, which are located directly behind the mons pubis. When this area becomes enlarged due to weight gain, pregnancy, or childbirth, it can be uncomfortable and affect the individual beyond aesthetic concerns. When the mons pubis begins to sag, it can interfere with urination and sex, as well as how clothes fit. When diet and exercise do not improve the size or sagging of the pubic area, a monsplasty may be able to necessary to correct the issue.Monsplasty, sometimes referred to as a pubic lift, can either be performed under general or local anesthesia with sedation depending on the extent of the procedure. If a minimal amount of tissue is being removed, only local sedation may be necessary, however, if the procedure is more involved or is being combined with a more invasive surgery such as a tummy tuck, general anesthesia will be required. If needed, a liposuction procedure will be performed to remove excess fatty tissue to improve contours postoperatively. A horizontal incision will be made at the upper edge of the pubic region below the navel. Underlying muscles will be raised and tightened to create a firmer, more defined pubic area. Excess skin will then be removed and the pubic skin will be pulled upwards into its new position. Sutures and skin adhesive will be used to close the incision.
What to Expect
A monsplasty procedure reduces and tightens the skin and tissue of the mons pubis, which is the fatty area above the genitals. Here is a quick guide for what to expect before, during, & after a monsplasty procedure.
Stop taking blood thinning medications for 2 weeksStop smoking 4 weeks before and after No alcohol 2 days prior Stop taking ephedrines and asthma medications 2 days priorNo thyroid medication the day of surgery
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General or local anesthesia with sedationLiposuction if necessaryIncision made between pubic area and navelMuscles tightened and excess tissue removedPubic skin lifted into new, tighter positionSutures and skin adhesives to close