It is with great enthusiasm and pleasure that we can announce the re-opening of the Landings Surgical Centre — our official opening date will be June 4, 2020

The past few months have forced all small business create a new way of managing their business and for physicians offices it is more of a re-invention.

New regulations created by governments to create a safe environment for patients and employers are the new normal as a result of Covid-19. Previously we have offered our patients a safe and highly professional environment and we will strive to do this and more as we go forward. Our focus on giving you the best plastic surgical care will remain our number one priority. In achieving this there will be a need to add some protocols to each and every visit to our offices. Please bear with us and be patient with our staff as there will be growing pains for everyone.

Our staff will commence contacting patients after May 27, 2020. This will be done in order of canceled date. We hope to resume surgical procedures near the end of the first week in June. We will resume our facial filler and Neuromodulator injection practice the first week in June. All patients must now follow the Nova Scotia Provincial Guidelines listed below.

NS Guidelines

If you are sick or have been sick you must be-book your appointment until 14 days after you feel better.
If you have been in contact with anyone with Covid-19 you must reschedule your appointment to 14 days after that contact.

Arrive 5 minutes before your scheduled appointment, please do not be late.
It is important to be on time as physical distancing does not allow for clients to wait in the reception area.
All registration and information forms MUST be filled out and forwarded to us before your appointment.
You may be asked to wait in your car to receive a text if too many people are in the reception area.
You are asked to wear face covering to the appointment. If you do not have one, a surgical mask we will provided to you for a small fee.
You may have your temperature taken by thermal imaging.
All clients will be asked to sanitize their hands upon entering and exiting the clinic
Please follow physical distancing and the markers on the floor that we have all become accustomed to.
We will frequently clean all high touch areas.

We are excited to welcome all of our regular clients and new clients into the Landings Surgical Centre.

What to Expect during Labiaplasty Recovery

By The Landings Surgical Centre on August 01, 2018

Photo of woman’s abdomen, hips, and thighsWomen who experience discomfort or self-consciousness due to the appearance of their labia can benefit from labiaplasty at our Halifax, Nova Scotia cosmetic surgery practice. Labiaplasty is an increasingly popular procedure that can be performed under local anesthesia.

Here, our team at The Landings Surgical Centre discusses what patients can expect during labiaplasty recovery so they can resume normal life as soon as possible.

Labiaplasty: A Brief Overview

When women are born with large labial lips, it can interfere with their quality of life. For some, it is simply a matter of aesthetics. For others, it can cause discomfort during activities such as cycling, horseback riding, and even sexual intercourse. In fact, some women are unable to wear certain types of clothing such as swimsuits or tight pants.

A labiaplasty involves reducing excess tissue and reshaping the appearance of the labial lips. The treatment can be customized to the unique concerns of the individual.

Managing Pain and Discomfort

In most cases, patients will be provided with prescription pain medications immediately following labiaplasty. After the first few days, you will be able to taper the prescription medications and begin taking Tylenol until your post-operative pain diminishes.

To reduce discomfort, patients should avoid strenuous activities and apply cold compresses to the area in 20-minute increments.

Swelling and Bruising

Following your labiaplasty, swelling and bruising should be expected. This is a normal aspect of healing, and these side effects should diminish gradually over time. Inflammation can sometimes cause slight discomfort when urinating. To reduce this, run warm water over the affected area when you go to the bathroom.

When to Resume Activities

Individuals with sedentary jobs can return to work in just a few days. Typically, if a patient has the procedure performed on a Thursday or Friday, she can go back to the office on Monday. However, if your responsibilities are more demanding, you will most likely require more time off before returning to the workplace.

Any exercise should be completely avoided until one month after your labiaplasty. At this point, you should take your time and begin slowly. Do not try to do too much too soon. If you experience localized discomfort, waiting another two to three weeks may be recommended.

In addition, we recommend abstaining from sexual intercourse for at least four to six weeks after your labiaplasty. This will significantly reduce the potential for post-treatment complications.

What to Wear during Recovery

Because friction and rubbing can exacerbate post-operative discomfort, we recommend wearing comfortable, loose-fitting clothing for the first few weeks after your plastic surgery. Tight or restrictive clothes can cause chafing and irritation, which can lengthen the healing process.

In addition, it is important to avoid using tampons during labiaplasty recovery. Until the healing process is complete, wear pads and liners instead.

Recovery Timeline and Results

In most cases, complete recovery following labiaplasty takes approximately six weeks. Keep in mind that the area can undergo many changes during that time.

Contact Us to Learn More

If you are interested in learning more about labiaplasty, or any of the other cosmetic treatments available at our practice, schedule a visit. Contact us online or call us at (866) 928-0023.

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