Miami, FL (PRWEB) October 31, 2013
The Maercks Institute, the elite international destination for ‘outside the box’ next generation interventions, announced a new named procedure that has replaced conventional labiaplasty and development of a website dedicated to labiaplasty education.
The blend of dedication to reconstructive plastic surgery and aesthetic excellence has led the internationally famed Dr. Rian A. Maercks to a development that benefits women seeking feminine rejuvenation. Maercks developed the revolutionary MACIE labiaplasty after reconstructing patients that had been near irreversibly damaged by conventional techniques elsewhere. This great step forward not only offers patients an excellent safety profile, it also provides vastly superior aesthetic results and for the first time, a restoration of the light pink color of youth.
Women traditionally seek labiaplasty because of excess length or show of the labia minora. Unfortunately, the most commonly used techniques are an edge trim or amputation or a wedge excision. Both of these techniques remove the valuable deep tissues of the labia minora and may cause devastating scarring and even dyspareunia, painful discomfort with sexual intercourse. Dr. Maercks has seen many patients with horrible complications from these techniques in outside practices and reconstructed them with innovative techniques including fat transfer and local tissue flaps. These experiences led him to develop a safe Histiocentric™ tissue conservative approach.
The MACIE Labiaplasty ( Maercks Color-Corected Intimate Enhancement) preserves all deep labial tissue not only to prevent painful scarring and atrophy, but to enhance sexual pleasure. Maercks explains, “Although strictly defined, tissue of the labia minora is devoid of erectile tissue, it does become engorged with sexual arousal and is an important part of any sexual experience adding padding and pleasant sensation. In my opinion it should never be removed.” The secondary benefit of the MACIE is that it is the only tissue preserving technique to restore the color and texture of youth. “I found early in my labiaplasty practice that although the normal color and texture of the adult labia minora is brown to black and roughly rugated, this is not the aesthetic ideal of women seeking labial enhancement. Most women find a perfectly smooth and pink-colored labia minora to be the aesthetic ideal. This is why I devised this unique technique to deliver this aesthetic ideal.”
The MACIE labiaplasty is a mammoth leap forward in the art and science of feminine rejuvenation from a safety and aesthetic perspective. The Maercks Institute reports that it has become an integral part of Dr. Maercks ever popular “mommy makeover.” The Maercks Institute has also launched development of http://www.Miami-Labiaplasty.com, a site dedicated to labiaplasty education and more information on the MACIE. Thanks to Dr. Maercks more women will be well informed and prepared to make educated decisions in their choices for feminine rejuvenation.