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Surgery and intimate medicine is a new and growing field, the version of cosmetic surgery but for the women's intimate part. The interview with Doctor Diba Abrar, specialist in intimate surgery in Nice reveals a lot of interesting things.

I did my medical studies in Paris and, afterwards, I was an intern at the Nice Hospitals in Obstetrics Gynecology. A big part of my activity during all these years was classical gynecology, gynecological surgery, breast surgery for breast cancer and childbirth. Since 2003, I have specialized in intimate surgery because in my medical curriculum, I wanted to be a plastic surgeon, but it was not possible, so I did plastic surgery at the gynecological level.

How was your transition to the intimate surgery field?

I read a lot of articles by Dr. David Matlock who was the first to do plastic surgery, from intimate surgery in the United States to Beverley Hills. I went to see him for a fortnight and he showed me all the techniques he knew. When I returned from Los Angeles, I applied this surgical technique for my patients in Nice.

Were you the first to do this?

Intimate surgery is at the very beginning and a thriving specialty. Women take care of themselves even more nowadays. Intimate surgery has become, like breast surgery, completely democratic.

What techniques are you using?

There is a difference between intimate surgery and intimate medicine.In intimate surgery, what we do most is nymphoplasty or labioplasty for patients who have labia minora or labia majora, for example. By simple surgery, we can reduce these labia minora so that they are included in the vulva area.The second technique is the vaginal treatment for women who have given birth and who have a vagina which is too large and which gives lack of orgasm, the presence of vaginal gases, difficulties in bathing because there is water that enters the vagina. It can be adjusted with conventional surgery in the operating room.

Intimate medicine has three branches: the vaginal yawning, which can be repaired well with a device that I have in my office, by radio frequency. I am, perhaps, the only one to have this gynecological radiofrequency in Nice. He can also treat vaginal dryness which can be treated with my Monalisa Touch laser. It takes three sessions four weeks apart and it helps restore vaginal trophicity and allow the patient to have painless intercourse and resolve the problem of dryness.

We also inject hyaluronic acid through the labia majora which have lost collagen and fat. We inject a little special hyaluronic acid, dedicated to the gynecological area to give a certain consistency to the labia majora.There is also the injection of Desirial hyaluronic acid, also dedicated to the gynecological sphere for patients who have pain during intercourse or who experience vaginal dryness at the start of penetration.

What are the trends in this area?

The procedure I do most is nymphoplasty. I, also, practice vaginal yawning cures a lot, either by radio frequency, because they are small, or by conventional surgery in the operating room. There are also auxiliary activities such as Mont de Venus liposuction when it is too prominent, or treatments for pelvic pain by muscle contractions when botulinum toxin is injected to release the muscles.

This is an area of ​​the future! How do you see it?

This is a booming field. This is a huge and very interesting field of activity.

Do you have any advice for women?

There is no standard. Above all, you should not tell the patient anything because they will develop a complex. And that's terrible! Women released from the 1960s freedom must not become slaves of the surgeon's scalpels. It's very important! We must accede to the patient's request and judge whether it is necessary or not. 

Doctor Abrar is waiting for you at his cabinet, 27 Victor Hugo Avenue, Nice

By Andra Oprea