Mons Pubis Liposuction in Toronto

Pricing
Starts at $4,999
Procedure Time
1 hour
Recovery Time
6-12 weeks

How Much Does Mons Pubis Liposuction Cost?

The procedure starts at $4,999.

How Long Does It Take to Recover From Mons Pubis Liposuction?

Patients can return to light activity the next day, but it takes up to 6-12 weeks to fully recover.

How Long Does Mons Pubis Liposuction Take?

The procedure takes approximately 1 hour.

What Is Mons Pubis Liposuction?

Mons pubic liposuction is used to address a curvature, protrusion, or “puffiness” in the pubic area. The procedure removes excess fat through liposuction to make the mons pubis flatter, more comfortable and more attractive.

Who Is a Mons Pubis Liposuction Candidate?

Ideal candidates:

  • ● Are in good overall health
  • ● Have a protruding mons pubis
  • ● Have excess skin or fat on the mons pubis (which may require mons lipo and skin excision). Lipo + skin excision is called a mons lift.
  • ● Have realistic expectations

If you are not an ideal candidate for mons pubis liposuction, consider a different procedure at SpaMedica. Learn more about SpaMedica’s non-surgical treatment options to find the right option for your needs.

Benefits of Mons Pubis Liposuction

More Defined Pubic Region
Drooping and protruding skin causes the mons pubis to lose definition. The area becomes more defined after the procedure.

Clothing Fits Better
When the mons pubis protrudes or hangs, clothing does not fit well. Many people cannot wear tight clothing due to this problem. Clothing fits much better following this procedure.

Clothing Feels Better
Excess mons pubis tissue can make clothing uncomfortable. After reducing the mons pubis, tight clothing feels more comfortable.

Increased Confidence
An overly developed mons pubis can cause people to lose confidence or feel embarrassed. Patients will feel better with and without clothing after undergoing this procedure.

Mons Pubis Liposuction Risks

The risks are minimal with mons pubis liposuction. While some patients experience minor complications, they normally go away within days or are easily managed with post-operative manipulation.

Minor Bruising and Swelling
Minor bruising and swelling are normal following the procedure. Patients wear a compression garment to reduce swelling and bruising.

Minor Sensitivity
Many people experience minor sensitivity after the procedure. In most cases, this is easily controlled with over-the-counter pain medication. 

Anesthesia Complications
While rare, some people suffer from anesthesia complications. Dr. Mulholland goes over each patient’s medical history to ensure they are good candidates for the procedure.

Loose Skin
Patients who have lost elasticity in their skin might have loose skin after the procedure. Dr. Mulholland can discuss an additional procedure to tighten and lift the mons pubis, through a simple suprapubic lift, performed through a C-section scar and also under local anesthesia.

Why Choose SpaMedica for Mons Pubis Liposuction?

Dr. Mulholland is a leader in body contouring procedures. He has pioneered different techniques and has built a reputation for providing patients with the results they want.

Different Types of Mons Pubis Liposuction

Mons Pubis Lift

A mons pubis lift is often combined with mons liposuction. After the mons liposuction, a C-section sized incision is placed at the top of the pubic hairline and the mons is undermined, elevated and the extra saggy mons tissue is removed, tightening the mons.

Non-Surgical Mons Pubis Liposuction Alternatives

The non-surgical liposuction technology can sometimes be applied on the mons and work. The Evolve Trim and the SculpSure can be used on the mons pubis and both reduce fat permanently and non-invasively.

How Is Mons Pubis Liposuction Performed by Dr. Mulholland?

Dr. Mulholland performs or oversees mons pubis liposuction procedures at SpaMedica. The surgeon administers local anesthesia and uses SmartLipo, VaserLipo, or Bodytite radiofrequency-assisted liposuction to heat, coagulate, liquify, and remove the fat. This causes the mons pubis to deflate and flatten.

How to Prepare for Mons Pubis Liposuction

  • Stopping smoking
  • Avoiding anti-inflammatory medications
  • Maintaining a stable weight

What to Expect After Mons Pubis Liposuction

The recovery process is relatively quick. Once the swelling dissipates, patients have a flatter, aesthetically pleasing mons pubis. For several days the external genitalia is quite swollen, but that swelling comes down quickly.

Mons Pubis Liposuction Recovery and Timeline

Day 1: Patients go home the same day after undergoing a mons pubis liposuction.

Day 2-3: Patients generally return to work, although they need to be mindful of bruising and swelling.

Week 1-3: Patients wear a body contouring garment for the first 3 weeks but can resume light activities immediately and light aerobic activities.

Week 4-6: High-impact activities can be resumed.

Best Procedures Paired With Mons Pubis Liposuction

A mini-tummy tuck, liposuction of other areas, fat grafting, laser hair removal and cellulite reduction treatment all work well with mons pubis liposuction.

Mons Pubis Liposuction FAQ

How Painful Is It to Get Mons Pubis Liposuction?

Patients typically experience mild discomfort following this procedure. Discomfort is easily managed with over-the-counter pain medications.

Can the Mons Pubis Fat Come Back After Liposuction?

The fat that is removed during mons pubis liposuction is gone forever. However, it is important to maintain your surgical weight as weight increase will swell up the fat cells that remain in the mons.

Can My Mons Pubis Get Saggy and Fall After Liposuction?

Dr. Mulholland and Dr. Bray are masters of BodyTite liposuction which gives good soft tissue contraction and tightening, so the risk of your mons getting loose and falling is very low. If there is a mons droopiness that develops, even years later, a simple mons pubis lift works to correct this.



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Stephen Mulholland, M.D
Physician and internationally recognized cosmetic plastic surgeon and lecturer.
66 Avenue Road, Suite 4 Toronto, Ontario M5R 3N8