Clitoris Hoodoplasty

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Your clitoral hood covers the top of your clitoris like a hat. Clitoral hoodoplasties can correct that hood if it is lower or droopier than it should be or has lost its elasticity and thus looks saggier. If you don’t correct it, not only will your vagina look less esthetically pleasing, but your clitoris may lose sensation, thus preventing you from having a clitoral orgasm.  Clitoral hoodoplasty be done simultaneously with labiaplasty (more common) or alone.


During hoodoplasty, the doctor first removes excess and sagged tissue, then shapes your clitoris and clitoral hood to an ideal ratio – i.e. your clitoris is neither entirely covered nor entirely exposed. If you have a completely exposed clitoris, you may experience spontaneous orgasms. Therefore, surgery is planned by taking this ratio into consideration.

Questions & Concerns

Are clitoral hoodoplasty permanent?

Yes, it is.

How long does the surgery take?

Between 30 to 45 minutes.

General anesthesia or local anesthesia?

Either one – depending on your own medical condition and preference.

How long does recovery take?

Usually within three days after the surgery.

Will I experience any pain and/or bleeding afterwards?

You won’t feel any pain during or after surgery thanks to the help of a good pain control. If you take good care of yourself, you shouldn’t suffer from any bleeding either.

When can I begin having sex again?

Usually 25 days after the surgery – upon your doctor’s approval.

Will my partner notice that I’ve had surgery?

No. As soon as you’ve healed, any scarring will be virtually invisible.

When can I go back to work?

3 to 5 days after the surgery.

When can I begin traveling again?

3 days after the surgery – this includes air travel.

Will the surgery impair my hymen?

No. It takes place on a completely different part of your vagina. Hence, your hymen won’t be affected. Virgin patients can have this procedure done, too.