from £ 3500.00
The hoodectomy sees the excess tissue around the clitoris removed in order to shorten the clitoral hood.

Hoodectomy explained

A hoodectomy – also known as a hoodoplasty or a clitoral hood reduction – is a procedure that aims to reduce the size and area of the clitoral hood around the clitoris by removing excess tissue. Many women opt to undergo the procedure to improve sexual sensitivity.


At a glance

Surgery time

1.5 hours

Reasonable mobility

After 2 - 3 days

Hospital stay

day treatment


4 - 6 weeks




After 1 day

Sexual activity

After after 6 weeks

Removing stitches



on back for 2 weeks

Full recovery

After 3 - 6 months


After 24 - 48 hrs


After 1 - 2 weeks

Swelling & Bruising

approximately 2 weeks

Hoodectomy reviews

I have been insecure about my labias for many years. [...] They booked me in with one of the specialist called Dr John for a labiaplasty consultation. He was so professional and kind that I didn’t feel uncomfortable even for a second. I had my surgery 3 months ago and I am half way in my recovery right now. I feel more confident than ever. I can finally enjoy certain things in life that I couldn’t before.

Lisa Fowler


Thank you so much to Dr John Skevofilax who performed my labiaplasty [...]. I would also like the thank the lovely nurses who assisted my op. I felt so welcome and at ease from start to finish and it’s all thanks to them. I am almost one week post op and whilst I’m quite swollen at the moment I know the results will be incredible.- when I saw the results straight after I could have cried as the area has always been a huge insecurity of mine and this surgery will do wonders for my confidence. [...]

Emma Cox


Meet our medical director

Dr John Skevofilax M.D. M.Sc. 

Dr. John is a dual-specialised surgeon in Orthopaedics and Plastics. He has over 15 years experience working in over 4 different countries. Working in several private clinics in Athens, he established himself among the elite surgeons of Athens, treating many well known V.I.P.s living in Greece. In the UK he has worked in both fields, in various hospitals in London and Oxford.

Consult with Dr. John

Your Hoodectomy consultation

Book yourHoodectomy consultation

Related procedures