The Mons pubis is the part of the anterior vulva. It is located at the level pubic bone. It is the pubic mound that is made up of adipose (fatty) tissue. Its fullness makes it a sensual part of young woman’s body.

With age and the change in circulating hormones, the Mons pubis begins to deflate. It loses fullness and is no longer plump. It loses its attractiveness.

The Mons pubis can be revitalized and rejuvenated by means of autogenous fat grafting or lipofilling. Fat injections to the less voluptuous Mons pubis will help restore it to its once plump youthful look.

Two interventions in cosmetic surgery, liposuction and fat injection, are strategically applied in Mons pubis rejuvenation. The liposuction is performed from specific parts of the body where fat deposits are localised, using a hollow metal surgical instrument called a cannula. The fat can be harvested from different parts of the body such as the abdomen, hips, thighs, back and other places through small incisions.

Once the unwanted fat is extracted, it is concentrated. The adipose (fatty) tissue is separated from other body tissues and then purified. The processed fat is then re-injected to the Mons pubis by multiple injections at different depths to obtain the best results.

The best candidates for a Mons pubis rejuvenation using fat grafting are:

  • in good health
  • emotionally well-balanced
  • women who have realistic expectations about what this surgery can accomplish
  • women who have excess weight or have a sufficient amount of localized fat
  • women who choose Mons pubis rejuvenation using their own fat

Alternative treatments

Fat grafting to Mons pubis is considered elective surgery. One option would be not to undergo to Mons pubis rejuvenation using fat grafting. Fillers containing hyaluronic acid and other products can increase the volume of the Mons pubis.