Maldistribution of underskin fat tissue, which cannot be subsided by means of dieting, direct training, massaging and such, many women are uncomfortable with. Due to hormonal changes, physiological ageing and strains of childbirth often the mons veneris is affected. Many women are bothered by an enlarged mons veneris, which can be seen under tight clothing. This problem can be reduced by well directed careful suction of the underskin fat.
The suction area is getting anaesthetised by injection of an analgesic, usually in connection with a solvent that makes the suction of the fact easier. This method is sometimes combined with injecting a sedative that will remove tension and fear before surgery, invoking a kind of 'conscious sedation'. Then, a small canula is inserted via a small incision and the excess fat is carefully extracted by suction. Surplus skin can easily be removed via a small cut in the pubic region. This intervention is easily combined with a tightening of the lower abdomen.