Stefan Gress studied medicine at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University and Technical University Munich, Germany, at the Universidade Federal da Bahia, Salvador, Brazil and at the Medical School at the New York University, USA. He received his medical degree in 1994. From 1994 - 2000, he worked at the department for plastic and reconstructive surgery at the University clinic recht der Isar, at the New York University and in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. After many years of clinical experience, Stefan Gress opened his own practice in 2001 where he specializes on the aesthetic surgery of the face, female breast and female genital surgery. Stefan Gress is an experienced lecture at international conferences and a member of e.g. the American Society of Plastic surgeons (ASPS), the International Society of Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery (ISAPS) and the biggest German Societies DGPRÄC and DGÄPC
International textbook by Stefan Gress,
published by SPRINGER in January 2018.
This work describes his surgical techniques for labiaplasty and labial reconstruction in detail. It contains unique figures and illustrations that depict the precise anatomy of the region, the individual steps of the operations, and optimal results of treatment.Buy Book
Stefan Gress, M.D.
This book provides surgeons with insights into performing aesthetic labiaplasty. After a short introduction on the anatomy
and function of the external female genitals, surgical techniques used for reducing the labia minora as well as procedures
to reshape the labia majora are described in detail. With the help of high quality pictures and illustrations, readers gain
information not only on the surgical procedures themselves, but also on aftercare, risks, complications and the information
patients should receive before surgery. The demand for surgery to enhance the appearance and function of the external
female genital area is increasing throughout the western world. However, to date no guidelines or standards have been
published in a concise book format. Furthermore, this procedure is not yet included in any trainee program for specialist
surgeons. As a consequence, a growing number of cases are unsuccessful, with unpleasing aesthetic and functional results.
This book is a valuable source of information for plastic surgeons and also gynecologists who are interested in learning from
one of the experts in this field.