Clitorisplasty - Clitor Cap Lift

There are great variations in the intimate area, and nothing is abnormal. Operating the intimate area only to imitate a desired appearance is not recommended. It is only when it gives you discomfort in terms of hygiene, physical challenges, such as during exercise and especially cycling, tight clothing etc., or injuries that have occurred after birth, as well as psychological and/or intimate conditions (discomfort during intercourse), that you can get help to correct this with a plastic surgeon.

Some people experience a hanging clitoris and/or asymmetry in the folds that surround the clitoris on the sides towards the inner labia. This can be embarrassing, both cosmetically and physically, and can be corrected with the help of a relatively simple intervention. The operation is performed under local anesthetic, possibly with simple sedation. During the operation, the clitoris is lifted, and the scars are hidden inside the folds and are thus invisible. Sometimes the operation is performed in combination with labiaplasty.

It is important to clarify that the clitoris itself is NOT touched during surgery. Only the skin next to and above is reduced. The treatment consists of reducing, or alternatively correcting, the asymmetry.

Pre-Operation preparations

To get optimal results and avoid complications: Avoid stress, stay out of the sun, eat healthily, keep your weight within a normal BMI range, exercise regularly, and refrain from alcohol for 2 days prior to surgery and 2 weeks after surgery. Please refrain from smoking/snoozing for at least 2 weeks before surgery and a minimum of 2 weeks after surgery as smoking can interfere with the result.

Before surgery

You must ensure your personal health on the day of surgery. Please contact us as soon as possible if you are in doubt, as we may have to postpone your surgery therefore saving you a journey to our clinic.

Prior to surgery you will have received a prescription for antibiotics, pain killers and Hibiscrub 40 mg/ml which are all available from your local pharmacy. The day before surgery you must shower using the Hibiscrub and again on the day of the procedure immediately
before surgery. Use a clean towel for drying and put on clean clothes when you leave home and change the sheets on your bed.

YOU MUST NOT EAT ANYTHING 6 HOURS BEFORE SURGERY, but you may drink water and light juice (not milk) and chew gum up to 4 hours prior to your surgery. You may take necessary medication/s with a sip of water on the morning of the operation.

Please decide for an adult friend to pick you up after surgery, as you will not be able to drive or take a cab alone. We also advise you to have a responsible adult person staying with you during the first 24 hours.

Taking medications prior to surgery:

It is very important that you stop using the following medications 2 weeks before surgery: Acetylsalisyre, Albyl, Albyl-E and other medications that cause extended bleeding as Ibux, Alka-Seltzer, Antineuralgica, Asacol, Artrizin Alka, Brufen, Butazolidin Alka, Codacetyl, Confortid, Dispril, Dispril med kodein, Doloxene Forte, Denobid, Felden, Fenylbutazon, Gamaquil Comp, Globentyl, Globoid, Indocin, Kodein-Magnyl, Kodifen, Licyl, Magnyl, Magnyl-Koffein, Mundisal, Napren, Naprosyn, Novid, Novid with koffein, Paraflex Comp., Tanderil, Vitamin E, and Selen, Tricycliske antidepressiva.

We also recommend you omit
Garlic, evening primrose oil, Gingko Bilabo, Aspirin and any drug containing blood thinners.

The above products are known blood thinners therefore not beneficial when you are having surgery.For Marivan we have individual arrangement. Please request this information on your consultation.

Day of Surgery

After a final discussion with your surgeon the planning process will begin. You will be photographed, and markings will be made on your surgical areas. At this stage you will have time and the opportunity to ask any questions that you may have forgotten so that your surgeon can reassure you that he fully understands your goals and expectations.

You will be introduced to your anesthetist (who will be happy to discuss any fears or issues you have regarding your anesthetization). You will also meet your theatre nurse.

The sedation which you are given in your arm is a quick and painless procedure and you will fall asleep very quickly.

You should be ready to go home within 1 hour following surgery and remember to arrange for someone to pick you up. You should have adult company with you for the next 24 hours to assist you with general tasks, so that you can relax and take it relatively easy.

We will provide you with the cell phone numbers to call us should you feel the need, but this is very rare. We just need to reassure you that we are there for you 24 hours a day.

After Surgery

We will require you to come to the clinic for a follow up check. WITH ALL SURGERY THIS IS IMPORTANT AS YOUR SURGEON NEEDS TO SEE HOW YOU ARE SETTLING.

We do not recommend you fly for 48 hours post-surgery. You may feel nauseous and tired in the hours following surgery. It is important to take your painkillers and drink enough fluids.

You may experience dizziness if you get up quickly from a chair or perhaps when you are lying in bed, so be sensible, take it easy and move slowly. This is quite normal following surgery and should pass within a couple of days.

Follow ups will be carried out at the clinic/alternatively through phone or video consultation:

1 day after surgery, after 1-2 weeks, after 3-6 months and finally after 1 year when our guarantee to you is completed.

Bleeding and infection are unusual and if they do occur, they may need to be treated with a small operation and/or an antibiotic.  Asymmetry, incorrectly placed implants, or the formation of hard capsules” capsular contracture” can also occur. If corrections are needed, they will be scheduled free of charge within one year after your surgery. Anesthesia allergy is extremely rare.

If correction is necessary due to complications or unsatisfactory results, this is done free of charge within one year if there is a medical indication and a clear potential for improvement. This is our warranty period.

Heavy physical exercise and strenuous body movement or lifting must not be undertaken for a minimum of 4 weeks following the surgery.

The results will emerge between 3 to 6 months following surgery.

Pick-up and accommodation

If you live some distance from the clinic, we recommend that you spend one night in or near Oslo Plastic Surgery Clinic so that our caring staff are on hand to reassure you should any issue arise, that will cause you concern.

You must agree in advance with a person to pick you up at the clinic approx. 1 hour after the end of the operation, as you cannot drive, take public transport or taxi alone. You should also have someone with you the same day and the first night.

If you live far from the clinic, we recommend that you spend the night in Oslo, either with family / friends or at a hotel.

Hotels near Oslo Plastic Surgery:
-Frogner House Apartments, Bygdøy Allé 53. Website: (We have an agreement with Frogner House Apartments).
-Hotel Gabel’s Hus in Gabel gate 16. Website;

Contact form

If you want to know more or have questions, use the form and we will reply to you within a short time.


Dr. Amin Kalaaji

Dr. Amin Kalaaji, MD, PhD is a board-certified plastic surgeon and head of the clinic at Oslo Plastic Surgery, and president of the Norwegian Association for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (NFEP) 2018-2020.

Dr. Kalaaji has established the Oslo plastic surgery clinic in the Frogner district, central Oslo, in 2002. In 2022, the clinic will celebrate its 20th anniversary.

Dr Kalaaji participates in many meetings and holds lectures and trainings around the world. This benefits all our patients as he is always up to date on the latest and most advanced treatments and surgical techniques. Patient safety, high quality and individual treatment always weigh the most at Oslo Plastic Surgery.

Dr. Kalaaji is trained in plastic surgery in France (Paris) and Sweden, with a doctorate in plastic surgery from Sweden, in bone transplantation for cleft lip and palate. He was previously chief physician at the plastic surgery department at Telemark Central Hospital, and chief physician and acting head of department at the plastic surgery department Ullevål, Oslo University Hospital. He now works at Oslo Plastic Surgery in Oslo and has had clinic responsibility there for over 20 years.

In recent years, his focus has been on aesthetic procedures including breast surgery, fat transplantation to all parts of the body, especially the face, eye, chin, chest, BBL buttock augmentation with own fat and intimate surgery. In addition, correction of inverted nipples is carried out (where he has developed a very special technique that preserves the function of breastfeeding), rhinoplasty and the usual face operations such as facelifts, eyelid surgery and ear surgery. He has also researched the quality of life of patients who have undergone breast surgery such as breast implants, breast lifts with implants, intimate surgery, and rhinoplasty.

Dr. Kalaaji has published several scientific articles and has given over 400 presentations and courses on plastic and aesthetic surgery in the Nordics, Europe, and the world.

Among other things at ASAPS, ISAPS, ISPRES, IMCAS, and at many national and international aesthetic surgery meetings and participates as Faculty in global aesthetic courses for the «International Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery» (ISAPS), in ASAPS (The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery) at a congress in Boston in 2011, which deals with the quality of life of women with breast implants and in New York 2018 with courses in Mommy Makeover in aesthetic surgery and other widespread combined operations, and the importance of choosing combinations. Many works have been published in the Norwegian journal «Kirurgen» in April 2012 and in the prestigious Aesthetic Surgery Journal and PRS (Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery) from 2013 to now.

He has also given lectures and been a guest lecturer in London, Manchester, Berlin, Rome, Paris, Marseille, Tours (France), Helsinki, Linköping, Stockholm, Gothenburg, Karlstad, Uppsala, Tromsø, Lofoten, Oslo, Copenhagen, Marrakech, among others. , Tunis, Aleppo, St. Petersburg, Cape Town, Rio de Janeiro, Miami, Cairo, Beirut, Kota Bharu (Malaysia), Dubrovnik, Coventry, Belgrade, Sarajevo and Kyiv, about breast augmentation with fat transplantation, buttock augmentation with own fat, the clinic’s own operating method regarding inverted nipples that preserve breastfeeding function, rhinoplasty, intimate surgery, and breast lift with implants at high-quality international conferences.

Dr. Kalaaji currently sits on the editorial board of the Journal of Plastic surgery and Hand Surgery, and of the prestigious Aesthetic Surgery Journal in addition to the Acta Chirurgiae Plasticae Editorial board.

Dr. Kalaaji is an active member of the international organization International Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) and was a member of the membership committee of the same organization. ISAPS is a leading organization for experts in cosmetic plastic surgery.

He has also been an active member of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) since 2007 and has since attended this prestigious annual meeting in the USA.

Dr. Kalaaji serves as a member of the International Committee of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) from 2009-2023.
“The time and dedication offered by Dr. Kalaaji to the Society is truly appreciated by the members and by the Board of Directors of the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS),” stated ASAPS President, Dr. Jack Fisher, MD. 2017.

Dr. Kalaaji is also included on the International and Education/Program Committees of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS).

In October 2015 and 2017, 2019, 2021, Dr. Kalaaji chaired the Norwegian American Aesthetic Meeting (NAAM 1,2,3,4) in Oslo. Link:

Dr. Kalaaji was chairman of the board of the Norwegian Association for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (NEFP) 2018-2020, before this he was a board member of the Norwegian Association of Plastic Surgery from 1999-2001 and was elected as a board member of the Norwegian Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (NFEP) 2014-2018. In addition, Dr. Kalaaji is an active member of the Nordic Plastic Surgery Association and the International Society of Plastic Regenerative Surgery.

In July 2017 and 2021, Dr. Kalaaji was elected as National Secretary of ISAPS in Norway for a period of 8 years, and in October 2018, Dr. Kalaaji was unanimously elected to the board of the International Society of Plastic Regenerative Surgery (ISPRES) 2018-2020 and is acting chairman of the membership committee in ISPRES (2020-2022)

Dr. Kalaaji was recently elected in June 2022 as the Assistant Chair of National Secretaries for all ISAPS National Secretaries, 2022-2024.

He has just published as editor-in-chief a book in two volumes: Plastic and aesthetic regenerative surgery and fat transplantation. Clinical application and operative techniques. This book—with its 117 chapters, approximately 2,000 pages, 1,625 educational figures, and 131 video clips—proudly represents the knowledge and expertise of 242 authors, including 72 female colleagues, from 31 countries and 5 continents.

These engagements and the roles Dr Kalaaji participate in mean that we are always up to date in the latest treatments, patient safety and surgical techniques.


Oslo Plastikkirurgi answers here frequently asked questions, and we hope that this will give you good information. We want to be helpful in the process before an operation. If you have more questions, just write or call us.

Indications to undergo an operation can be excess skin on the clitoral cap which can be challenging in terms of hygiene, physically such as when cycling, training, clothing etc., the cap gets pinched during intercourse, reduced sensibility in the clitoris, as well as psychological and/or intimate conditions that you can get help to correct this surgically.

Normally, you can exercise carefully after 4 weeks.

You can work normally after 1-2 days if you do not have hard physical work. Consult your doctor about this at the consultation just in case.

All patients must have a consultation before the operation. The consultation is conducted by our experienced plastic surgeon who will confer with you and your medical condition and motivation for surgery. An examination is then performed, and the surgeon assesses a possible operation.

If you are suitable for the procedure, you will receive information about the procedure, precautions for the time before and after the procedure, and you will receive answers to your questions.

In a consultation you get a prescription for antibiotics, possibly painkillers and Hibiscrub solution 40 mg / ml which you can buy at the pharmacy.

You must be healthy on the day of surgery. If you are in doubt about whether you have a cold or the like, you must contact us. The operation is not performed when you have the flu and / or fever or cough or other infection in the body. Our staff will receive you and together complete you for the operation, the surgeon looks at you before the procedure and draws up the planned procedure, as well as answers your questions. Anesthesia staff also come to greet you and answer your questions. After the operation, you will be served food and plenty of drinks in the form of bread, yoghurt, and juice (tell us if you want another diet / have allergies).

In Norway, it is not allowed to show before and after pictures from cosmetic procedures during marketing or on the clinic’s website. However, we can show great pictures from previous patients when you come for a consultation with the surgeon. This can be very helpful when choosing the shape and size of the implant, and it can make it easier for you to imagine a result. We do not send photos.

We have a 1-year warranty. If correction is necessary due to complications or unsatisfactory results, this is done free of charge within one year if there is a medical indication and a clear potential for improvement. This is our one-year warranty agreement.

The operation does not provide grounds for sick leave, but we can issue a doctor’s note/certificate for the time you are at the clinic.

Patients undergoing surgery are given sedation to fall into a light sleep during surgery, with the patient breathing on their own. In addition to local anesthesia where the procedure takes place. Then you will not experience pain during the operation.

An intervention causes mild pain over a short period. Many describe the pain as mild soreness. You will receive pain-relieving tablets to take home with you, and you will have a manageable course after surgery.

During surgery where the clitoral cap is reduced, one is usually placed at the edge and it becomes almost invisible.


Many patients take approx. a week off from work. This is because it is a little sore, and because there is a bandage/bandage that needs to be changed. In addition, it is important to take it easy to avoid bleeding or other complications. You can normally start using tampons, exercise and have intercourse after approx. six weeks.

You will receive a detailed description of wound care and hygiene measures after the operation, as well as a prescription for antibiotics in advance and by careful cleaning with a hand shower you avoid complications after the operation.

It may feel painful after the operation, and you will therefore find it painful to sit on hard surfaces for the first few days.

It may feel painful after the operation, and you may therefore find it uncomfortable to move a lot. Many will prefer to take it easy right after an operation.

The operation takes about 1 hour, depending on what is being operated on. If you are going to undergo several interventions, it will take longer.

After the procedure, you will lie in our postoperative room until you wake up. Here you will be able to lie until you feel well enough to go home. You will be served something to eat and drink. Most stay here for around an hour.

Normally it takes approx. six weeks before you can have intercourse again.

The risk of intimate surgery is, as with all other surgery, bleeding, bruising and infection in addition to reduced sensitivity in the scar. Some have also reported pain/discomfort in the scar for quite some time after the operation. You will receive information about the procedure, risks and expected results during the consultation.

1. For the first 48 hours, it is very important to keep the area dry and clean. Do not shower, and when you urinate you can use a soft cloth/cotton to push very lightly upwards 2-3 times. Remember to wipe from front to back, so that bacteria from the rectum does not come against the sutures. Remember not to wear tight pants or panties, and ‘air’ the abdomen as much as you can in the first few weeks.

2. In some cases, the surgeon advises if you must use Jelonet and Q-tips to lubricate, and remove any smegma that forms in the folds, to keep the area clean.

3. On day 3, you can start washing yourself once a day. It is then important not to let the shower stand directly against the abdomen, but that you let the water run down from the pubis/lower abdomen. Do not use soap, but only lukewarm water. You can use Hibiscrub if you wish. Don’t be afraid to touch between the folds and wash well but do so with a light hand and don’t try to remove sutures/wounds with your fingers.