Clitoral Unhooding / Hoodectomy
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Clitoral unhooding, also known as clitoral hoodectomy, is a surgical procedure that involves removing or reducing the hood of skin that covers the clitoral glans, the sensitive tip of the clitoris. The procedure is performed for both functional and cosmetic reasons, with the goal of improving sexual sensation and appearance.
Clitoral unhooding can be performed using various surgical techniques, including excision of the clitoral hood or reduction of the hood's size. The specific technique used will depend on the individual patient's anatomy and the surgeon's expertise.