Clitoral aesthetics refers to surgical procedures performed to improve the appearance or function of the clitoral region. The clitoris is an important sexual organ that contributes to sexual arousal and orgasm in women.

Clitoral aesthetic procedures aim to change the size, symmetry, or position of the clitoral glans or hood. These procedures are sometimes chosen in cases where the clitoris is larger than normal, a condition known as hypertrophic clitoris or clitoromegaly, or due to other aesthetic or functional concerns.

Among the procedures included in clitoral aesthetics are clitoral glans reduction, clitoral hood reduction, or clitoral frenuloplasty. These procedures are typically performed under local anesthesia and take a few hours. The recovery period usually ranges from 2 to 4 weeks, during which the patient should rest, keep the area clean, and adhere to proper hygiene practices.