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The so-called Vagina Whisperer, Dr Amir Marashi, sits in a swivel chair with a wall of white, porcelain plaster-cast vaginas behind him.  
In front of him: half a dozen pink-flesh-colored plastic 'medical' models scattered across his desk, a model of a uterus, and a $400 pink suede box of white roses. 
For patients coming into his small but storied Brooklyn Heights clinic for a consultation, it's like a 'look book' that you would flip through in a hair salon.
According to the latest figures available from the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the number of US women getting vaginoplasties - specifically, those that shorten the lips of the vagina - has soared more than 217 percent over the last five years.
In 2012, about 3,400 women underwent the procedure. By 2017, the latest data available, that figure rose to more than 10,700.  
Dr Marashi, a gynecologist and minimally invasive surgeon from Iran, earned a reputation for 광주 성형외과 his skill with repairing and tweaking vaginas during his stint with a non-profit in Haiti in 2010 after the devastating earthquak
p>Now back in New York, he sees hundreds of patients a year of all ages, some to fix botched procedures or mutilations, some for a 'tighter look,' some to fix naturally oversized and uncomfortable vulvar lip
p>DailyMail.com went behind the scenes of one of his procedures with one of his more typical cases: an 18-year-old college student coming in for a cosmetic lif
p> New York-based gynecologist Dr Amir Marashi (pictured) took DailyMail.com behind the scenes of one of the several labiaplasties he performs every year New York-based gynecologist Dr Amir Marashi (pictured) took DailyMail.com behind the scenes of one of the several labiaplasties he performs every ye
p> Figures show more than 10,700 women undergo the surgery in the US annually - a more than 200 percent increase from 2012. Pictured: Dr Marashi's office Figures show more than 10,700 women undergo the surgery in the US annually - a more than 200 percent increase from 2012. Pictured: Dr Marashi's office
p>Nicole (who asked that we not use her last name) said she wanted the procedure more for appearance than anything els
p>'Over the years, I found things [felt] wrong,' she told DailyMail.com before her operation at the Brooklyn Gynecology Surgery Center, where Dr Marashi performs all of his surgeries, 20 minutes from his offic
p>'[The labia] would get stuck in lace underwear, it would just be in the way or I'd have to move it over all the time and it was just ridiculous
p>The length of the inner lips of her vagina made her too uncomfortable to have sex or even have a boyfrien
p>About four years ago, at 14, Nicole discovered the labiaplasty procedure while doing research onlin
p>'I was a little scared then. I didn't want to do it. I was like: "Eh, whatever, it's not that necessary",' she said. 'Then it started bothering me again.'
p>In the summer of 2017, Nicole visited her gynecologist, who recommended her to Dr Marash
p> RELATED ARTICLES Share this article Share Dr Marashi (pictured) says he performs about 200 vaginal surgeries a year - both for cosmetic and functional purposes. It's about a 900 percent increase from the 20 he did in 2011 Dr Marashi (pictured) says he performs about 200 vaginal surgeries a year - both for cosmetic and functional purposes. It's about a 900 percent increase from the 20 he did in 20
p> One his patients, Nicole, an 18-year-college student told DailyMail.com that she had the procedure because her enlarged labia made her too uncomfortable to have a boyfriend or even have sex. Pictured: A vaginal mold in Dr Marashi's office One his patients, Nicole, an 18-year-college student told DailyMail.com that she had the procedure because her enlarged labia made her too uncomfortable to have a boyfriend or even have sex. Pictured: A vaginal mold in Dr Marashi's office
p>Trained a gynecologist at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital, Dr Marashi knew he wanted to perform vaginoplasties, but didn't realize he would specialize i
p>'I knew it was going to be a part of my practice. I didn't know it was going to be most of my practice.'
p>Dr Marashi's work in this field began while he was in Haiti in 2010, with the legions of other volunteer medics who had flown to the island 광주 성형외과 to provide free c
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