Vaginal Rejuvenation Surgery

Gynecologic treatment can bring comfort, confidence, and overall less pain. Throughout the last decade, an increase in vaginal rejuvenation procedures has been occurring as a one-for-all solution to issues such as laxity, stress incontinence, and vaginal dryness. Whether cosmetic or medical, enhancing the appearance of the vagina is a vital part of women’s health, especially during their post-menopausal and postpartum stages. Vaginal rejuvenation is a collection of procedures made for you to help improve your sense of womanhood, well-being, and sexuality.

What is Vaginal Rejuvenation?

Vaginal rejuvenation is a broad term used to describe any procedure meant to enhance and change the way the vagina looks, feels, and functions. Vaginal corrective procedures change the anatomy of the vagina in the most intricate ways, altering its internal and external structures. It is often described as a treatment plan that promises great value, such as vaginal tightness, halting incontinence, removing vaginal dryness, and even better orgasms.

Vaginal rejuvenation procedures work to improve your most intimate parts’ physical appearance and feel to help alleviate sensations of pain or discomfort. These procedures include:

  • Labiaplasty: Also known as vulva surgery, this procedure alters the labia majora or labia minora, the folds of skin surrounding the vaginal opening. Often, this procedure is used to change the size or length of these skin folds and is considered an external procedure. Some of the risks associated with this procedure include vaginal dryness, scarring, and pain during intercourse.
  • Clitoral Hood Reduction: Also known as a clitoral hoodectomy, this cosmetic procedure reduces the size of the clitoral hood or the flap of skin surrounding the glans clitoris. Often done for cosmetic reasons, removing the extra fold of skin can help balance the vagina’s aesthetic appearance. Some of the risks associated with a clitoral hood reduction include infection, bleeding, and hematoma.
  • Labia Majoraplasty: Focusing on the labia majora, or the outer fold of the skin surrounding the vaginal opening, this procedure is used for those who have that fold of skin loose and puffy, causing difficulties with certain activities. Offering a smaller, tighter labia majora, it creates a lower profile with an improved appearance.
  • Monsplasty: The mons pubis, the upper part of the vulva containing hair, can be reduced, creating a lower profile and reduce the amount of fatty tissue and skin. Some of the risks associated with this procedure include bleeding, hematoma, and scarring.
  • Vaginoplasty: Also known as a posterior colporrhaphy, tightens the vaginal wall by bringing the muscles together and removing the extra mucosa skin along the backside of the vagina. For women postpartum, this procedure can correct laxity problems and improve sexual experience. Some risks associated with vaginoplasty include soreness, infection, bleeding, pain, and other rare complications.

The Benefits of Vaginal Rejuvenation Treatment

Physical issues with the vaginal can also lead to urinary incontinence and vaginal dryness, often causing psychological distress. Forms of sexual dysfunction can have a massive impact on confidence and self-image. These procedures can correct these problems for women who have just given birth or have gone into post-menopause, altering the effects that hormones can cause to the connective tissues and muscles.

A vaginal rejuvenation treatment can be an excellent way to avoid pain, embarrassment and resolve valid issues with women’s health. For more information about our procedures, please arrange an appointment with our surgeons today.

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