Vaginoplasty: also called Vaginal Rejuvenation is a surgical procedure designed to tighten lax muscles and tissues and remove excess vaginal skin to narrow the diameter of the vagina resulting in a smaller and tighter opening and vaginal canal. The tightening is done to the entire length of the vagina and not merely the opening, and aims to restore the vulva and vagina to their original youthful heathy state, enhance appearance, function, as well as sexual gratification.
While most pelvic surgeries are reconstructive, cosmetic techniques are deployed by the competent surgeon to provide the desired aesthetic outcome.
After multiple births, the vaginal muscles and pelvic ligaments become stretched out, relaxed, have poor tone, strength and support. The vagina becomes wide, and the perineum weak, as a result the vagina is no longer at its optimum anatomical and physiological state, and sexual gratification is diminished.
Previous vaginal surgery, chronic cough, constipation, obesity, menopause and aging also contribute to vaginal support weakness, relaxation, and prolapse. This can also happen to women who have not delivered, but have weak pelvic ligaments and supporting tissue.
This vaginal relaxation gradually worsens, and in later years may cause the pelvic organs to fall, leading to uterine prolapse, vaginal prolapse, bladder prolapse (cystocele), rectal prolapse (rectocele), bowel prolapse (enterocele) with urinary, and fecal incontinence.
Many women suffer unnecessarily from vaginal relaxation, feel wide, unsatisfied, and complain together with their partner. Vaginal relaxation can be reversed, and the vagina rejuvenated by a vaginoplasty procedure.
Vaginoplasty (vaginal tightening) will effectively reconstruct and restore the vagina to its original youthful healthy state.
A full depth multilayer surgical repair technique with exceptional precision, is deployed to the entire length of the vaginal canal; to repair pelvic floor muscle defects, shorten lax ligaments, tighten vaginal tissue and build up the perineal body. Thus decreasing the width of the whole vaginal canal and inlet and assuring long lasting results.
Urinary incontinence: a common condition associated with vaginal relaxation, can also be corrected at the same sitting of a vaginoplasty.
Perineoplasty: repairs the torn muscles, and anal sphincter in the perineum that is damaged during childbirth, to help regain wind and bowel control, and build up the perineum. It enhances vaginal tightening, and provides a youthful looking vulva; perineoplasty is usually done with a vaginoplasty procedure to assure better results.
Vulvo-Vaginal Atrophy treatment: a common condition in post-menopausal women suffering from vaginal dryness, decreased lubrication, painful intercourse, and loss of sexual desire. Fractional laser or RF therapy along with PRP or growth factors can help restore vaginal integrity and lubrication to those women who are estrogen deprived due to menopause without the side effects of estrogen therapy.
PRP – Vaginal Rejuvenation: Platelet Rich Plasma injection in the vaginal wall at certain sites, increases growth factors, vaginal tissue vitality, and stimulates stem cells; which increases wall thickness, cellular structure, lubrication, and enhances sexual desire and orgasmic function.
Vaginoplasty & Labiaplasty: are among the most requested cosmetic gynecology procedures nowadays. Surgery is sometimes needed to cosmetically enhance the vulva structures, and restore its normal anatomic and physiological function; i.e. the vagina, labia minora, labia majora, clitoris, mons pubis, and perineum.
Our experience with cosmetic and reconstructive vaginal surgery techniques allows us to honestly advise you after your consultation and examination, of your need for such surgeries, and explain to you the different types of procedures, their risks, benefits, and all other alternative treatments.
Vaginoplasty revision surgery: Some previous vaginoplasty patients, performed by other doctors, come to us reporting painful intercourse, tightening only of the vaginal entry, lack of deep tightening, and recurrence of looseness. The number continues to rise as more revisions, and re-tightenings are asked for at our clinic, giving us more attempts at repairing improperly done or aesthetically displeasing surgeries.
A surgeon perfoming labiaplasty and vaginoplasty surgery should be properly and completely trained before attempting these intricate surgeries.