Vagnial restoration | vaginal rejuvenation
Vagnial rejuvenation covers cosmetic treatments for females, namely labiaplasty and vaginoplasty.
Why vaginal restoration?
From tightening treatments to incontinence correction, vaginal rejuvenation or vaginal reconstruction treatments can benefit women in various ways – not only aesthetically but also in terms of health.
94% of all patients say “it’s worth it”. Patients seeking vaginal rejuvenation options are often dissatisfied with the cosmetic appearance or sexual function of what is considered both normal or abnormal female anatomy. For many, vaginal reconstruction treatment offers relief from symptoms that affect the normal function of the genitalia, especially after pregnancy, childbirth, and aging, and sometimes from physical trauma to the genital area or a genetic deformity.
What types of surgery are possible in 2021?
There are many different kinds of vaginal rejuvenation procedures in existence today. While labiaplasty and vaginoplasty are perhaps the most well-known procedures in the country and are minimally invasive.
Who is suitable for the vaginal rejuventation surgery?
In general, ideal candidates for any type of invasive or non-invasive vaginal reconstruction procedures are in good health and have a realistic, positive mindset about the surgery or procedure they are interested in having. Patients should discuss the risks and complications of vaginal rejuvenation procedures with their plastic surgeon. They should also understand the potential benefits of the surgery or procedure and have a realistic expectation of the kind of results they can hope to achieve.
Vaginal restoration procedures are not designed for patients seeking to treat psychosexual dysfunctions, such as the inability to have an orgasm during sex or low libido. While many of these procedures can increase and intensify sexual pleasure and make sexual intercourse more enjoyable, they cannot cure hormonal imbalances or other symptoms that might be causing a low sex drive.
Benefits of vaginal rejuvenation
Vaginal reconstruction procedures are said to reverse these detrimental physiological changes of the vaginal canal, vaginal wall, perineum, and the pelvic floor, and to enhance or correct the physical appearance of an abnormal, deformed, or injured vaginal area.
These reconstructive surgeries and treatments are designed to target problem areas like lax muscles, or hanging, unattractive, excess skin from the labial areas. Tighter vaginal muscles can enhance sexual pleasure and restore moisture, reduce incontinence and bladder control issues, and also improve the appearance of the vagina. These benefits can greatly improve the quality of a woman’s physical, emotional, and sexual health.
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Additional information about vaginal rejuvenation
Vaginal Rejuvenation is increasing in popularity as the issues after childbirth can affect a woman’s sense of well-being and sexuality. Studies say that around 40% of women have psychological distress from sexual dysfunction, and because of this, many are opting for Vaginal reconstruction. There isn’t one single way for this. There are injections, creams, surgical, and non-surgical procedures to manage this.
Vaginal Rejuvenation can consist of several procedures – female genital plastic surgery, genital rejuvenation surgery, designer vagina surgery, and vulvovaginal plastic surgery are some of the surgical procedures used. Female genital plastic surgery procedures include – clitoral hood reduction, monsplasty, labiaplasty, vaginoplasty, and labia majoraplasty.
Why women desire Vaginal Rejuvenation?
The vagina is an elastic muscle, and it can expand due to two reasons – childbirth and age. The vagina expands in childbirth for obvious reasons, as a woman needs to push out the baby. But with age, there are changes in hormones that reduce the strength of the muscle and the surrounding connective tissues. As such, the vagina wall may lose elasticity. The vaginal walls can become thin due to a lack of estrogen, making one feel a change in diameter. This is known as vaginal atrophy. This loose feeling makes women want to go back, and here is where vaginal reconstruction / vaginal restoration comes in.
Women may seek vaginal rejuvenation either for cosmetic reasons or to have a better quality of life and sexual intercourse. Many have experienced stress urinary incontinence post-childbirth, and hence vaginal rejuvenation can help them with this. If a woman seeks this for cosmetic reasons, then its important to think of the reasons they want it before going forward.
Many women prefer vaginal rejuvenation but are not ready to go under the knife. In such cases, doctors may examine your internal vaginal cavity walls and diameter. They can recommend you to go for laser treatments that do not require any surgery or recovery time
It is an office-based procedure that your doctor will perform on you taking around 30 to 60 minutes. It requires no anesthesia and is a painless procedure.
Your doctor or qualified medical practitioner will use a laser probe that emits micro-lesions that get attached to the walls of the vagina. These are monitored and controlled radio frequency that helps build new collagen cells and tighten muscle tissue. They tend to merge with the vaginal mucosa and genital tissues. The process is painless but feels a little warm as the procedure is happening. It increases blood flow to the vagina, creates more lubrication and sensitivity.
For Women using a laser can result in a noticeable difference in the tightness of your vaginal walls. In order to achieve this, the doctor may recommend more than one treatment, based on examination of before and after treatments. In general the initial work can take 3 to 5 sessions, with a annual refresher session every year.
The latest development in pelvic floor surgery is vaginal rejuvenation surgery. This can mean various things to different people. For me as a pelvic floor surgeon, it is part of the treatment for pelvic floor dysfunction. If the pelvic floor is damaged by childbirth and further weakened by hormonal changes and gravity, vaginal rejuvenation surgery may be necessary. To correct prolapse and incontinence, the overall condition of the vaginal support structures should be assessed and corrected. As a result, the anatomy of the vagina often returns to a more normal state, the vaginal opening narrows and the space between the vaginal and rectal opening is restored. This helps to heal the vaginal opening caused by childbirth.
It is a surgical procedure that is done under local anesthesia. Its purpose is to tighten up the loose vaginal muscles. This happens as a result of one or more vaginal deliveries. The procedure increases sensitivity during sexual intercourse and revitalizes the couple’s bond.
Sometimes the labia majora needs to be filled up to get it back into its full shape and provide the firmness it needs. This surgical process involves extracting fat from another part of the body, preferably thighs, and filling the labia majora to give it the elasticity it deserves.
Labiaplasty is the process of trimming down excess skin and muscle tissue of labia minora and bringing this to the level of labia majora. Discomfort in sexual intercourse and daily exercise could be difficult and require labiaplasty. The surgery makes the skin and muscles of the female genital parts firm and smooth. It is a day’s procedure that requires local anesthesia and six weeks of recovery.