Surgical Vaginal Rejuvenation

Labiaplasty

Many women are unhappy with the way their vagina looks and feels after childbirth or aging. The decision to make surgical changes is made in cases of extreme discomfort or unsatisfying appearances.  Reducing the labia majora and labia minora can help women who want a more aesthetic appearance in tight clothing or while nude. Some patients even seek relief from irritation or yeast infections caused by excess labia majora tissue rubbing against the inner thighs. Enlarged or asymmetrical labia minora can cause discomfort in tight clothing or even intercourse. Women may even find themselves embarrassed during intercourse because of the visual aesthetic of the enlarged labia minora. In the initial consultation, your doctor will perform a preoperative exam with careful measurements to determine how much tissue to remove during the labiaplasty procedure. Choosing an experienced doctor with attention to detail is a key factor in a quick recovery with limited pain. Increase your self-confidence while staying youthful in your appearance and day-to-day activities.

FAQs

This procedure involves the removal of tissue from the inner parts of the labia majora. The doctor will make an incision between the labia minora and labia majora to reduce the excess tissue. It is common for patients to resume working in 2-4 days. Exercise may resume between 2-4 weeks and intercourse between 4-6 weeks.

Some women experience a visually deflated labia majora. Fat transfer or fillers can resolve this issue, or THERMIva can smooth and tighten the tissue without surgery with little downtime. Repeat this procedure yearly for long-term results.

Our doctors complete this procedure in the office using numbing cream and local anesthetic. Most patients take a few days off of work and wait 4-6 weeks to begin intercourse. There is a risk for hypersensitivity because of this procedure, which is often temporary. Risk of decreased sensitivity is even more rare.

Most patients have no scarring after 3 months. 

Clitoris Hood Reduction

The loose skin on the top or sides of the clitoris may change the comfort, self-esteem, or sexual satisfaction of a woman. Clitoral hood reduction surgery directly addresses this issue. It is rare to lose the sensation in the clitoris after the doctor completes this surgery. Choosing an expert and trained professional is a key factor in the safety of this procedure.

FAQs

The doctor performs this procedure in office under local anesthesia. The excess tissue of the clitoris is removed and repaired with sutures or stitches. Patients often take 4-5 days off of work and wait to resume sex for 4-6 weeks.

Excess width: Our doctors can reduce the sides of the clitoral hood in this procedure or while performing a labiaplasty procedure.

Overlapping the clitoris: Our doctors can excise skin horizontally to shorten the hood.

Thick and protruding hood: Our doctors can thin the excess tissue.

A clitoropexy (clitoral repositioning): Your doctor can make an incision on the lower clitoral hood to reposition the clitoris. This procedure does not affect the clitoris, and there is no risk for decreased sensation.

Urethra

Incontinence (leaking urine) is common for women after childbirth or increased age. Surgery may be necessary to improve symptoms of severe leaking or a low bladder, referred to as prolapse. 

In cases less severe, THERMIva, a nonsurgical treatment, can treat these issues.

FAQs

It is common for patients to experience little to no discomfort. Only 2-4 days of light restrictions are necessary. For complete results, the patient must repeat this treatment every 4 weeks for three sessions and book maintenance sessions yearly.

Vaginal Tightening

After childbirth and aging, many women experience a decrease in vaginal tightness and an increase in vaginal dryness or irritation. These issues can cause displeasure during intercourse for both partners. Surgical tightening is the most effective solution for extreme cases of vaginal stretching.

FAQs

Surgical tightening is performed under general anesthesia. The doctor removes the vagina’s excess lining, tightens the muscles with sutures, and sews the lining together. The patient must avoid intercourse and heavy lifting for up to 8 weeks after the procedure.

  • A woman with stretched or relaxed vaginal structures
  • Sexual activity and exercise cause soreness
  • Childbirth reduced sensitivity during sex
  • A woman hoping to improve the aesthetic appearance of her vagina

The Perineum

Some women may experience muscle weakness in the perineum, which is the muscle group that engages in ‘kegals’, while others notice a visual change in appearance after childbirth. Removing the excess skin around the area allows the visual appearance to improve. Women with muscle weakness will benefit from surgical procedure to tighten the area.

FAQs

The downtime for perineum tightening is only 2-4 days of light restrictions. The downtime for removal of excess perineal skin can be much longer.

Pubic Area (The Mons)

Many women find themselves concerned about the appearance of the area over your pubic bone. Extra fat can be found in this area, causing some women to be displeased with the way they look. Liposuction can reduce the excess fat in this area. 

If patients experience excess skin in this area from extreme weight loss, pregnancy, or other factors, liposuction can also help.

FAQs

The doctors complete this procedure in the office. The incisions are ½ inch and can be hidden below underwear. Downtime is minimal, and patients should limit exercise to light activity for 2 weeks.

EXAMPLES OF TREATMENT

SURGICAL VAGINAL REJUVENATION
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