Vaginal Rejuvenation is a general term that refers the surgical procedures to help tighten and support the vagina and its structures. It is also referred to as vaginoplasty. This surgery is designed to tighten the inside of the vaginal canal and the vaginal opening.
Vaginal Rejuvenation is one of the most common cosmetic gynecology procedure requested by our patients. Women generally seek vaginal rejuvenation to resolve the symptoms related to pelvic relaxation and to enhance or improve sexual function. After childbirth, some women find their vagina doesn’t feel or function the same as before they had children.
The natural process of childbirth and/or aging can result in damage to the vaginal walls and muscles; not only to the back wall, but to the sides, front wall and muscles around the vaginal opening and urethra as well. The result is a relaxed vaginal canal (vaginal relaxation) and/or a large vaginal opening. These women want a solution to rejuvenate and tighten the vagina and achieve improved sexual function . Even women with no children can experience these problems because of aging, hormonal issues, history of smoking, and weight gain or loss.
Vaginal rejuvenation (vaginoplasty), is the modification of a standard gynecological surgical procedure. Our techniques result in gentle precision procedures with controlled accuracy that result in relatively bloodless surgery. For most patients, these techniques result in rapid healing and resumption of daily activities in a relatively short period of time.
Vaginal rejuvenation surgery lasts between one and two hours The length of time depends on the extent of the vaginal relaxation and whether both the top (anterior) and bottom (posterior) vaginal walls/muscles are treated.
No one wants to age or lose optimal function anywhere, and this includes the vaginal and vulvar structures: Vaginal rejuvenation can be a solution. We have found that the vaginal and vulvar issues women are self-conscious about can be addressed with vaginal rejuvenation. Vaginal rejuvenation is not, however, a solution for sexual dysfunction, lack of interest or arousal, or orgasmic inadequacy.