Many cosmetic procedures deal with the structure of certain areas of the body and help to improve not just the look and feel of those areas, but also how well they work.
Candidates for Vaginal Rejuvenation
Whether you are looking to eliminate pain and discomfort; correct damage caused by childbirth or disease; address structural issues,; increase sexual satisfaction; or just improve the look and feel of your body, there are surgical and laser techniques available to help you look and feel your best.
The procedures available for Vaginal Rejuvenation are as unique as the women seeking a solution. Options include reshaping or reducing the outward appearance of the vagina; reducing the size of the clitoral hood to increase sexual pleasure; tightening of the vaginal wall and the muscles of the perineum; reconnecting the skin membrane that once partially covered the opening to the vagina; fat grafting to the labia for a more youthful appearance; removing unwanted fat from the pubic mound and the outer lips; and injecting collagen directly into the G-spot, to enhance sexual pleasure.
Childbirth, hormones, aging, disease, fluctuations in weight and genetics can contribute to enlargement, irritation, and stretched muscles in the vaginal area – conditions which interfere with physical activity, sexual satisfaction, and a positive self image.
- Consultation with Dr. Leif Rogers
- Create a customized surgical plan
- Take pre-op photos
- Meet with our Practice Manager, Robin Chamberlain
- Schedule surgery with our Surgical Coordinator
- Obtain surgical clearance from your family doctor
- Return to the office for a pre-op before Surgery
- Have surgery
- Return to the office within one week of surgery for your post op visit
The downtime following surgical Vaginal Rejuvenation is fairly minimal. Patients are typically up and about engaging in light activity withing 1-2 days. Loose clothing and undergarments will need to be worn to avoid any pressure or irritation around the incision area. You can return to work and your daily routine after 3-4 days. Patients will, however, need to avoid all activities engaging the pelvic area for at least 6 weeks. This includes activities like intercourse, bike riding, horseback riding, etc.