Often women will have concerns about the appearance or function of their vaginal area but may not know there is something that can be done, or they may be too embarrassed to talk to their doctor about their concerns. Read on to learn more about the surgical and non-surgical options for vaginal rejuvenation and why it may be right for you.
Women of all ages can benefit from vaginal rejuvenation. If you’ve had children, suffer from urinary incontinence, have pain or reduced sensitivity during intercourse, experience vaginal dryness or are unhappy with the appearance of the volva or labia, then you would be a good candidate for vaginal rejuvenation.
Some of the most common procedures for vaginal rejuvenation include labiaplasty, labia majora reshaping, labial reshaping, clitoroplasty, mons pubis reduction, hymenoplasty and ThermiVA non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation.
Labiaplasty consists of removing excess tissue or creating a more balanced look to the labia. Often this is an aesthetic and functional problem for women.
Age and childbearing can lead to decreased volume in the labia majora. Injections such as Juvederm or Sculptra can give this area a more attractive appearance, but liposuction or VASER Liposelection can offer more permanent results.
Clitoroplasty consists of removing and reshaping the skin over the opening of the clitoris. Loose skin on the clitoral hood is often caused by aging and childbearing and can affect stimulation during sexual intercourse.
Mons pubis reduction consists of removing excess skin and fat from the mons pubis area, which can enlarge with aging and weight gain.
Hymenoplasty, or revirgination, is performed with total discretion as it is often done due to cultural pressures and expectations in anticipation of marriage.
ThermiVa is a non-surgical treatment that tightens loose vaginal skin and tightens and rejuvenates the genital area to improve its appearance.
If you are interested in learning more about vaginal rejuvenation and the surgical and non-surgical treatment options, call our office at 202-785-4187 to schedule a consultation.