Vaginal rejuvenation has been a hot topic among women for the last several years, but many women are not really informed about what it is or how it can help you. Vaginal rejuvenation often refers to more than one procedure. In fact, vaginal rejuvenation can refer to any procedure that affects the vagina, vulva, inner and outer labia, or clitoral hood, or a combination of any of these procedures. Here are the three most common vaginal rejuvenation procedures among women.
Vaginal tightening is the most common type of vaginal rejuvenation. The muscles of the vagina can become weak with age or childbirth. Vaginal tightening can be done either surgically or with radiofrequency technology. Surgical vaginal tightening should wait until you are certain you will not have any more children. Vaginal tightening can improve your sexual health, but it can also help with issues such as stress urinary incontinence that can arise after childbirth.
A majoraplasty is a surgical procedure that changes the shape and size of the outer labia. The outer labia can sag or become stretched over time, especially after multiple births or after weight loss. The outer labia can be reshaped and rejuvenated to be more aesthetically pleasing.
Labiaplasty is the surgical procedure that changes the shape and look of the inner or minor labia. The inner labia can become stretched as well, and this can cause many issues aside from aesthetic. Often when the inner labia are stretched, it can cause considerable discomfort with certain clothing.
If you are interested in vaginal rejuvenation for aesthetic or other reasons, contact us today for more information or to schedule your initial consultation.