Vaginal rejuvenation is a broad term used to describe several treatments that are designed to improve the appearance or function of the vagina. The structure of the vagina changes throughout life, particularly with puberty, pregnancy and menopause. The natural ageing process can significantly affect the tightness of the vagina due to hormonal fluctuations. Vaginal rejuvenation treatment is a highly effective method to address several issues, including a loose vagina and sexual dysfunction caused by pain during intercourse. Women can develop a significant boost in self-confidence and an improvement in emotional well-being. Deciding which vaginal rejuvenation procedure is best for you can be determined by having an in-person consultation with one of our expert gynaecologists here at Centre for Surgery in London.
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Can labiaplasty get rid of discomfort when wearing certain types of clothing?
Many women often develop significant pain when wearing certain types of tight clothing due to excessively large labia. Labial hypertrophy can be a significant source of distress for many women. Depending on the type of labia enlargement, the excess labial tissue protrudes excessively and the obvious in certain types of clothing. In other cases, labial hypertrophy can result in significant asymmetry in the labia with pain during sexual intercourse. For women experiencing the symptoms, labiaplasty may be the ideal treatment. Labiaplasty is designed to reshape and reduce the labia minora and/or the labia majora. There are several different techniques for performing labiaplasty surgery, including laser labiaplasty, which helps to reduce bruising and swelling and speed up recovery after surgery. Labiaplasty can truly transform women’s lives with complete relief of discomfort and a significant boost in self-confidence due to the ability to wear an unrestricted range of clothing.
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Can vaginal tightening treat a loose vagina?
The vagina is a highly elastic structure and is highly resilient even after childbirth. However, certain events, including multiple childbirths and the natural ageing process, can cause the vagina to lose its natural elasticity. Most causes of vaginal looseness are due to medical causes and are not related to excessive sexual intercourse. Pelvic floor damage, menopause, or a traumatic vaginal delivery may all cause women to experience a feeling of vaginal looseness.
Vaginal tightening surgery is a highly effective method of surgical vaginal rejuvenation that is designed to tighten loose vaginal tissue and reconstruct a damaged pelvic floor. The extent of surgical correction required all depends on the underlying problem. Once you have had a detailed physical examination, your surgeon will provide customised recommendations on the best method of vaginal tightening to improve sexual sensation, reduce vaginal looseness and improve vaginal lubrication.
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Can perineoplasty repair a wide vaginal opening?
Vaginal childbirth is, in the vast majority of cases, a significant source of joy for new mothers. In a small number of cases, a traumatic vaginal delivery can cause extensive damage and result in pain in the area of the vagina and perineum. Some women may develop uncontrolled vaginal tearing during difficult vaginal childbirth and may require operative intervention to repair the damage. If the vagina develops significant stretching during the delivery of a baby, the perineum may undergo a partial or complete tear. The perineum is the area located between the vaginal opening and the anus. The perineum is an important area as it contains several important supporting muscles and connective tissues that help to support the size and structure of the vagina. Perineal tears can result in a loose vagina, increased incidence of infection, excessive vaginal discharge, feeling of excessive pressure in the vagina or problems with bowel continence.
Our surgeons are experienced in performing a perineoplasty to repair damaged perineum. Perineoplasty is a highly effective vaginal rejuvenation procedure to reconstruct the perineal muscles and connective tissues, which helps improve the appearance of the vaginal opening, improve vaginal function, and optimise sensation.
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Can labia puffing improve thin labia majora?
With age, women may develop a loss of volume in the labia majora. Hormonal changes during pregnancy can also cause the labia majora, which are the outer lips of the vulva, to become deflated and loose. Flattened labia majora may cause the inner labia menorah to appear more prominent. Sagging tissue can also contribute to other problems in the labial area, including an increased incidence of infections due to excess skin rubbing together. Healthy labia majora naturally have a plumper appearance. Thin labia majora reduce the natural cushioning effect and may result in pain during sexual intercourse. Some women may find certain physical activities like riding a bike or horse may cause discomfort.
Labia puffing, also known as a labia puff, is an excellent treatment to enhance the volume of the labia majora. This procedure involves the injection of either hyaluronic acid-based filler or fat transfer to plump out the labia majora. It is a commonly requested vaginal rejuvenation procedure and is designed to improve the appearance of the labia majora and relieve discomfort.
Why choose Centre for Surgery for vaginal rejuvenation?
There are several highly effective vaginal rejuvenation procedures that can improve both appearance and function of the vagina. Whether women are looking to achieve a more youthful appearance, improve sexual satisfaction, or relieve pain and discomfort, they can be assured of receiving the highest level of medical care at our state-of-the-art Baker Street clinic in Marylebone. Dr Dimitriadi has many years of experience in vaginal rejuvenation and is available to discuss your needs and desires and help you decide which vaginal rejuvenation procedure is best for you. Call us on 020 7993 4849 to schedule an in-person consultation and start your patient journey with Centre for Surgery today.