Vaginal Rejuvenation with CO2 Laser
Estrogen levels have a profound effect on women’s skin, including vaginal tissue. Hormone changes associated with menopause, cancer or breastfeeding can cause thinning and drying of the vaginal walls making sex painful (dyspareunia) and sometime impossible. CO2 lasers have been used for years by plastic surgeons to diminish winkles and to rejuvenate the face-the same treatment is now available for the vagina.
The O-Shot, also known as the “orgasm shot,” helps treat sexual dysfunction in women by stimulating the vagina to help achieve orgasm, increase sex drive, and decrease painful intercourse (dyspareunia).
Labiaplasty (Minora And Majora)
Surgical reshaping the appearance of the external genitalia
Many women feel self-conscious about the outward appearance of their genitalia.
They view their inner labia as abnormally long causing emotional or psychological distress during intimate encounters and/or while wearing tight-fitting clothing.
In other instances, women undergo a labiaplasty to alleviate symptoms that can arise from increased labia size including pain or discomfort during sexual intercourse as well as interference with exercise and normal daily activities.
Clitoral Hood Reduction
This procedure targets loose skin around the clitoris either during labiaplasty or as an independent procedure.
Excess skin on the sides of the clitoris often causes the clitoris to look enlarged or uneven. A labiaplasty itself may result in the appearance of a relatively larger clitoral area since the excess labia have been removed drawing the eyes to the clitoral region.
Labia Majora Augmentation/ Vampire Wing Lift
Deflated labia majora are a consequence of aging, low body fat, or weight loss. When the fat that is naturally present in the labia disappears, the skin can develop wrinkles and grooves or simply appear flat or deflated.
This cosmetic and vaginal surgery tightens loose tissues while eliminating excess vaginal skin resulting in a both a smaller opening and a more youthful appearance.
The perineum is the area of tissue between the vagina and the rectum. Childbirth can cause tearing and scarring of the perineal tissue. Oftentimes, the healing process of these tears leads to uneven scarring and disfiguration of the perineum. This condition often results in vaginal looseness. At the opening.