Vaginal Rejuvenation

What does it involve?

Laser vaginal tightening
Laser vaginal rejuvenation usually involves two courses of treatment which are 4-6 weeks apart, although some people will need more appointments.
The doctor will insert a small rod gently into the vagina. The rod is then pulled back slowly, and a laser beam makes tiny holes in the vaginal lining.
The holes stimulate new blood flow and tissue growth in the vagina. You won’t feel pain during the procedure, and usually the whole thing takes
about 10 minutes. You don’t need to do anything to prepare for the treatment.

Some women report side effects of slight discomfort and swelling after the treatment, but these symptoms generally disappear after a few days.
Your doctor or nurse will advise you not to have sex or use a tampon for 4-5 days after the procedure to allow the vaginal wall to settle.
You should notice an improvement immediately, as well as continuous improvement over the next few months. Results last for about 18 months to
two years, and most women will have a “maintenance” treatment every 12 to 18 months.

The labiaplasty procedure aims to decrease the size of the labia minora (inner tissues of the female genitalia) so that it is flush with the labia majora (outer part of the female
genitalia). This procedure involves utilizing several different surgical techniques depending on the patient's specific situation.
There are a host of reasons females have enlarged labia, including childbirth, aging, sexual activity and genetics.
Labiaplasty is done when women have issues with an enlarged causes pain when wearing tight pants, when riding a bike/bicycle, pain during intercourse, urinary
tract infections, self-consciousness and overall discomfort.

Anesthesia for a labiaplasty
Labiaplasty is an outpatient surgery. The procedure can be performed within an hour, either individually or with other cosmetic surgery. It can be performed under
local anesthesia or general anesthesia, depending on the treatment plan discussed with your doctor.