DESIGNER VAGINA

09.09.2022 | Category, Cosmetic Surgery

What happens with a designer vagina?
A designer vagina is a term used to describe vaginal cosmetic surgery procedures that aim to enhance the physical appearance of the labia, increase the patient's confidence, and reduce any associated discomfort.

Why do people get a designer vagina?
This surgical procedure is undertaken to help women regain their confidence during sex and to abate any feeling of discomfort. It can also help to stop incontinence by strengthening your vaginal and pelvic floor muscles.

Non-operative Vaginal tightening -
Radiofrequency treatment to the vaginal wall is indicated for mild to moderate diastasis (stretching) of the vagina. Treatment can be done with minimal pain. With repeated treatment, you may see the improvement in vaginal mucosa.

Labial puff -
As you age, the labia majora (outer lips) may lose the tone and become wrinkled. Pumping up the labia majora will make the area look plump and full, more youthful, and healthy. This can be done by simply injecting fillers to the labia, although temporary. For more permanent solution, you may consider
fat injection.

Labia plasty (reduction) -
Aesthetic labia minora (inner lips) are small, well shaped lips that do not protrude outside the labia majora (outer lips). Large labia may cause irritation from the friction and also discomfort during sexual activities. Labia reduction procedure reduces the size and improve the shape of the labia. On the front, hooding over the clitoris may be trimmed or removed (some call it hoodectomy) so that the clitoris is more exposed
and more sensitive.

Surgical Vaginal tightening
Due to the pregnancies, the vaginal wall may be stretched too much, and some may feel the loss of tone to the vagina. In a moderate to severe diastasis (stretching), surgically removing the portion of mucosa and making the vaginal canal narrower will help improve the tone of the vagina and gain the sexual confidence.

TempSure Vitalia
delivers precise heating for smaller, hard-to-reach areas to temporarily increase local circulation, decrease pain and muscle spasms.

• It’s gentle
• The treatment is well tolerated It’s noninvasive, non-ablative and does not require anesthesia
• It’s convenient
• Most patients resume their routines immediately after the treatment

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