An increasing number of women are seeking vaginal rejuvenation procedures. However, with several different options available, it can be difficult to make the right choice. It always helps when patients have the right information to make a good decision.
The Vaginal Rejuvenation Beverly Hills, with the expertise of Dr. John R. Miklos and Dr. Robert D. Moore, offer the full range of vaginal surgery procedures. These elective procedures are performed at an accredited outpatient surgical center that meets the highest standards and uses some of the latest technology.
The 3 Main Types of Vaginal Surgery
There are 3 types of surgery commonly used to correct vaginal issues:
- Vaginoplasty -a procedure that involves tightening the vagina
- Labiaplasty – a procedure that involves reshaping and/or resizing the vaginal lips
- Vaginal rejuvenation – this combines both procedures, and is often chosen by women who want both procedures, but only want to cope with paying for one
A consultation with the doctor will help women decide which of these procedures is the better option. There are several factors to keep in mind, some of which include the reasons for deciding to have vaginal surgery.
What Are the Reasons for These Procedures?
- Loosening or sagging due to childbirth or aging
- Bladder prolapse
- Damage due to certain childbirth complications or trauma
Most women who undergo vaginal rejuvenation do so because or loose or sagging tissue in the vaginal area. This is fairly common after childbirth, and can also affect women as part of the aging process. Women who have to cope with this often have a decreased sense of self-esteem, as well as a loss of sexual sensation. A less common reason why women seek these procedures is because of a bladder prolapse. This requires surgery to stop pain and further difficulties.
Sometimes, surgical mistakes are made during childbirth that cause damage, or women experience some other type of trauma to the area. Surgery helps correct these issues.
How Are These Procedures Done?
Vaginal rejuvenation and other procedures are performed on an outpatient basis. The surgical center uses technology that ensures the surgery is performed correctly.
Women are given sedation anesthesia that allows them to sleep during the procedure, without the risks of general anesthesia. The total recovery time takes a matter of weeks, after which patients will be able to resume normal activities.