What is vaginoplasty?
Vaginoplasty is a cosmetic procedure used to tighten, and improve the appearance and function of a vagina. In addition to improving sexual satisfaction and self-esteem, vaginoplasty can also help with stress incontinence.
Vaginoplasty is also called "vaginal rejuvenation" or "designer vagina", and has become very popular in recent years due in part to increased awareness about its benefits. In some cases, it may be recommended for women who have given birth or had children through c-section.
What happens during vaginoplasty?
- You will be placed under general anesthesia during the procedure.
- The doctor will make an incision in the vaginal wall and remove excess skin and fat tissue.
- He or she will then tighten your vagina with stitches, which are designed to dissolve over time so that they do not need removal.
What happens after vaginoplasty?
You will be discharged from the hospital the day after surgery. You can resume your normal activities in 4-6 weeks, but it's important that you don't strain yourself for about a month.
You may experience some swelling, bruising and pain for a few weeks after surgery. Swelling is expected to resolve within 6 weeks, but some residual swelling may remain permanently or become more apparent over time. In addition to these side effects, there are risks associated with any surgical procedure including bleeding or infection at the incision site.
What is labiaplasty?
Labiaplasty is a surgical procedure that reduces the size of the labia minora (inner lips). There are several different ways in which this can be achieved, such as:
Reducing the length of both sides of the labia Minimally excising tissue from just one side Reducing both sides equally to create symmetry Removing excess tissue without making an incision around any part of the labia It is a cosmetic procedure and is not medically necessary.
How is this procedure performed?
Labiaplasty surgery is performed as an outpatient procedure. The surgeon will make an incision in the outer skin of your labia majora, or outer lips. She'll then remove excess tissue and reposition the remaining tissue to give you a more even appearance. This surgery takes about one hour to complete and can be done under local anesthesia or general sedation.
Why would a woman have a labiaplasty?
Some women have a labiaplasty to improve their self-esteem. If a woman feels that her inner labia are too large or visible, she may feel ashamed and less desirable.
Some women have a labiaplasty to reduce pain during intercourse. Some men find the appearance of the inner labia unappealing due to the size and/or shape, which can lead to discomfort or pain during sex.
Some women have labiaplasty because they want more comfort when exercising or wearing tight clothing, especially swimsuits during summer months when people spend most of their time outdoors.
What happens after surgery?
You may experience some swelling or bruising, which will also subside over time. You’ll be given a pain medication prescribed to help with discomfort, and you should use it as needed.
Your recovery period will depend on how your surgery was performed and what kind of anesthesia was used—the recovery process can take anywhere from two weeks up to six weeks before you feel like yourself again. During this time, you’ll want to avoid any strenuous activities so that your body has the chance to heal properly and without complications.
Non-Surgical Vaginal Rejuvenation
PRP is a blood plasma treatment that uses the patient's own blood to stimulate tissue growth and repair. The treatments are performed in a doctor's office, and they're minimally invasive—no incisions or stitches are required. A small injection device delivers your own platelets into your vagina at predetermined spots where they can promote healing and rejuvenate tissue growth.
The procedure takes about an hour (including time for numbing), but many patients report minimal discomfort during their treatment sessions. The effects can last up to three months before another round of treatments is needed; results vary based on individual circumstances such as age, medical history, hormone levels, etc., but most women experience improved elasticity after just one round of PRP injections.
Fat grafting to the female genital area:
Fat grafting to the female genital area is a non-surgical treatment that can be used to treat vaginal laxity and looseness. Fat grafting does not require any downtime, and patients begin to see results immediately after treatment. This is one of the few options for lengthening or tightening the vagina without surgery because it uses your own body fat instead of synthetic materials. The procedure involves transferring your own fat from another part of your body (like from your abdomen) into an incision made in the labia majora (outer lips). Once there, it will then be used as filler for any loose skin so that it has a smoother appearance once everything heals up again after two weeks' time!
Penıs Shaft Elongation With Fat Graft
What is Penis Shaft Elongation?
Penis Shaft Elongation with Fat Graft is a non-surgical procedure in which fat injections are used to add volume to the shaft of the penis. This added weight provides support and enlargement, resulting in an increase in length as well as girth. It's also called penile girth enhancement or penile fat injection. This type of surgery may be done for men who have concerns about their anatomy, but it's not considered part of cosmetic surgery—it's performed based on medical necessity rather than aesthetic concerns alone.
Patients are typically awake during this procedure. It may take approximately two hours or less to complete, depending on how much fat will be needed for your desired result.
After surgery, most patients can expect some swelling and bruising that usually subsides within two weeks following your procedure.
How are Post-operative Care and Recovery?
- Take it easy for the first few days. You'll notice swelling and some pain, but this will subside as you heal.
- Don't lift heavy objects or drive until you feel comfortable doing so, which may take a few weeks. Don't have sex for at least one month, and don't swim for at least two months (if possible).