Also known as vaginoplasty or vaginal tightening, vaginal rejuvenation is a functional procedure that is designed to tighten the inner and outer muscles and structures of the vagina. Tightening these muscles can improve muscle tone, strength, and control. Vaginal rejuvenation can help women in a number of ways including:
- Improved sexual function
- Correct natural deformities as well as deformities caused by childbirth
- Improve vaginal appearance to reduce self-consciousness
The Vaginal Rejuvenation Procedure
Depending on the amount of correction necessary, vaginal rejuvenation can include both vaginal tightening and labiaplasty. Both procedures can be performed at the same time to achieve the very best results. During the procedure, excess vaginal lining is removed to tighten the surrounding tissues and muscles. If a patient is also unhappy with the size or shape of the labia, board-certified plastic surgeon Matthew Malamet, MD will remove any excess skin and tissue that may be causing the labia to droop. Any incisions that are made will be placed to minimize any visible scarring.
Vaginal Rejuvenation Key Facts:
- Anesthesia: General
- Length of Procedure: 60 Minutes-3 Hours
- Length of Stay: Patients generally return home shortly after the procedure
- Discomfort: Moderate swelling, bruising and discomfort
- Anticipate: Swelling and Bruising will persist for a few weeks, but daily activities can be resumed within a few days
- Final Results: Visible once swelling and bruising subside
- Duration of Results: Lasting
Vaginal Rejuvenation Results
The results from vaginal rejuvenation will be immediately noticeable following the procedure, but will improve over time as swelling subsides. Dr. Malamet uses vaginal rejuvenation to improve a woman’s sexual functionality, correct natural deformities and deformities caused by childbirth, and improve vaginal appearance to reduce self-consciousness.
If you would like to learn more about vaginal rejuvenation and how it can improve vaginal functionality, schedule a consultation with Dr. Matthew Malamet. He meets with each patient individually to address any questions or concerns that may come up prior to the actual procedure.