Cosmetic gynecologic surgeries aim to subjectively improve the structure and appearance of the female genitalia. External genitalia may be modified to a desired shape or size to increase sensation, sexual stimulation and decrease interference during intercourse, or relieve pain and discomfort.
We are focusing in prevention, treatment, and management strategies to alleviate medical and aesthetic concerns in women regarding their genital area.
Surgeries classified under Female Genital Cosmetic Surgeries include vaginoplasty, perineoplasty, labia minora labiaplasty, clitoral hood reduction, labia majora augmentation or reduction, G-spot amplification, and the O-shot with platelet-rich plasma injection among others (Hyaluronic acid or Fat injections ).
Vaginoplasty: Performed to decrease the vaginal diameter. There are several techniques that involve a combination of anterior colporrhaphy, posterior colporrhaphy, and excision of the lateral vaginal mucosa. Vaginal rejuvenation combines anterior and posterior colporrhaphy with perineoplasty to decrease the caliber of the lower third of the vagina and reconstruct the perineal body.
Perineoplasty: Performed to decrease the size of the vaginal introitus and build up the perineal body. The main indication is to reduce the sensation of a wide vagina, increase vaginal sensation, enhance sexual satisfaction.
Labiaplasty: Performed to decrease the size and protuberance of disproportionately large labia minora.
Clitoral hood reduction: By performing removal of redundant clitoral folds; exposition of the larger portion of the clitoris can improve sexual gratification. Additionally, the problems about coitus, chafing and exercise can be solved.
Labia majora augmentation: Performed to increase labia majora volume. Autologous fat is collected from a patient’s abdomen and processed for the injection into the labia majora. Also, PRP and hyaluronic acid are options as fillers.
G-spot amplification: Performed to increase the size of the Gräfenberg spot or G-spot. PRP or a dermal fillers such as hyaluronic acid, autologous fat or collagen can be injected into the G-spot as identified by each patient.
Surgeries are performed with scalpels, as well as other energy sources such as lasers.
Laser in Gynecology
Minimal invasive surgical procedures together with new, noninvasive, energy- based systems, are a welcome development for many women in terms of risk, expense, and downtime after the surgery.
The emergence of energy-based devices enables women and their physicians to have another treatment option to consider. In the hands of well-trained physicians, energy-based devices are likely to benefit many women by aiding them in reclaiming, relishing, and reveling in their femininity at full capacity.
Energy-based vaginal rejuvenation procedures are noninvasive lunch-time procedures, with an average treatment time of 8 to 30 minutes depending on the indications and the method used. The procedure is usually painless, and no anesthesia is required. Two or three sittings are advocated, spaced approximately 1 month apart. A touch-up sitting or repeat single session is done after 12 to 18 months.
Lasers are also used for the nonsurgical treatment of several genital disorders such as genitourinary syndrome of menopause (GSM), stress urinary incontinence (SUI), and lichen sclerosus which do not fall under the category of FGCS. In addition, they are used to perform nonsurgical vaginal rejuvenation such as vulvar tightening, vulvar bleaching and chronic candidiasis.
We also provide combination treatments, which have increasingly been adopted for the comprehensive care of patients with esthetic and medical concerns. For vaginal rejuvenation, commonly proposed combination treatments include energy-based devices with PRP, energy-based devices.