Vaginoplasty

Vaginoplasty is chiefly a reconstructive plastic surgery or better a cosmetic procedure that focuses on reconstructing the vaginal muscles. It is usually performed after the childbirth. Moreover, the reconstructive surgery is usually performed to repair the vaginal defects, which may have been caused by any disease or a trauma.

Key benefits of Vaginoplasty:

Vaginoplasty is very effective in the following cases:

  1. Vaginal defects: It can correct the vaginal defects by surgical means.
  2. Vaginal looseness caused by childbirth: After childbirth, there comes looseness in the vagina. The Vaginoplasty method can correct this condition as well.

How does the procedure work?

There are several sub-classes of Vaginoplasty. A highlight of the procedures are given below:

Vaginal rejuvenation: This is a procedure that aims at tightening the vaginal muscles. It can be performed to change the appearance of the vagina. The procedure comprises of removal of excess vaginal lining, surrounding tissue, and tightens the vaginal muscles. This procedure can be performed with a laser device.

Hymenoplasty: Hymenoplasty is also called revirgination. This procedure involves repairing the hymen in order to restore its original condition.

Clitoral hood: Clitoral hood reduction is a procedure which involves the removal of tissue which covers the clitoris. It is also in order to change the vaginal appearance.

Your expectations from the treatment:

Vaginoplasty is performed under local anesthesia. The procedure is thus painless and recovery time is very quick. You may require to stay in the hospital overnight. At MedLinks, we have successfully performed this procedure for many women and their feedback is highly enthusiastic. You can expect the best results. Moreover, our experts are hands-on with the use of modern technical aids in dermatology. It ensures that all the procedures performed at MedLinks are highly secure and free of any side-effects. You can book a quick appointment for a session at MedLinks through our website or phone lines.

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