Last Updated on 1 year ago by Nicky Johnson
A gynecological treatment can be a non-surgical or surgical cosmetic procedure aimed at both women and men for their private parts or reproductive system. Our cosmetic gynaecology clinic offers a wide range of treatments for women’s concerns, including non-surgical and surgical techniques.
A few gynecological treatments that we offer at the center for surgery are as such:
- Labiaplasty (Labia reduction)
- Clitoral hood reduction (Hoodectomy)
- Vaginoplasty (Vaginal tightening)
- Perineum and pelvic floor repair
- Vaginal rejuvenation (Designer vagina)
Some women may look to get some of these procedures done to focus on making their private areas look more attractive or to make themselves feel more comfortable daily. Uncomfortability can stem from having difficulty with an oversized labia or clitoral hood, amongst other insecurities.
Also, some women may solely focus on having surgical or non-surgical procedures to improve their sex life, such as; vaginal rejuvenation or vaginoplasty.
How can they improve your sex life?
We understand that as a woman, it is not always as easy as just having sex or even partaking in day-to-day activities without feeling some form of discomfort. These different procedures are available to help a number of issues amongst women, but here is how these gynecological procedures can help to improve your sex life.
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The labiaplasty procedure is to reduce the size of the labia minora, which is to reduce the size of the flaps of skin on either side of the vaginal opening. Some women may want this surgical procedure as they don’t like the look of their labia, which becomes a confidence issue during intercourse.
The last thing you want to be worrying about when it’s time to get intimate is how you can prevent your sexual partner from getting a look. We want to give you back that confidence to love your body, and we can do this by reducing the size of your labia.
Clitoral Hood Reduction (Hoodectomy)
The skin that covers our clitoris is called the clitoral hood. Which covers and protects the sensitive area that is the clitoris. This skin can be prone to irritation for some, which is why some women might get a hoodectomy.
Whereas others may want to get this procedure as it can increase the sensitivity of the clitoris. By reducing the amount of skin surrounding your clitoris, you may achieve orgasms more easily during intercourse.
Vaginoplasty (Vaginal tightening)
This procedure can be surgical or non-surgical, but ultimately it is to tighten the vagina canal. Some women may want this procedure after childbirth, as the muscles have been separated and tissues have stretched, resulting in vaginal laxity.
Sometimes it can get to the point where a tampon could fall out, so you can imagine how it contributes to sexual dysfunction. The vaginoplasty procedure brings the separated muscles back together and can also remove external skin, resulting in a tighter vagina canal, enhancing sexual satisfaction.
Perineum and pelvic floor repair
If you have endured a bad tear during childbirth and have perhaps received poor stitching between the vagina and the rectum, causing the perineum to look disfigured now that it is healed. This can lead to discomfort during intercourse and also affect one’s confidence.
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The perineum and pelvic floor repair procedure is a great way to resolve this issue by restoring the cosmetic appearance and the muscle tone deep within the pelvic floor and vaginal muscles. This surgical procedure can safely introduce you back into healthy sex life.
Vaginal Rejuvenation (Designer vagina)
Some women are dissatisfied with how their vagina looks and feels, including sensitivity and vagina canal width. A vaginal rejuvenation treatment is carried out on the vulva and vagina, combining two procedures together; vaginoplasty (vaginal tightening) and labiaplasty. Externally, a designer vagina would have shorted labia minora and a tightened vaginal canal, resulting in increased sexual satisfaction and sensitivity.
Having a difficult time with your vaginal area can have a negative impact on your day-to-day life and sex life. We know how frustrating it can feel not to be particularly happy with how our bodies are working and how this can impact our mental health. Some things can be done to improve your sexual satisfaction, as well as treatments and procedures that will give you your confidence back.