Vaginal Rejuvenation is increasing in popularity. Many women seek vaginal rejuvenation either for cosmetic reasons or to have a better quality of life. Inconveniences after childbirth and the quest for improved sexual wellbeing have led many women to search for methods of reconstructing and restoring the vagina. The vagina is an elastic muscle, and it can expand due to two major factors – childbirth and age.
Vaginal rejuvenation refers to a variety of surgical and non-surgical procedures designed to tighten, repair, or otherwise improve the sexual function or appearance (or sometimes both) of the inner or outer vagina.
Surgeries include several procedures such as – female genital plastic surgery, genital rejuvenation surgery, designer vagina surgery, and vulvovaginal, clitoral hood reduction, monsplasty, labiaplasty, vaginoplasty, and labia majoraplasty and many others.
There isn’t one single way for this corrective treatment. There are injections, creams, surgical, and non-surgical procedures to manage this.
For many, vaginal rejuvenation procedures offer relief from symptoms that affect the normal function of the genitalia, especially after pregnancy, childbirth, and aging, and sometimes from physical trauma to the genital area or a genetic deformity.
However, in most cases, vaginal enhancement procedures are performed purely for cosmetic reasons, and for improving the sensation felt during sex.