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What Is Vaginal Rejuvenation?
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What is vaginal rejuvenation, exactly? Well, vaginal rejuvenation refers to a wide range of treatments and procedures, which are becoming increasingly popular.

Is vaginal rejuvenation something that you've been considering? Do you want to find out more?

Keep reading to find out more, and whether vaginal rejuvenation is the right thing for you.

What Is Vaginal Rejuvenation?

Vaginal rejuvenation refers to a range of vaginal corrective treatments. Women have these procedures for a variety of reasons, including cosmetics, lack of vaginal tightness, lack of lubrication, and urinary incontinence.

Vaginal rejuvenation can be done surgically or using lasers.

Surgical Vaginal Rejuvenation

Surgical procedures can be used for medical or cosmetic reconstruction. In some cases, surgery may be needed to treat and repair medical conditions. Otherwise, women may choose surgery to change the appearance of their genitalia.

It’s important to remember that all surgery involves risks, and should be carefully considered.

Vaginoplasty is a surgical procedure that brings separated muscles together. This increases vaginal tightness.

Labiaplasty reduces the length of the labia minora; the inner lips of the female genitalia. Find out more about labiaplasty specialist, Dr. Otto Placik.

The outer lips of the vulva are known as the labia majora. These can be enlarged, causing discomfort and embarrassment. Labia majoraplasty reduces the size of the outer lips of the genitalia.

Clitoral hood reduction removes excess folds of skin in the clitoral hood, which covers the clitoris. This is also known as the prepuce.

The mons is the fatty area above the genitals. Monsplasty reduces the size of the mons by removing excess skin and fat.

Energy-based Treatments

There are energy-based vaginal rejuvenation treatments that offer an alternative to surgery. These work by focusing on energy and heating specific tissues.

It is important to recognize that energy-based devices have not been FDA-approved. If you are considering vaginal rejuvenation, please consider your options carefully and discuss it with a trusted medical professional.

Radiofrequency treatments use electromagnetic waves. The energy is used to heat the tissue.

CO2 laser treatment heats the upper layers of tissue, causing collagen to be produced in lower levels. This makes the skin appear tighter, firmer, and plumper.


Injections can be used as a non-invasive method of vaginal rejuvenation, reversing changes in genitalia.

The Orgasm Shot is also known as the O-Shot. This uses Platelet Rich Plasma that is taken from your blood. It is then injected into the clitoris and the erotic zone within the vagina.

The G-Shot injects filler or hyaluronic acid into the erotic zone, known as the G-Spot.

Pelvic Floor Exercises

Pelvic floor exercises are also known as Kegel exercises. These are a natural way to strengthen the muscles in and around the vagina, bladder, and bowel.

You can find your pelvic floor muscles by trying to stop the flow of urine when using the restroom.

To work your pelvic floor muscles, sit or lie comfortably and squeeze the muscles without holding your breath or tensing other muscles. You should start to notice results in a few weeks.

Vaginal Rejuvenation Options

There are many forms of vaginal rejuvenation; surgical, energy-based, injection, and natural exercises. It is best to discuss your options with a medical professional, and carefully consider what’s best for you.

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