Compare Vaginal Rejuvenation Procedures

Compare Vaginal Rejuvenation Procedures

What is Vaginal Rejuvenation and why have it done?

Essentially, Vaginal Rejuvenation (or Vaginoplasty) is a procedure to tighten the vaginal canal. Aging, childbirth, or the combination of both sometimes causes anatomical changes that may affect the normal function of the vagina. Performed as an outpatient procedure, Vaginal Rejuvenation is a surgical procedure to tighten the vaginal canal and reduce the size of the vaginal opening. Not only does the procedure rejuvenate the lining of the vagina, but it also addresses the supporting tissues surrounding it – aiding in increased muscle tone, control, strength, and possibly increasing sensation and pleasurable friction during intercourse.

This procedure, even though most of the times it’s needed to relieve pain and discomfort, is also referred to as plastic surgery, cosmetic surgery and even, designer laser Vaginoplasty.

The main reason to have Vaginal Rejuvenation is that your vaginal structures sag and have become laxer due to aging, weight loss or pregnancy.

  • You have discomfort from scarring as a result of previous genital surgeries.
  • You have stress urinary incontinence and wish to combine a vaginal lift with a corrective procedure.
  • You desire a sleeker, more refined contour to your labia and vulva.

What are the types of Vaginoplasty?

  • Mons Pubis Reduction
  • Perineoplasty
  • Labia Majora Plasty
  • Labia Minora Plasty
  • Hymenoplasty

Mons Pubis Reduction

What is the Mons Pubis?

According to, is the fatty tissue located above the pubic bone. The fat in this area can reach a size that makes some women self-conscious and uncomfortable while wearing tight-fitting clothing such as leggings, skinny jeans, swimsuits, underwear, and tight dresses. This can be successfully corrected with surgery. Liposuction of the mons pubis or monsplasty are procedure options. Monsplasty is essentially a pubic lift when liposuction leaves the skin loose or even looser after the fat is removed.

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According to NCBI, a Perineoplasty is a surgical procedure in which the cicatricial and loose tissue in the vulvar vestibule, vaginal introitus, and distal vagina is excised, superficial transverse and levator muscles are brought closer to the perineal middle line, and the perineum and pelvic floor are raised

Labia Minora Plasty

What is the Labia Minora?
The inner fold of the vulva that houses the clitoris, urethra, and vaginal opening.

Vaginoplasty is typically done on the Labia Minora Plasty. According to, your labia minora can cause pain during sex if they get tucked into the vagina. They can also cause irritation or discomfort while wearing underwear or a swimsuit, being physically active, or even walking around and doing regular daily activities.

Labia Majora Plasty

What is the Labia Majora?
The outer folds of the vulva that grows hair.

A Labia Majora Plasty is typically done to reduce the size of a large or irregularly misshapen outer labia. Excess tissue in the labia majora can cause women discomfort and pain when wearing certain clothes, exercising and even normal daily tasks. 


What is a hymen?
The thin membrane located at the opening of the vagina.

Women may request this surgical procedure for cultural, religious, or social reasons, but the effect is similar to that of a “second virginity.” During the procedure, fine sutures are used to repair the torn remnants of the hymen. Performed under local anesthetic, hymenoplasty surgery is a relatively quick outpatient procedure. A hymenoplasty can also be performed for women who feel pain or discomfort during normal activities.

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