Vaginal rejuvenation is becoming increasingly popular, and Essential Aesthetics is proud to offer several non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation procedures to tighten, repair, and improve the sexual function or appearance (or both) of the inner and outer vagina. Patients seeking this type of treatment are often unhappy with the cosmetic appearance and/or sexual function of their genitalia. Vaginal rejuvenation can offer relief from symptoms that affect the normal function of the genitalia after pregnancy, childbirth, aging, and sometimes physical trauma.
Continue reading to learn more about non-surgical procedures our certified medical provider, Dr. Ellie Zarnegar, performs to give you a more toned, attractive, and better functioning vagina.
If you have thought about having a vaginal procedure done for a more toned, attractive, and better functioning “designer vagina.”
My Vaginal Rejuvenation Options?
There are different vaginal rejuvenation procedures to treat your specific concerns. Non-surgical treatments are becoming increasingly popular because of their minimal downtime and almost immediate results. At Essential Aesthetics, we offer several different treatments including labial rejuvenation, the G-Shot, and vaginal rejuvenation.
Labia augmentation, sometimes referred to as labial puffing, adds volume to labia majora (the outer lips of the vagina) for a more youthful appearance. Similar to the rest of our body, collagen production of the vagina begins to slow down as we age. Pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause can also cause loss of volume in the labia.
Dermal fillers such as Juvederm, Sculptra, and Restylane can be injected into the labia to instantly improve the size of the labia. This not only makes them more symmetrical, but also improves hydration, laxity, and wrinkling.
During your treatment, a topical anesthetic will be applied to the labia for your comfort. Dr. Ellie will then inject the dermal filler strategically at various points to help plump and volumize the labia. The treatment typically takes about 20-30 minutes and you will notice an immediate improvement.
After the treatment, you may have minor swelling, redness, and bruising at the injection sites. You can return to your normal daily activities immediately after your treatment.
G-spot amplification, more commonly referred to as the “G-Shot” is used to temporarily enhance the G-spot in sexually active women. The G-spot is a sensitive area on the upper vaginal wall that slightly swells during arousal. The G-Shot is a hyaluronic acid dermal filler such as Juvederm or Restylane. These fillers help to stimulate the tissues around the g-spot, increasing the sensitivity of the area, enhancing sexual pleasure, and making it easier to achieve an orgasm.
At the time of your procedure, Dr. Ellie will do a pelvic exam to determine the location of the G-spot. She will then apply a local anesthetic to the vaginal wall to help with any discomfort. She will then precisely inject the hyaluronic acid filler into the location of the G-spot. You may need to wear a tampon for about 4 hours post-treatment to stop any bleeding. You can resume regular daily activities immediately after the procedure. It is recommended that you wait 4 hours before resuming sexual activity.
Vaginal rejuvenation refers to the tightening of the vagina to enhance lubrication and sensation during intercourse. This non-surgical treatment is done with laser therapy, radiofrequency (RF), and hyaluronic acid dermal fillers.
Long Will It Last?
For labia augmentation, we recommend coming in once a year for maintenance. For patients that receive the G-Shot, we recommend coming in every 4-6 months. Every patient is unique, therefore, results vary from patient to patient.
Ideal candidates for labia augmentations are those who are in overall good health and looking to restore a youthful appearance to the labia. If you are experiencing difficulty achieving sexual climax, the G-Shot may be the right treatment for you. Vaginal rejuvenation treatments are not recommended for those who experience low sex drive or psychosexual disorders.