Genital Aesthetic

Genital aesthetics include surgery & external medical operations, primarily performed in terms of aesthetic benefits to the internal and external genital area. Although it is seen as aesthetic operation, it also provides benefits from functional aspects.
What are genital aesthetics operations?

Aesthetic surgery of the female genitalia, or ‘designer vaginas’, includes a number of surgical procedures designed to improve their appearance. It is claimed that, occasionally, sexual function may be enhanced.
Surgical and non-surgical operations related to genital area aesthetics are as follows:

• LABIAPLASTY  (inner and outer labia aesthetics in sexual area)

• Vaginoplasty (vaginal tightening surgery)

• Perineoplasty (aesthetics of the ‘perine’ area between vagina and anus)

• Clitoral hoodoplasty (correction of skin foldings over the clitoris)

• Puboplasty (aesthetics of pubis peak)

• Labia majora hypertrophy (fat or filler injection to large labias)

• Labia majora reduction

• G-point hypertrophy (filler injection to G point, G shot ©)

• Genital PRP applications (O shot ©)

• Laser vaginal tightening (laser vaginal rejuvenation)

• Laser bleaching therapy for genital area

• Genital radiofrequency applications

Genital cosmetic surgery is no longer a taboo, and it has been recognized to be important for women’s mental and physical health. Genital aesthetic procedures are easy and satisfying.

When we think about genital aesthetics, vaginoplasty comes to mind first. Loosening and sometimes rupturing of the vaginal walls during birth may cause discomfort to couples during sexual intercourse. In such cases, it is possible to overcome these issues and maintain a happy sexual life between the couples by removing suitable amount of tissue from the posterior vaginal wall to firm up the region. There is of course approximately one-month sexual abstinence period after the operation.

Hormonal effects those increased significantly during pregnancy and withdrawal of hormonal effects after birth, birth trauma or surgical intervention called episiotomy leads to unwanted appearances in the genital area. Moreover, the most common condition due to increased age is the loss of elasticity and sagging in genital region.

This website is designed to supply useful information but is not to be regarded as advice specific to any particular case. It does not replace the need for a thorough consultation and all prospective patients should seek the advice of a suitably qualified medical practitioner.