No doubt, vaginal rejuvenation is a hot topic these days on various blogs, social media platforms, and online forums. With the promise to “rejuvenate” a woman’s vagina for increased tightness, better bladder control, improved lubrication, and overall better self-confidence, it is no surprise this procedure has gathered ample amounts of attention over the past few years.
To help you get a better idea of what vaginal rejuvenation is, we put together an easy-to-understand guide on what you need to know before going through with this effective treatment.
Keep reading to find out what vaginal rejuvenation is, how it works, and the unique benefits of vaginal rejuvenation.
What is Vaginal Rejuvenation?
Vaginal rejuvenation is not a singular treatment. It is a general term encompassing a number of different treatments and procedures aimed at improving and supporting the vagina and its structures, both internally and externally.
Over the course of a woman’s life, a number of things can cause vaginal changes, such as childbirth, menopause, certain medical conditions, or the natural progression of aging.
These changes often lead to several problems a woman may want to resolve with vaginal rejuvenation. This could include:
- Urinary incontinence.
- Loose or sagging vagina.
- Decreased sensation and stimulation during intercourse.
- Pain during intercourse.
- An abnormally large vaginal opening.
- Unwanted vaginal laxity.
- Stretched vaginal muscles.
- Loss of natural lubrication.
- Perineal tearing.
- Uncomfortably large labia.
Ultimately, the goal of vaginal rejuvenation is unique to each person but often helps a woman address vaginal issues and enjoy life with more self-confidence.
How Does Vaginal Rejuvenation Work?
Now that we have covered what vaginal rejuvenation is and the reasons why many women choose to have this procedure done, how does it work, and is it safe?
Firstly, the non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation treatments are non-invasive, making them safer than many other treatments available today. The surgical VR treatments, such as a labiaplasty and vaginoplasty, are incredibly safe as well, especially when done by an experienced physician, like Dr. Kimberly Evans.
So how does vaginal rejuvenation work? Put simply, that depends on the type of treatment chosen.
Below we cover the most popular vaginal rejuvenation treatments and how they work to transform the vagina to achieve a patient’s unique goal.
At her Houston office, Dr. Evans offers women several non-invasive approaches to improving vaginal appearance, sexual sensation, and incontinence. These non-invasive treatments include the O-Shot®, Ultra Femme 360™, and BTL EMSELLA®.
The O-Shot makes injects your body’s own platelet-derived growth factors into the vaginal tissue. This aims to enhance sexual sensation, sexual response, and urinary continence.
The Ultra Femme 360 and BTL EMSELLA work by using radiofrequency energy and electromagnetic waves to help build collagen and rejuvenate the tissue. In most cases, women often experience a tighter vagina, an increase in natural moisture, and an improvement in bladder control.
Reshapes or reduces the size of the labia for improved comfort, greater confidence in form-fitting clothes, and a tighter, more youthful appearance.
Tightens and narrows the entry of the vagina for improved sensation during sex. This vaginal rejuvenation treatment also resolves “gaping,” unwanted noise, and problems with trapped air in the vagina.
Repairs and aesthetically improves damaged tissue between the vagina and anus, typically caused by childbirth or physical trauma.
Interested in Vaginal Rejuvenation?
If you are interested in learning more about vaginal rejuvenation and how it can improve your life, it is time to give your local medical spa a call.
If you are in the Houston area, Dr. Kimberly Evans MD and the Sugar Land Medical Spa staff can talk through your questions, help you understand your options, and help you make the best choice for your care.
Learn more about vaginal rejuvenation by calling our Houston office.
The information provided on this page regarding Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) use for O-Shot treatments is intended for general informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always consult with a qualified healthcare provider before making any decisions about your health or undergoing any medical procedures.
Results from O-Shot treatments may vary depending on individual factors, including age, overall health, and the specific condition being treated. There is no guarantee of success or specific outcomes for any patient. The safety and effectiveness of PRP treatments for O-Shot have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
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