An Amazing Procedure that Boosts Confidence – In and Out of the Bedroom
You are leading the ideal life. You have a great family. You’ve built your business up from scratch. Maybe you have the occasional Botox injection, but that’s not important. Your good looks are mostly the result of healthy lifestyle choices and good old-fashioned determination.
And yet, you feel insecure about the most private part of your body. You feel older, not as powerful as you did before, and it’s starting to affect the way you present yourself to the world.
You’re not alone. VAGINOPLASTY, also known as vaginal rejuvenation, has helped thousands of women like you to regain their self-confidence. This simple outpatient procedure can help you, too.
Why You may Be Unhappy With Your Vagina
Let’s face it, ladies, childbirth drastically alters your lady parts for the worse. The muscles of the vagina and the perineum stretch to accommodate the fetus as it makes its way down the birth canal, which means a looser vagina and, most likely, sex that doesn’t feel like it used to. Although it usually regains its normal size in a short period of time, the vagina often does not go back to the exact diameter it was before.
Subsequent pregnancies — especially back-to-back pregnancies or those occurring in older women — can put so much stress on the muscles of the vagina that there is reduced sensation. In some cases, the normal aging process itself can have a similar effect on childless women.
Strengthening the pelvic floor with kegel exercises can help to reduce certain post-partum health complications, such as urinary incontinence, but exercise alone cannot make the vagina itself tighter or restore the pre-pregnancy or youthful appearance of your “lady parts.”
How a simple Procedure Can Boost Your Confidence
Ready to commit to a better, more confident you? Read on to learn how the procedure works.
Vaginoplasty is a reconstructive surgery that tightens the muscles of the vagina and perineum, resulting in a much narrower vaginal diameter and also a stronger pelvic floor. The procedure can be done by itself or with other procedures, such as labiaplasty, which restores the labia to a more youthful appearance, or plastic surgery such as a tummy tuck or breast augmentation.
The surgery is done with a laser for increased accuracy and precision. Most patients have the 60-90 minute procedure performed in-office with a local anesthesia, though a vaginoplasty can also be performed in a hospital setting under general anesthesia, if that makes the patient more comfortable.
There are few risks associated with the surgery; scarring is extremely rare. Patients may experience pain, swelling and spotting for a few days following the procedure. The procedure is safe for women of all ages.