When is Vaginal Rejuvenation indicated?

Posted by ALVR | January 10, 2014

Back to All

Vaginal Rejuvenation is indicated in patients with an increased caliber (diameter) of the vaginal canal with no evidence of prolapse.  Symptoms of increased vaginal caliber may include decreased sensation during intercourse or a sense of vaginal “looseness.” Perineorrhaphy (reconstruction of the perineal body) is the procedure of choice to restore vaginal caliber. If the caliber is increased and prolapse is present, then vaginal prolapse repair or sacrocolpopexy will normalize the caliber and restore vaginal length.

Before & After

See how labiaplasty and vaginal rejuvenation work. Get all our photos in one document by entering your email.