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Vaginal rejuvenation is a broad term for vaginal corrective treatments. These procedures can be done for cosmetic reasons or to correct age-related problems like tightness and urinary continence. The treatment can be surgical or non-surgical.

What is nonsurgical vaginal rejuvenation?

There are a number of procedures available to treat laxity urinary incontinence, loss of vaginal lubrication, decrease in erotic sensation or loss of tone of the labia.


  1. There are devices, such as Votiva that are developed to treat some of these issues. They use radiofrequency or laser energy to induce collage formation.

  2. Fillers are  used to inject in the clitoris or g-spot.

  3. PRP or platelet-rich plasma is also used to inject areas into the clitoris.

  4. Labia majora fat transfer.

Women’s labia come in all different shapes and sizes. And even though it’s normal to have a labia that’s not shaped “normally”, that doesn’t mean that you have to be comfortable with it.


We can reconstruct your labia so that it’s not just normal, but what YOU want it to be. 


This is a procedure that aims to tighten up the vagina that has become slack or loose from vaginal childbirth or aging. This can be accomplished with or without labiaplasty. 


Some women struggle with a bulge of excess skin and fat in the mons, the upper part of the hair-bearing part of their vulva. The bulge can result in women feeling too embarrassed to wear a bathing suit or tight pants.


The purpose of a monsplasty is to reduce the amount of fatty tissue and/or skin, depending on the cause of the bulge.



Women who have undergone natural childbirth may have torn the perineum or the obstetrician may have performed an episiotomy. The tissue and muscles in this area may have been stretched and or not sewn back correctly causing laxity.

Perineoplasty is a surgical procedure which tightens the area between the vaginal opening and the anus, the perineum, narrowing the vaginal opening. 

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