Dr Rekha Prabhu

Top 5 Common Procedures for Vaginal Rejuvenation for a Better Life

Catagory: Gynaecology  Author: Dr Rekha Prabhu


Treatments for vaginal rejuvenation are used to undo the effects of aging, childbearing, and other factors on a woman’s vagina. In essence, these procedures are aesthetic surgery for the female genitalia. However, vaginal rejuvenation addresses problems including dryness, stress urine incontinence, and laxity (lack of tightness) of the vagina as well as improving aesthetics. Most women who require this surgery are in the postmenopausal or postpartum stages of life. 

Here are a few efficient methods for vaginal rejuvenation


A lady might choose between non-surgical and surgical vaginal rejuvenation procedures depending on her expectations. 

Non-invasive energy-based/non-surgical procedures for vaginal rejuvenation. The goal of an energy-based therapy is to heat the tissue’s top layers, which will cause Type-1  collagen to form in the tissue’s deeper layers. By generating new, tougher tissue, collagen aids in the treatment of problems including dryness, sexual dysfunction, and stress incontinence. 

Treatment with Radiofrequency Vaginal Rejuvenation 


Electromagnetic waves are used by radiofrequency devices to rejuvenate the vagina. The temperature range for the treatment is around 45 to 55 degrees Celsius. There is little to no recovery time. It may hurt or irritate you slightly. With the use of a local or regional anesthetic, it may be disregarded. 

There are specialised uses for several radiofrequency therapy kinds. For instance, nonablative RF is used to construct the vaginal canal whereas transurethral monopolar RF is utilised to treat stress urinary incontinence. 

Treatment with Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation


Laser therapy is an energy-based treatment that uses laser sources like carbon dioxide (CO2) and erbium-YAG. It is quite similar to radiofrequency therapy. 

Gynecologist first performs a pelvic check before inserting the laser device 4-5 centimeters into the vagina. The upper layers of tissue in the vaginal wall are heated by the laser beam’s deep induction 

of heat once it is switched on. As we all know, this triggers the formation of collagen, which repairs the vagina and aids in toning and strengthening its muscles. 

It is administered at a temperature of 60 to 70 degrees Celsius. The process is simple to complete in an office setting and is rather quick. However, depending on your expectations, you could need a  few tweaks. There have sometimes been isolated incidents of discomfort, bleeding, and infections. 

Heat is a tool used in non-invasive energy-based therapies. These procedures often cause no discomfort, don’t need any downtime, and don’t interfere with normal living. However, it is usually advised to abstain from sexual activity for three to four days. 

Treatments for Surgical Vaginal Rejuvenation 


Vaginal reshaping, The common name for posterior colporrhaphy is vaginoplasty. Surgery is used to tighten the vagina as part of the therapy. For ladies with excessive laxity, it is thought to be superior to non-invasive techniques like radiofrequency and laser. The looseness of tissues and muscles that causes sexual dysfunction is known as laxity. We may readily classify anything as excessive when it reaches the point when a tampon comes out. 

After determining how much tightening is necessary, the separating muscles are brought together to complete the process. The excess mucosal skin is then stitched up by the physician. Finally, she may remove any bulging external skin for cosmetic reasons if she discovers any you should be concerned about the dangers and pain associated with the procedure, just as with any other operation. You run the chance of experiencing several uncommon consequences, in addition to infections and bleeding. The discomfort can be managed with local or general anesthetic. After this vaginal rejuvenation procedure, a few of weeks of recuperation are necessary. Intersexual relations and the use of tampons are prohibited for at least six weeks after this. 


The Labiaplasty 


A cosmetic treatment called labiaplasty is done to shorten the labia minora. What, however, is labia minora? The inner lips of the female genitalia that are located closer to the entrance of the urethra are referred to by this plural phrase.

This surgical technique is typically performed on women who experience pain, irritability, or itching as a result of the labia twisting during sexual activity. When the labia minora drapes below the labia majora, this is typical (hair-bearing outer lips). 

Labiaplasty shortens the labia to eliminate any twisting or tugging that might be problematic. The use of this vaginal rejuvenation procedure can also be used to correct any asymmetry in the labia. 

The trim treatment and the wedge operation are two common methods of labiaplasty. Please feel free to post a question in the comments if you want to learn more about them. Even better,  schedule a consultation with the doctor, who has significant expertise spanning 20+ years in the field of gynecology, to get your questions answered. 

Labiaplasty carries similar risks to the majority of vaginal rejuvenation procedures, such as bleeding,  scars, and infections. Additionally, hematoma or over-resection may be encountered. This vaginal rejuvenation procedure has a one to six-week recovery period. Tampon use and sexual activity are strictly prohibited at this period. 


The Monsplasty 


A woman’s mons may undergo cosmetic surgery, which is known as mentoplasty. For those who don’t know, mons refers to the top portion of a woman’s vulva, which bears hair. Some women’s mons acquire additional skin or fatty tissue, which causes the area to protrude. A lady may feel uncomfortable or embarrassed as a result of this monsplasty entails removing any excess skin or fat to reduce the bulge of the mons. The amount of fat or skin that has to be removed will determine whether your doctor uses local or general anesthesia. 

Risks associated with the operation include of bleeding, infection, scarring, and hematoma.  Furthermore, you could require a break of one to six weeks.