Vaginal Rejuvenation

Vaginal Rejuvenation Treatment | Non-Surgical Treatment in UK
Vaginal Rejuvenation Treatment | Non-Surgical Treatment in UK

What is a Vaginal Rejuvenation?

Vaginal rejuvenation Treatment is a combination of surgical procedures which can effectively improve the appearance, sensation and function of your vagina and surrounding areas, including the labia and perineum. This is achieved by tightening the vaginal muscles and reducing the size of the labia.

The vagina is susceptible to many changes over the course of a woman’s life. Natural life events such as childbirth and the aging process can have a major impact on this part of the body, which may prompt a woman to feel concerned or self-conscious. There are a number of reasons for this.

A woman may feel self-conscious about the cosmetic appearance of this intimate area, particularly due to the effect of childbirth, which can cause issues like a stretched labia.

The stretching of the vagina, which can happen due to childbirth and the aging process, can lead to a loss of sensation in the area, potentially impacting on a woman’s sexual satisfaction.

The Range of Treatment Options

The range of treatment options will be explained in full by your surgeon during your consultation.

Whatever your personal requirements, the MB Aesthetics Clinic can provide the leading experts and techniques in its state-of-the-art, purpose-built facility.

Other common issues include urinary incontinence and vaginal prolapse.

But vaginal rejuvenation treatment can successfully help to tackle one or all of these issues. A vaginal rejuvenation procedure may include perineal surgery, the area between the vagina and the rectum which can be damaged in childbirth, and labiaplasty, a straightforward procedure to reshape and reduce the protrusion of the labia. In less severe cases, this can include simple perineum and pelvic floor tightening.

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The vagina is susceptible to many changes over the course of a woman’s life. Natural life events such as childbirth and the aging process can have a major impact on this part of the body, which may prompt a woman to feel concerned or self-conscious. There are a number of reasons for this.