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Vaginal Plastic Surgery – What You Need to Know

By Bren @Virtual_Bren
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I’m happy to present the follow article on Vaginoplasty to you today. I’ve heard so much about it yet I never knew exactly why people elected for the surgery. By the time you finish reading, you too will have a better understand.

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Vaginal Plastic Surgery - What You Need To Know

Vaginoplasty is a procedure that is performed in order to ‘tighten’ the vagina if it has become loose or slack as a result of childbirth or aging. Some surgeons even claim that the procedure is able to improve sensitivity, a claim that has been challenged by the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG). They say that whilst it’s true that vaginal tissues are able to stretch, tightening the vaginal tissue itself is unable to guarantee a heightened sexual response – there are many factors which contribute to sexual arousal, both physical and emotional. Additionally, sexual sensitivity does not always lead to more pleasure and can actually result in pain. If you are considering vaginoplasty, here’s what you need to know.

Vaginoplasty or Labiaplasty?

Along with vaginoplasty, another surgical procedure that can be performed on the vagina is labiaplasty, which is plastic surgery that is performed on the labia, the ‘lips’ surrounding the vagina. This procedure can be performed with vaginoplasty or on its own. Surgery can be performed on both the labia major (the larger, outer labia) or the labia minor (the smaller, inner labia). The purpose of labiaplasty is to change the shape or size of the labia and is typically used to make them smaller or to correct asymmetry.

Reconstructive Surgery vs Cosmetic Surgery

When deciding whether or not you should undergo vaginoplasty or labiaplasty, it is vital that you understand the difference between reconstructive and cosmetic surgery. Reconstructive surgery is performed in order to improve how a body part functions, whilst cosmetic surgery is performed in order to alter the appearance of normal anatomy. Some professionals such as David Ghozland, M.D., Inc. offer non-surgical procedures to tighten the vaginal tissue.

‘Designer Vagina’ Procedures

Certain surgeons are performing procedures labelled as ‘vaginal rejuvenation’ or ‘designer vagina’. Below are just some of the procedures being offered, although if you are considering undergoing one of these procedures, you should be aware that ACOG does not endorse them.

  • Revirgination – The first time that a woman has intercourse, a thin tissue at the entrance of the vagina known as the hymen usually breaks. A surgical procedure known as a hymenoplasty is performed in order to return the hymen to its original state.
  • Clitoral Unhooding – Certain surgeons are performing a procedure known as clitoral unhooding in order to remove the tissue which normally covers the clitoris.
  • G-Spot Amplification – Some experts believe that the front wall of the vagina holds an extremely sensitive stimulation site for female arousal and orgasm known as the g-spot. A procedure for g-spot amplification involves the injection of collagen into the front wall of the vagina in order to increase pleasure.


ACOG considers the majority of vaginoplasty and related procedures as ‘unproven’ since the long-term satisfaction and complication rates of women who have undergone the procedures have not been tracked. However, vaginal cosmetic surgery has some risks, including infection, permanent changes in sensation and feeling, scarring, and ongoing pain.

Are you considering vaginoplasty? It’s important that you speak openly with your doctor about any concern that you may have before making an informed decision.

Disclosure:  Although I received compensation for publishing this post,I will only share content of which I feel to be beneficial to you, my readers.

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