Cosmetic Genital Surgery is the alteration of vagina and/or vulva in order to increase self-esteem and improve sexual function. The common procedures used in cosmetic genital surgery include labiaplasty, clitoral un-hooding, G-spot augmentation, and hymen reconstruction. Schedule an Appointment
Vaginal Rejuvenation can fix aesthetic or function problems associated with childbirth and other common irregularities. Several options are available; vaginoplasty reduces the size of the vaginal canal, while labiaplasty is used to improve the outer appearance of the vagina. Using either, or both of these procedures can improve self-esteem, appearance, and improve sexual function for [...]
G-Spot augmentation increases the female G-spot allowing a faster and greater response to sexual activity. This procedure adds human collagen to create a more pronounced G-spot helping increase feeling.
Clitoral Un-hooding reduces and/or removes the excess skin folds that may sometimes cover the clitoris. The excess tissue may prevent or lessen stimulation of the clitoris during sexual intercourse. This plastic surgery is also performed to improve the appearance of the vagina.
Labiaplasty is often referred to as labioplasty or labial reduction. This cosmetic surgery focuses on the labia majora and/or labia minora. These four folds of skin and tissue reside near the vulva, and labiaplasty reduces their size. Labiaplasty may be performed for a variety of reasons including: pain or discomfort, damage from childbirth, or for [...]
Urinary incontinence occurs when urine is released form the bladder unintentionally. It can happen during a cough, sneeze or even during physically strenuous activities. Urinary incontinence usually does not mean that you have a health problem, but it can cause embarrassment. Urinary incontinence is usually divided into three different types, the first type is urinary [...]
There are several causes of pelvic pain in women. The symptoms of the pain will determine whether or not the pain is resultant from the urinary system or bowels, or if it is a women’s health issue that needs to be addressed. In the following Women's Health blog post, Dr. Dennis Eisenberg discusses the topic.
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