Vaginoplasty surgery restores vaginal tightness and shape which has been distorted over time. The procedure involves removing stretched vaginal tissue, tightening of the vagina, and tightening of the vaginal opening. Dr. Guru Bhushan performs vaginal tightening procedures to correct a stretching following childbirth and to help improve satisfaction from intercourse
What is Vaginal Tightening?
Vaginal tightening is a surgical procedure that narrows the vaginal opening and tightens the vaginal canal. During this procedure excess vaginal lining is removed, muscles are tightened.
Who can benefit from Vaginoplasty?
Vaginal tightening surgery reduces the diameter of the vagina and decreases the size of the vaginal opening. If age and childbirth have stretched your tissues, Kegel exercises have failed, and sexual intercourse is not the same as it used to be, you may benefit from this procedure. Note, however, that tightening the vaginal canal does not automatically guarantee great sex.
How much pain will I have?
Vaginal tightening surgery is surprisingly painless. The inside of the vaginal canal does not perceive pain the same way as your skin does, and thus most patients feel no pain on the inside. There is a very small cut on the outside (usually about 1 cm long) and that is the only feeling of discomfort most patients comment about.
What is Designer Vaginoplasty?
Designer vaginoplasty is marketing name for a vaginal tightening surgery. The name is very popular in California, however you can be rest assured you do not need to travel to California to achieve excellent results. Dr. Guru Bhushan's expertise with vaginal tightening surgery ensures that you will get the results you desire.
What are the risks of this procedure?
Vaginoplasty is a surgical procedure. Like all surgical procedures, there are general risks. Please read our information page on potential risks. With regards to vaginoplasty in particular, there are special considerations that need to be taken into account. These include bleeding, infection, and breaking of the stitches which may lead to the opening of your wounds. In rare cases an injury to deep layers may occur. If this occurs, you may require additional surgery to correct it.