Feminine rejuvenation treatments can either be surgical or non-surgical.
Nonsurgical treatments are noninvasive and mostly offer a shorter recovery time than surgical treatments. For those who are afraid of needles or having surgery in general, nonsurgical treatments are a better option.
CO2 Laser Treatment
In CO2 laser treatment, a laser is used to emit light energy that is absorbed by water in bodily tissue. The laser creates tiny bubbles in the tissue which will cause the tissue to break down and stimulate the growth of new tissue as well as make more collagen that will help the skin to get firmer and tighter.
In the radiofrequency treatment or RF treatment, the tissue is heated using radiofrequency waves. The heat helps tighten the skin as well as stimulate the production of collagen. It works similarly to the waves used in microwaves. This method encourages blood flow and collagen production which will then result in the tightening of the skin.
Unlike non-surgical treatments, anesthesia or sedation is often required for surgical treatments. This is because these procedures are more invasive and require a longer recovery time than non-surgical treatments. However, for those who are looking for an instant and long-lasting solution, surgical treatments might be the best option for you.
Labiaplasty is a surgical procedure that is done to reduce the size of the labia minora or the lips that surround the vaginal opening. This can be done for both cosmetic and functional reasons.
Vaginoplasty is a surgical treatment that repairs the vaginal canal which is usually damaged after giving birth
This treatment addresses the fatty tissue and skin of the mons pubis, which is the area directly above the vulva.
This treatment is done to alter the size and shape of the vulva.
Clitoral Hood Reduction
As the name suggests, clitoral hood reduction is a procedure to reduce the size of the clitoral hood. It’s done to increase sensitivity and pleasure during sexual intercourse.
This treatment is done to alter the shape of the perineum, which is the area between your anus and vagina.