This consists of the reduction of hypertrophic or asymmetrical labia minora. This procedure can be associated with the remodelling of the labia majora with filler material, achieving a better aesthetic and functional result.
Labiaplasty is a technique that has been practised since 1970 for aesthetic and functional reasons with the aim of harmonising the female genital area.
Even today, for ethnic, cultural, religious and social reasons, many women are under enormous pressure to maintain their virginity as a symbol of purity and in many cases as a condition for marriage or simply to avoid repudiation by those around them.
This procedure involves creating a new hymen to ensure that the first sexual intercourse after surgery does not result in bleeding.
Hymenoplasty is an outpatient surgery, performed under local anaesthesia, with an average healing time of 4-6 weeks, before which sexual activity is not recommended.
By definition, the perineum is the area between the vaginal introitus and the anus. This region is often directly affected by childbirth, compromising its appearance and functionality. This surgery, therefore, aims to restore the anatomy together with a significant improvement in the quality of the sexual life of the patient and her partner.
This is a low-risk outpatient procedure, with a short return to normal activities, usually no more than 10 days. Sexual rest will be necessary for 1 month.
Since perineoplasty can be performed alone or in combination with other aesthetic techniques of the genital area, we offer a free evaluation consultation in which we will plan the procedures to be followed taking into account the suggestions of our medical team and the expressed wishes of the patient.
Hyaluronic Acid in Gynaecological Aesthetics
Local injection of hyaluronic acid is part of modern genital rejuvenation techniques and is aimed at reshaping the labia majora.
This achieves an increase in volume and an immediate aesthetic result.
The term G-spot has been widely used in recent years due to its direct relationship with orgasm during sexual intercourse. Located at the junction of the two internal and external thirds of the anterior wall of the vaginal mucosa, it is an easily accessible area which favours non-invasive techniques. By applying hyaluronic acid as a filler material, increasing the volume and surface area of this region in order to obtain greater exposure, which translates directly into greater satisfaction during sexual intercourse.
It is a simple, outpatient procedure, using topical local anaesthesia, which allows the patient to return to her social and working life immediately, and will only limit sexual relations for 10 days after the procedure.