Intimate Aesthetic Surgery for Women


Aesthetically challenged intimate organs can cause deep anxiety and complexes, which, in turn, leads to problems in sexual life. Intimate aesthetic surgery allows you to visually enhance them and bring back self-confidence.


Labiaplasty Surgery

Labia minora reduction, or labiaplasty surgery, allows you to adjust the size and shape of the external female genital organ, and is one of the most popular types of intimate surgery today. Women go to the doctor with complaints about the appearance of the labia that they want to reduce, to make them neater and more aesthetic. Furthermore, this procedure can be recommended for health reasons.

Labia corection may be needed due to congenital or acquired injuries, childbirth, aging. In addition to reducing the size, labioplasty can make labia symmetrical, get rid of sagging and excessive pigmentation. The operation is performed under local or general anesthesia and lasts from 30 minutes to an hour, with the average of 40 minutes. The sex organ takes its final form in 2-3 months after the procedure.

Vaginal Surgery

Vaginoplasty is meant to reduce the size of the vagina. The need for such operation occurs mainly because of the desire to return the excitement of sexual sensation. At the same time, this problem is not just sexual. Uterine prolapse, urinary incontinence, abdomen pain and heaviness, gases may also be the result of over-sized vagina and a cause for surgery. With age, these problems tend to get worse.

Vaginoplasty is dependent on the physiological parameters of the body. Thus, for vaginal wall prolapse, extension or sagging, colporrhaphy is used to reduce the diameter and volume throughout the vagina to the cervix. The procedure increases its elasticity and enhance muscular frame. If vagina walls maintain firmness and elasticity, and only the entrance is expanded, the procedure of suturing the vaginal entrance is used, creating the effect of the “bottleneck.”

Vaginoplasty belongs to one-day operations: it is performed under anesthesia, with the duration of not more than half an hour. Rehabilitation after vaginoplasty usually lasts for no more than two weeks. The final results of vagina size reduction can be fully seen after 1.5-2 months.

Clitoris Surgery

The clitoris is called on organ of “women admiration” not without a reason: its stimulation is mostly responsible for sexual pleasure. However, in some cases, the clitoris may be under the skin fold (congenital feature), or under the scars left after an injury, which leads to clitoris anorgasmia and the inability to get full satisfaction from the intercourse.

Clitoris surgery is usually carried out under local or general anesthesia and lasts for an average of 1 hour. The recovery period lasts about three weeks, and during this time no sex is allowed. Among surgical complications, we may single out clitoris sensitivity disorders: if the doctor accidentally damages the nerve fibers of the clitoris, the woman will never get an orgasm!

Virginity Repair Surgery

Hymen reconstruction surgery, allowing to restore the integrity of the hymen, may be done to any woman, regardless of the duration of her sex life. Today there are several methods to restore virginity, enabling surgeons to achieve the desired result from any amount of hymen residues. The state of “raw material”, in turn, depends on the woman’s intimate experience. In simple cases, the edges of the hymen are sewn together. In the most difficult ones – the hymen is formed from portions of the mucous vestibule. However, after this type of surgery, the defloration is noticeably more painful, and bleeding is usually more abundant.

The virginity repair surgery is painless, since it is used with a local anesthetic. After its completion, the patient can go home. When suturing, bioresorbable thread is used and there is no need to remove sutures (in some cases, they are removed after 5-7 days).

Stress Urinary Incontinence Treatment

In stress incontinence, increased intraabdominal pressure and physical or emotional stress may lead to the “squeezing” of urine from the bladder through the urethra. Women suffering from this disease have a weakly closed bladder sphincter, The urine may inadvertently be released when a wonam is laughing, coughing, sneezing; with a change in body position or weight lifting. Urinary incontinence is not life-threatening, but it greatly complicates a woman’s life and makes her suffer psychologically.

Surgery is used when conservative therapy – pelvic floor muscle training, obesity and constipation figth etc. – does not help.