Aesthetic Surgery of the Female Genitalia, or 'Designer Vaginas', includes several Surgical procedures designed to improve their appearance. It is claimed that, Occasionally, Sexual function may be enhanced. With a growing acceptance of Surgery designed to alter appearance, and the increasing availability of explicit images of naked women, several women are requesting surgery to alter their intimate appearance. There are other women who claim that the size or shape of their Vagina or External Genitalia prevent them or their partner from achieving full sexual satisfaction. The most commonly requested procedures are labial reduction ('Labiaplasty') and Vaginal Tightening ('Vaginaplasty') operations.
1. Labiaplasty: Labiaplasty (also known as Labioplasty, Labia Minora Reduction, and Labial Reduction) is a Plastic Surgery procedure for altering the Labia Minora (Inner Labia) and the Labia Major (Outer Labia), the folds of skin surrounding the human Vulva. Labiaplasty involves the reshaping of the labia, and G-Spot amplification is a procedure meant to increase the size and sensitivity of the section of the anterior wall of the vagina known as the Gräfenberg Spot.
2. Vaginoplasty: Vaginoplasty is a procedure that aims to "tighten up" a vagina that's become slack or loose from vaginal childbirth or aging. It is a procedure that can usually correct the problem of stretched vaginal muscles and is a direct means of enhancing one's sexual life once again. The goal of the procedure is to give a woman better strength or control of these muscles, which can lead to greater satisfaction for both the female and her partner during sexual intercourse.
The hymen is a thin membrane of tissue, typically in the shape of a crescent, that partially surrounds the bottom of the external opening of the vagina. In some women, the hymen only partially covers the opening, while in others, it almost completely obscures the opening. Some women are even born with no hymen at all. Contrary to popular belief, the hymen does not "break" or "tear," but is merely stretched by everyday activities including, but not limited to tampon use, walking, and yes, sexual intercourse.
However, because women in some cultures believe an intact hymen to be a sign of virtue, many of them seek out hymenoplasty to restore the hymen to its original state. Other women have this procedure simply for personal reasons, to enhance their intimate area, sometimes with other procedures such as labiaplasty or vaginal tightening.
Hymenoplasty can be a sensitive subject for many women. Rest assured that the Relive Clinic staff respects and strives to protect your privacy, and keeps all details of this—and any procedure you have at our clinic-strictly confidential.
Some women feel that restoring their hymen also restores their virginity, or at least the appearance of it. The hymen can be altered by activities other than sexual intercourse, but some women may feel an intact hymen is necessary prior to marriage, either for cultural, religious, or personal reasons. Some women may also explore the option of hymenoplasty as a "gift" to their partner, even after several years of marriage.
Regardless of the reason, having a hymenoplasty is a very personal choice. Our experienced gynecological surgeon, as well as our clinic staff, will do everything possible to ensure your comfort and peace of mind.