With time, age and events such as pregnancy and child birth, the internal and external structure of the vagina can be effected, causing changes in both its appearance and physical response to stimulus. Cosmetic gynecology helps to make improvements to either the physical appearance or function of the vagina and labia. In most cases, both goals are accomplished simultaneously. The outcomes of cosmetic gynecology could improve the enjoyment of sexual activities, while also rejuvenating the genitals to make the body appear younger or more aesthetically-pleasing. There are various forms of Cosmetic Gynaecological procedures. The focus of every procedure is different, for instance, the clitoral enhancement is done for increased pleasure sensitivity, and some on the tissue reduction for improved appearance, and some on rebuilding the tightness of the vagina after a certain age, childbirth or accident etc. Beginning from the labia majora to minora, the prepuce to clitoris, the inner vaginal tissues to hymen, all can be reconstructed, reshaped, and their appearance and functionality could be improved, using various procedures in cosmetic gynaecology. The recovery time after the surgery is not much long in most cases, and women can return to normal sex life soon. Many women may experience reduced sensations and pleasure with a lack of self esteem as their vaginal muscles are left weak and loose with aging, childbirth or some other reasons. They can get back to improved sexual sensitivity and functioning, as well as improved appearance of their vaginal area with several types of surgeries. And most significantly, women after a successful surgery get back their self esteem and happy mood.
A vaginoplasty focuses on decreasing the width of the vagina. Although vagina is naturally designed to stretch during sex and childbirth, the tissues of the vagina could lose elasticity over time, mostly following multiple childbirths. This permanent stretching can affect a woman’s enjoyment during sex sometimes. During vaginoplasty, a cosmetic surgeon might use techniques such as tightening the perineal muscles or repairing the rear vaginal wall, decreasing the overall width of the vagina with “tightening” the tissues. While vaginoplasty is typically required as a cosmetic procedure, it can also be used as a reconstructive procedure to address birth defects or tissue injuries that might have occurred during childbirth.The Hymen Repair
Hymenoplasty, hymenorrhaphy or restoration of the hymenal ring are various surgical techniques, used to repair and tighten the hymen to a more intact, virgin-like state. Mostly, the surgery is virtually undetectable after healing. The hymen is a thin, delicate membrane in the vagina consisting of elastic and fibrous tissue. It somewhat covers the opening (introitus) of the vagina in most girls. In younger women, the hymen is highly vascular. In menopausal women becomes very thin. In adult virginal women, the hymen environs the vaginal opening almost completely The biological function of the hymen is still uncertain. It is hypothesized that it protects the vagina from infection in infants. It needs to be incomplete, to allow the outflow of menstrual blood at the onset of puberty. However, the social function of the hymen has been and still is a mythical symbol of virginity in many cultures. Hymen normally gets ruptured during first intercourse (coitus) or rape. But many girls and teens tear, or dilate, their hymen for instance:
A girl might not even be aware that a hymen tear has occurred, since there may be little or no blood loss, nor pain. The Hymen generally tears posteriorly or posterolaterally into two or more portions. Usually, the rupture of the hymen is accompanied by slight bleeding, which stops spontaneously. Seldom, a larger vessel can bleed profusely, possibly even leading to shock and requiring a blood transfusion. Even in severe cases, bleeding can be controlled by applying direct pressure to the bleeding point. Surgical assistance is required very rarely. Hymen surgery Simple repair Hymen restoration consists of piecing together the remnants by closing the tear. It is a very easy procedure that must be done three to seven days before the wedding. The tissues are simply pulled together. The result are not very long lasting. In this type of surgery, definite healing occurs rarely because the hymen is relatively avascular.Hymen reconstruction
This produces vascular bands across the introitus when the hymenal remnants are insufficient and definitive repair is envisaged by approximating the undermined hymen remnants or a vaginal flap. The procedure could be done under local anaesthesia and as a one day surgery. The process takes one to two hours, and patients can return to work the very next day. The sutures are dissolvable. Most patients remain very happy indeed after having had hymen restoration surgery.