What is a Designer Vagina?

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Women often feel dissatisfied with the look and feel of their vulva and vagina. This can be due to many factors including discomfort, pain, chafing or issues with tight clothing.

Cosmetic gynaecology procedures like labiaplasty and vaginoplasty are on the rise. A “designer vagina” can address a range of problems with the genitals and give you back your confidence.

Labiaplasty

Labiaplasty is a cosmetic vaginal surgery that reduces the size of your labia minora (inner lips of the vulva). Labiaplasty is different from reconstructive gynecologic surgeries. Reconstructive procedures fix functional issues while cosmetic surgeries change the aesthetics of essentially normal anatomy.

While a lot of women who undergo this procedure do so for cosmetic reasons, there are some practical considerations too. For example, some women who have enlarged or protruding labia minora experience discomfort and even pain during sexual intercourse. Others find that their labia can cause chafing, skin irritation, and tearing when they wear tight clothing or undergarments. In these cases, a surgically reduced Labiaplasty can make wearing certain clothing and engaging in physical activities more comfortable.

As with any surgical procedure, the recovery period for a Labiaplasty is variable. However, there are some general guidelines to follow during the healing process. It is important to rest, take it easy, and abstain from sex or using tampons until the surgical incisions have healed.

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It is also helpful to keep in mind that no two women’s labia are the same. They vary in shape, size and appearance. For example, some have larger inner labia and outer labia are smaller. In other cases, the outer labia are longer than the inner labia. These variations are totally normal and nothing to be ashamed of. Some women also report loss of sensation after Labiaplasty, but this is usually temporary and should return as the incisions heal.

Vaginoplasty

There are a number of surgical vaginal cosmetic surgery procedures that can be carried out for both functional and aesthetic reasons. These include labiaplasty, which reduces the size of the labia minora, and vaginoplasty, a procedure that tightens the vulva canal. This can be done for women who are unhappy with the appearance of their genitalia, or for those who have lost their natural tightness after childbirth.

Labiaplasty is a popular choice for those who are considering a designer vagina, and it can be performed on any woman over the age of 18. However, this is a permanent change to your vulva, so you should consider talking to a doctor about fertility preservation options (saving sperm samples) before undergoing this type of surgery.

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After a Labiaplasty, you may experience some discomfort for a few weeks as the stitches heal. However, this can be reduced by following your surgeon’s advice for recovery, which includes icing the area and avoiding activities that can cause trauma to the stitch line.

Dr Scott Turner is an expert in the field of vaginal rejuvenation, and has helped many patients improve their sexual satisfaction with surgical and non-surgical techniques. During your consultation, he will assess your general health and expectations to decide if vaginal rejuvenation is the right option for you. In addition to Labiaplasty, he also performs a variety of other cosmetic gynaecology treatments.

Non-surgical designer vaginas

Unlike surgical designer vagina procedures that involve cutting and stitching, non-surgical designer vagina treatments are minimally invasive. They include laser treatments and radiofrequency procedures to tighten the vulva and vagina and eliminate pain during sexual intercourse. Dr Turner also offers the innovative BodyTite minimally invasive radiofrequency lipo procedure to permanently reduce pubis fat. BodyTite eliminates unwanted fat cells so they can never grow back in the treatment area.

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Labiaplasty and vaginoplasty are two of the most common cosmetic gynaecological surgeries that can be referred to as “designer vaginas.” These types of procedures were originally developed for reconstructive purposes when the labia (outer lips of the vagina) are either too large or too small, due to birth defects or the effects of natural childbirth.

Recently, these types of procedures have become popular among women looking to improve the shape of their vulva and vagina for both functional and cosmetic reasons. For example, a new trend is to shorten the labia, or inner lips of the vagina, which has been described as having a camel toe appearance when wearing tight leggings and activewear.

Other cosmetic gynaecological surgery concerns that can be addressed by these procedures include stress urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse caused by pregnancy, aging or damage from natural childbirth. Some of these conditions are not only embarrassing to discuss but can also cause a lack of confidence in the way a woman feels about her vulva and vagina.

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