What is Genital Aesthetics?
It is the procedure performed to relieve the aesthetic anxiety of the woman due to congenital or acquired asymmetry, discoloration, sagging and deformity in the female genital area.
Age-related changes, weight gain, weight loss, giving birth, surgical interventions, chemical exposure to substances used for cleaning the area may cause deformities in the genital area. In some cases, the deformity in the genital area of the woman can reduce the self-confidence of the woman and cause situations such as not feeling comfortable while wearing a swimsuit, bikini or tights, avoiding sexual intercourse, not being comfortable in the relationship, not enjoying it. In order to eliminate these complaints, genital aesthetic procedures can be performed.
What procedures does genital aesthetics cover?
The most common application is for the reduction of the inner lips. Apart from this, filling the outer lips, vaginal tightening, correction of birth incision marks, correction of tissue above the clitoris, genital area whitening, prp applications, 0-shot, g-shot aesthetic applications.
It covers the operations performed on the lips called labium.
The most common application is for labiaplasty. Reduction of sagging, asymmetrical, large inner lips can be done. A fuller appearance is provided by filling the outer lips.
It is an aesthetic intervention to the vagina. Vaginal tissue may expand due to births, time and weight gain. Couples may not enjoy intercourse due to the wide vagina, or gas may come out of the vagina due to the width of the vagina. In these cases, vaginoplasty can be planned.
It is the process of repairing the tissue that covers the clitorris. Adding it to labiaplasties can both provide a more beautiful appearance and increase the stimulation of the clitoris.
It covers the correction of the incisions formed at birth and the repair of the vaginal entrance.
It is the repair of the hymen.
Genital area whitening
It is the process of lightening the darkness that occurs over time with laser, prp, or appropriate drugs.
It is also known as the orgasm vaccine. It is the process of Prp injection to the clitoris and erogenous areas. After applying local anesthetic to the area to be applied, approximately 15-20 cc of blood taken from the person who will have the o-shot is subjected to a special process, and the platelet-rich part is separated and injected into the appropriate areas. It takes about 10 minutes. It increases the sexual arousal of women.
G-spot is one of the most erogenous places in women. By injecting fat or hyaluronic acid into this tissue, this point is enlarged and it is aimed to increase the pleasure of the muscle from intercourse.
Applications made with laser
Laser applications in gynecology have increased considerably recently.
Laser is frequently preferred by patients due to its ease of application and high satisfaction.
With laser application, the light energy applied to the tissue is converted into heat energy, thereby heating the tissue, thus increasing the synthesis of new collagen and accelerating tissue regeneration by increasing the formation of new vessels.
Urinary incontinence, vaginal tightening, genital whitening, wart treatment, crack treatment, recurrent vaginal infection and vaginal dryness can be treated with laser.
Genital PRP application
Prp can be applied in cases such as recurrent infections, vaginal dryness, discoloration, chronic pain.
How long is the hospital stay after plastic surgery?
Generally, we discharge the patients who underwent labiaplasty and vaginoplasty on the same day. However, if the patient has an additional disease or a tendency to bleed, we can plan to stay in the hospital for 1 night.
Laser applications duration?
Laser is usually planned as 2-3 sessions with 4 week intervals.
1 session is about 20-30 minutes. takes.
Local anesthetic effective creams are applied, people do not feel pain, no hospitalization is required.
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