Before embarking on any nonsurgical vaginal rejuvenation treatment, establish your goals and review them at the time of your consultation. The RF and the laser procedures may be performed by a nurse or physician's assistant, but it's important to choose the practice of a board-certified plastic surgeon. Sometimes nonsurgical options are inadequate to deliver results and surgery may be warranted. During your nonsurgical vaginal rejuvenation consultation be prepared to discuss:. Be sure to ask questions. To help, we have prepared a checklist of questions to ask your plastic surgeon that you can take with you to your consultation.
This document reflects emerging clinical and scientific advances as of the date issued and is subject to change. The information should not be construed as dictating an exclusive course of treatment or procedure to be followed. ABSTRACT: So-called "vaginal rejuvenation," "designer vaginoplasty," "revirgination," and "G-spot amplification" are vaginal surgical procedures being offered by some practitioners. These procedures are not medically indicated, and the safety and effectiveness of these procedures have not been documented.
Vaginal rejuvenation typically involves surgery. As such, it can come with a host of side effects and potential complications. However, what type of side effects you should expect to see will depend on the exact nature of your surgery. The right qualified surgeon can make all the difference when it comes to ensuring that your surgery is a success.