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Vaginoplasty Burlingame

Vaginal loosening and stress urinary incontinence (SUI) are common problems after natural childbirth. Typically, the vagina and its supporting muscles and tissues become stretched or even torn during childbirth. Vaginoplasty deals with tightening of the tissues of the vaginal to provide greater friction during sexual intercourse. Tightening of the introitus also re-directs the penile penetration to the front of the vaginal canal which is more sensitive and is where the G-spot is located.


What is Vaginoplasty Surgery?

Vaginoplasty deals with tightening of the tissues of the vaginal to provide greater friction during sexual intercourse.

Tightening of the introitus also re-directs the penile penetration to the front of the vaginal canal which is more sensitive and is where the G-spot is located. A new radiofrequency device called Viveve, is very effective in improving both conditions especially, if the looseness is limited to the vaginal canal. However, if the looseness involves scarring and separation of the levator ani muscles (which is a major muscle responsible for supporting the pelvic floor) vaginoplasty surgery is required to remove the scars and to re-approximate the muscles.