There are two types of vaginal restoration surgeries, both of which are fairly different; a labiaplasty and a vaginoplasty. During a labiaplasty, the outside of your vagina— the labia majora and minora— are resculpted and sized to help with the appearance and sexual sensation. During a vaginoplasty, the inner part of the vagina is tightened to help deal with a variety of issues caused by age and childbirth. From incontinence to vaginal tightness, this article will discuss a few benefits that these vaginal restoration surgeries can give you. Read on to learn more.
Although giving birth to a baby is one of the most joyful things in your life, it can also wreak major havoc on your entire body— leaving you with leaking breasts and pee filled pants. During a vaginoplasty, one of the great things that happen is that the vaginal wall and pelvic floor will be tightened, which means that your incontinence may go away. And, once your incontinence has gone away, you won’t have to worry about peeing while sneezing, laughing, coughing, jumping, walking, or running— a luxury you never thought you’d get back.
Unlike men, women have a harder time having an orgasm— leaving them feeling sexually deprived. Luckily, with a labiaplasty, the labia minora and labia majora can be surgically moved around to help heighten your sexual sensation. If you have particularly large labia, they can hinder your sexual experience and make it harder for you to have an orgasm, however, by reducing them, you can start to feel more satisfied.
If you have given birth, you know just how much your body— including your vagina— can stretch out. And although a lot of that tightness goes back after some time, it’s not always the same. Luckily, with a vaginoplasty, Dr. Benjamin Dunkley can tighten your vaginal walls to help not only benefit your male partner but to help with your sexual sensation as well.