Vaginal Rejuvenation and Labial Rejuvenation
Ft Myers, Naples, Cape Coral, FL
This procedure, In-office, is offered to correct or improve upon redundant/lax/bothersome tissue of the vagina and/or labia minora. For a variety of reasons, we may have excessive or lax tissue in this area which affects us as individual women in how we feel physically (even causing recurrent vaginal irritations) or psychologically. A minor surgical treatment with limited downtime but beneficial results.
View before and after photos of Labial / Vaginal Rejuvenation
*Caution, graphic images
Anatomy of the Vulva
The vulva (Latin for womb or covering) consists of several layers that cover and protect the sexual organs and urinary opening. The fleshy outer lips of the vulva — the labia majora — are covered with pubic hair and contain fat that helps cushion the area. Inside the labia majora are the thinner, more pigmented and delicate flaps of skin called the labia minora. The labia minora join at the top to enclose the clitoris. The labia majora, labia minora, and clitoris are made up of erectile tissue, that is, tissue that can become engorged with blood. The area between the labia minora, the vestibule, contains the openings to the urethra and the vagina, as well as the Bartholin's glands, which are located on either side of the vaginal opening and produce lubricant for the vestibule. The flesh between the vaginal opening and the anus (not part of the vulva but often involved in vulvar skin problems) is the perineum. This is where the incision called an episiotomy is sometimes made during childbirth.
*images courtesy of health.harvard.edu and windsongtherapy.com