Clitoral Hood Reduction

A clitoral hood reduction is a procedure for reducing the size and the area of the clitoral hood. This is done to expose the clitoral gland.

Labia Reduction & Reconstruction

A labia reduction or reconstruction is a surgical procedure that changes the appearance of the labia. This may be to change the shape or size of the labia.

Vagina Reconstruction

Vagina reconstruction is done when you have had part or all of your vagina removed. From using different parts of skin and muscles a new vagina is rebuilt.

Vaginal Tightening

Vaginal tightening is an operation that rebuilds the pelvic floor, and the body of the vagina. Vaginal stretching can occur after childbirth or happen with age.

Scar Removal

The removal of scars in and on the vagina, theses scars can be from injury, damage or tearing. This can be caused from an operation or childbirth. With vaginal scaring sexual intercourse may be painful.

Removal of excess skin, moles and lumps

Excess skin, moles and lumps may cause irritation and pain when in on near the vagina. They can be removed with a quick surgery.

Removal of bad surgery of vaginal areas

Recreating the work of another surgeon that’s procedure is not as expected or not completed properly.

Hymen Repair

Hymen repair is a surgical procedure to repair a woman's hymen. The hymen is a thin layer of tissue that encloses the vaginal area. People may have this surgery done for religious reasons.

Bartholin's abscess or cyst

A Bartholin abscess/ cyst is a small fluid-filled sack that is outside the opening of a woman’s vagina. Most Bartholin cysts are unnoticed but can be removed if painful.

Removal of any perianal abscesses

The removal of the Perianal abscess is by draining the pus from the infected area. An opening is made into the area and then it is cleaned out.

Mild to moderate prolapse

A mild to moderate prolapse can be corrected with surgery, to put the bladder back into place. The procedure will restore normal anatomy and restore to a normal bladder.

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