Vaginal Rejuvenation Using Laser Treatments

Using Laser Treatment for Vaginal Rejuvenation

Using a laser for vaginal rejuvenation has become a widely popular procedure for females. Many women choose to undergo this procedure for various reasons, including to increase sensitivity in the vaginal area or to alter the vaginas appearance.  This procedure typically makes a women feel great, both physically and emotionally. The body does change over time and especially after pregnancies.  This can leave women feeling unattractive and very self-conscious. Using a laser for vagina rejuvenation was not always available, however with time the practice has grown considerably and is a great option for women.  It’s also very effective!

The Procedure

Instead of an invasive procedure that previously involved cutting and stitching and a prolonged recovery time, laser vaginal rejuvenation offers women the comfort of knowing that there is a safe procedure to help make them feel better. This procedure is typically an outpatient procedure where a pudenal block will be used in combination with general anesthesia and/or IV sedation. This type of block will numb the vulva and vagina entirely and the procedure typically can last up to an hour and a half.

The Recovery

Women can expect there to be some slight bruising and swelling to the area, but the recovery time is much less than one would expect. Generally, within six weeks’ time, all regular activity can be resumed. If you have any additional questions about the procedure and what the procedure entails, contact Dr. O’Neill’s practice and we will be more than happy to discuss everything in full detail with you. We will work together in making an informed decision in determining whether laser vaginal rejuvenation is the best option for you.

Vaginal rejuvenation may be performed in conjunction with other cosmetic procedures including labiaplasty, clitoral hood reduction or hymenoplasty, breast augmentations,  liposuction, abdominoplasty, or other cosmetic procedures offered by Dr. O’Neill