Over the last few years cosmetic gynaecological surgical procedures have become increasingly popular as they have begun to be viewed as straightforward and effective solutions to the most personal of problems. Whilst a lack of awareness and embarrassment may have formerly inhibited many women from seeking solutions to conditions such as vaginal looseness, enlarged or irregular labia or a simple loss of sexual satisfaction, the good news is that an increasing understanding around the array of quick and effective surgical solutions is beginning to reverse this trend.
We are delighted to boast a full range of cosmetic treatments and a multi-disciplined team of experienced surgeons who specialise in this area at Cadogan Clinic. We recognise that these procedures count among some of the most intimate and personal surgical procedures available, so our experienced, professional team are on hand to help you decide the best course of action for you.
Oversized or irregularly shaped labia are common. Although there is no accepted definition of what is normal when it comes to the vulva, and labia truly come in all shapes & sizes, however they may be enlarged or significantly asymmetrical.
Sometimes during a difficult birth, damage can be caused to the area between the vagina and the rectum. When a bad tear has occurred or there has been poor stitching, the area can look disfigured when healed.
Concerns about the way your vagina looks or feels are surprisingly common, especially as natural life events such as childbirth and ageing can fundamentally change the appearance of the vagina in an adverse fashion.
Vaginal surgery can involve both the tightening of the vaginal pelvic floor, as well as rebuilding and reinforcing the perineal muscles on the outside of the vagina. Often referred to as Vaginoplasty, this is a reconstructive operation and rebuilds the pelvic floor in cases where women have experienced severe stretching of the vaginal tissue and muscles, as well as the perineal body at the entrance of the vagina, strengthening the muscles and reducing vaginal laxity.
With skin cancer continuing to rise and melanoma being one of the most common types of cancers in young adults, it’s imperative that we continue to check our moles on a regular basis to spot any changes at the earliest stage.