- Cosmetic Surgery
- Minor Ops
Any risks associated with a vaginoplasty procedure are similar to that of any other surgical procedure that involves a general or local anaesthetic depending on which is decided the most suitable. Apart from possible bleeding and infection which is not common, there are no specific risks to be concerned about but your surgeon will explain the vaginoplasty procedure to you in detail at your consultation.
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.Go to Treatment