In the past, patient questions regarding sexual wellness and genital rejuvenation went largely unasked and therefore untreated. Now, however, our society recognizes the benefits of maximizing sexual health and satisfaction ones sexual attributes. We offer several procedures which can enhance the appearance of the genitalia and sexual function. We offer consultations in a discreet, professional setting.
There are a number of procedure that can enhance the appearance and/or function of the genitalia. These include but are not limited to; Labiaplasty, vaginal rejuvenation, and scrotoplasty. Additionally, platelet rich plasma (PRP) is not yet approved by the FDA for genital injection, but is used to enhance the sexual experience and functioning in both men and women. There are also many devices, medications and treatments aimed at helping improve sexual wellness.
Labiaplasty is designed to treat unwanted labial skin excess resulting from childbirth or naturally over time. Labial skin excess can involve the labia minora, the labia majora, or both labia. The treatment involves a reduction of the excess skin and other procedures if needed to rejuvenate the appearance of the vulva. The sutures are carefully placed to ensure a comfortable and aesthetic result. The procedure typically takes one hour and is well tolerated. Depending on the type and extent of reduction needed, the procedure can be performed either in the office or in the outpatient surgery center. Patients are typically very satisfied with the outcome of labiaplasty.
Scrotoplasty is a common procedure in genital rejuvenation. When the scrotum has developed unwanted extra skin, it can give the genital area an aged appearance and sometimes create functional concerns. The scrotum can be successfully rejuvenated with a well-designed excision of scrotal skin and a scrotal lift (if needed). This procedure typically lasts one hour, and is done in an outpatient surgery center under anesthesia. The result is immediate, and the scar is very subtle. Scrotoplasty / scrotal lift does not involve the testicles and therefore does not impact testicular function. Most patients report that this procedure is not painful. It is recommended that the patient wear a support garment after scrotoplasty or scrotal lift for two to three weeks.