How Vaginal Rejuvenation Can Change Your Life

You may not realize how big of an impact your vaginal health has on the quality of your life until you get older. Age-related changes can affect all areas of your body, including the tissues that make up your vaginal canal and outer vaginal area.

When these tissues begin losing their firmness and strength, it may be time to consider the many benefits of vaginal rejuvenation. The providers at the Urology Specialist Group specialize in non-surgical, noninvasive vaginal rejuvenation technologies to restore the youthfulness and function of your most delicate areas.

Why vaginal tissue breaks down

As you get older, especially as you begin your transition to menopause, your estrogen and other hormone levels start declining. This decline takes a toll on the health of your vaginal tissues, causing them to atrophy (shrink) and become loose.

When your vaginal tissues aren’t as healthy as they once were, you can experience a variety of symptoms that interfere with your general health, your sex life, and your self-esteem. Vaginal tissue changes can lead to:

Because of these symptoms, you may also experience pain during sex and unexpected leaks of urine when you laugh, cough, or sneeze.

Thanks to the advancements in noninvasive technology, you can address all of these issues in just a few vaginal rejuvenation treatments.

Boosting vaginal health without surgery

The team at Urology Specialist Group offers energy-based technologies to improve the health of your vaginal tissues and resolve the frustrating symptoms that interfere with your quality of life.

They use both radiofrequency and laser technologies that deliver energy into the inner and outer vaginal tissues, stimulating the production of new collagen – a protein necessary for health tissue – and increasing blood flow to the area.

The noninvasive energy gently heats the delicate tissues and with new collagen and more efficient blood circulation, tissues become firmer and stronger. Stronger tissues in the vaginal canal better support your bladder to prevent urine leaks.

As new collagen forms, tissues plump up and you may notice more sexual sensitivity. Vaginal rejuvenation can also increase your natural lubrication ability and eliminating itching and irritation to make sex a more pleasurable experience.

Energy-based treatments target the root cause of your symptoms, so you can expect results to continue improving in the months after your treatment, and provide you with long-term relief of vaginal health issues.

Exploring your surgical options for vaginal rejuvenation

When laser or radiofrequency treatments aren’t enough to address severe laxity in vaginal tissue, you may be a candidate for surgery.

The most common type of surgery for rejuvenating the vagina is a labiaplasty. This procedure focuses on reducing the size of the labia by removing excess skin. This not only increases your vaginal comfort, it can boost your satisfaction with the overall appearance of your vagina.

The team at Urology Specialty Group may also recommend other types of vaginal rejuvenation surgery to meet your aesthetic goals and improve the function of your vagina, such as vaginoplasty. These specialized techniques can address the issue bothering you most about your vagina’s structure or vaginal health.

If you’re ready to address chronic vaginal irritation or excess tissue in the vaginal area, schedule a consultation with the experts at Urology Specialty Group by phone today or by using the online booking system now. 

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