The term vaginal rejuvenation describes a number of possible procedures. As more surgeon’s begin to offer the vaginal rejuvenation surgery it is important for patients to have an appropriate understanding to distinguish between surgeries that will exclusively result in cosmetic benefits to those which result in a combination of cosmetic and functional benefits. At Cary Med Spa & Wellness our board certified gynecologists use the most up to date techniques to provide both functional and cosmetic corrections. A thorough evaluation may reveal such abnormalities which could be a symptom of a more relaxed vagina and decreased muscular tone of the pelvic muscles. to perform vaginal reconstruction as well as taking steps to accomplish patient’s cosmetic goals.
The vaginal reconstruction aspect of the surgery repairs structures which have been weakened as result of childbirth and natural effects of aging including the recto-vaginal septum, the wall separating the rectum and vagina; the cystocele, the wall separating the vagina and bladder; and a tapering of the vaginal opening. In effect of performing rectocele and cystocele repairs, rectal prolapse and bladder incontinence are resolved. Labiaplasty, or labia revision, is performed to improve appearance based on patients expression of need. This entails an alteration of vaginal lips.
Patients who have undergone vaginal rejuvenation have expressed experiencing an improvement in anatomical and sexual function, as well as an increased satisfaction of appearance. Ultimately, achieving the goal of increasing patient’s’ confidence and quality of life.
Every step of the process from consultation to surgery will take place at one convenient location. Our state of the art facility located at 400-200 Ashville Avenue Cary, NC 27518 includes an ambulatory certified surgical suite.
A rectocele occurs when the thin wall of fibrous tissue (fascia) separating the rectum from the vagina becomes weakened, allowing the front wall of the rectum to bulge into the vagina. Childbirth and other processes that put pressure on the fascia can lead to a rectocele. A small rectocele may cause no signs or symptoms. If a rectocele is large, it may create a noticeable bulge of tissue through the vaginal opening. Though this bulge may be uncomfortable, it’s rarely painful. When treatment of a rectocele is necessary, self-care measures and other nonsurgical options are often effective. In severe cases, you may need surgical repair.