Ginecoestética. Female genital rejuvenation

Written by: Dr. Ángel Martín Jiménez
Edited by: Top Doctors®

Menopause, childbirth or the passing years can cause functional and aesthetic alterations in the external genitalia. The ginecoestética tries to resolve them through three types of procedures: surgical, cosmetic and laser.


surgical techniques. Methods include resection, cutting and suturing. The aim is to restore the appearance and functionality of the female genital area. These include resection of labia minora, labiaplasty or ninfoplastia, or reducing the entrance to the vagina, vaginoplasty. Postoperatively usually little painful thanks to local anesthesia with 24 hours.

. Applied cosmetic procedures to improve the quality and appearance of the skin and mucous. Injections of platelet-rich serum obtained from the patient's own blood and seep into the skin of the vulva and vaginal walls. Another option are the cutaneous injections of hyaluronic acid to increase the volume of the mons pubis and labia majora.

Fractional laser. A tubular probe is inserted into the vagina through which the laser is applied, a beam of light passing through the vaginal walls to reach the deepest layer of the vagina. Thus it causes increased regeneration natural collagen contraction and vaginal lubrication channel. It is a painless procedure that takes about 20 minutes. a monthly session is recommended for 2 to 3 months.

Patients often resort to this type of treatment has excessive or asymmetric growth of complex aesthetic labia minora creating in or discomfort in your daily life. Also they choose women between 25 and 45 years after a natural birth or women over 50 years over 50 years with signs of aging.

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By Dr. Ángel Martín Jiménez
Obstetrics & Gynecology

Dr. Martin Angel Jimenez is a leading specialist in oncological surgery and advanced laparoscopy. He has been president of the Section of Endoscopy of the Spanish Society of Gynecology and Obstetrics ( SEGO ) and the Spanish Society of Gynecological Endoscopic ( SEGE ). He is a member of the European Society of Gynecological Endoscopy ( ESGE ), the American Association of Gynecological Laparoscopists ( AAGL ) and member of the institutional committee of the Ministry of Health for the attention to endometriosis in the national health system. He is currently head of the Health Unit \'s Women\'s Hospital Son Llatzer and consultant gynecologist at the Rotger clinic.

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