Vaginal rejuvenation

The vaginal rejuvenation treatment is also known in surgery as vaginoplasty. It can be, certainly, aesthetic but also functional because it allows recovering the toning and firmness of the vaginal muscles.

This intervention is performed under general anesthesia, with a duration greater than 1-hour average, depending, of course, on each patient. The recovery time, after the intervention can be of one month and, during this period, you will avoid having a couple’s relationship for about eight weeks or more, according to the medical prescription. Likewise, we recommend that patients who want to intervene, not want to have more children in the future since childbirth could affect and deteriorate the results obtained.

Treatment information

1 a 2 hours

Surgery Time

General anesthesia


Not necessary


2 weeks


1 month





  • Help to recover and improve self-esteem.
  • You can enjoy sex more successfully.
  • It will allow a better functionality and more aesthetic appearance.
  • Easy and quick recovery.

Expected results and risks

Being a low-risk operation, the results will be permanent. In addition, you can appreciate the improvement in the vaginal lips and its improved functionality that will allow you to feel more pleasant relationships with your partner. The most common risks could be fever, infection, inflammation, bleeding or some pain.

The intervention

An incision will be made in the intermediate zone between the vagina and the anus; by this cut the excess of tissues and skin will be eliminated, tightening it. The plastic surgeon will be dedicated to tight the vaginal organ, suppressing flaccidity, caused by the passage of age or childbirth.

Cares after the intervention

It should take about 2 or 3 weeks of rest as the doctor’s request, which will allow easy recovery. Afterwards, he will be able to return to his regular activities but he should avoid sudden movements and not maintain intimate relationships for a period of no less than 30 days.


Do not perform this intervention on women in a pregnant or lactating state. The contraindication is also applied to people suffering from cardiovascular, systemic or autoimmune diseases, or with deficient coagulation or scarring.