Non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation treatments provide women with an alternative to surgery that achieves results nearly as quickly, but not for a long time. These treatments use highly focused energy, either radiofrequency or laser, to invoke tissue contraction and promote collagen production in the vulvovaginal tissues. Beside energy, Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) can be used to rejuvenate the vagina, treat postmenopausal vaginal atrophy, improve orgasms, and enhance urinary control. The G-spot amplification, a procedure geared towards enhancing sexuality, improves the chances of easier, longer, and more intense orgasms, involves either injections of PRP or non-permanent filler (typically hyaluronic acid). Fat grafting, also called autologous (your own) fat transfer, allows rebuilding the shape of labia majora after extensive loss weight and age-related changes.
PRP procedures for vaginal (vulvar) rejuvenation:
Presently, PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) can be used not only for the ‘vampire facelift’ or for ‘vampire breast lift’ but also for other, more intimate areas such as vaginal (vulvar) rejuvenation. The blood is taken from the patient (usually their arm) and is spun through a centrifuge machine to separate out plasma containing a high concentration of platelets – at least four to eight times normal levels. This PRP is rich in growth factors, naturally occurring substances that stimulate cell growth and proliferation, and thereby promote tissue regeneration. The point of this treatment is that when you inject platelets into one place, it regenerates the area that is injected. In the vagina, the skin becomes thicker and firmer, giving it a glow and making it look much more youthful. You also increase vascularisation into the area, which in turn means sensitivity is dramatically increased. In addition, the newly plumped skin of the vaginal wall provides a supporting structure for the urethra, making PRP an effective treatment for sexual disturbance and even urinary incontinence.