Laser vaginal tightening is one of the increasingly popular cosmetic gynecology methods of recent years. The procedure, also known as vaginal rejuvenation, vaginal renewal, vaginal rejuvenation, aims to rejuvenate the vagina by narrowing it. Since it is not a surgical procedure, you can find everything you wonder about vaginal tightening, which has a very low risk rate, in the rest of my article.
Why Laser Vagina Tightening?
Over time, the vagina can weaken and enlarge due to births, gynecological interventions, aging, menopause and sexual intercourse. This condition is more common in smokers and people with weak collagen connective tissue elasticity. In the laser vaginal tightening procedure, the blood flow in the vagina is tried to be increased with the laser applied into the vagina. At the same time, the laser stimulates the existing collagen connective tissue and synthesis of new collagen connective tissue. All this helps to tighten the vagina again. Laser vaginal tightening is an operation with low surgical risk. Unlike vaginoplasty, not only the entrance part of the vagina but the entire vagina is tightened. Laser vaginal tightening can be performed by women with orgasm problems and sexual dissatisfaction, as well as those with severe enlargement of the vagina, bladder prolapse or bowel prolapse.
How Is Laser Vaginal Tightening Performed?
During the laser vaginal tightening procedure, the patient is in the lying position on the gynecological examination table. The procedure does not require local or general anesthesia and there is no risk of infection as there is no surgical incision. During the laser vaginal tightening procedure, a laser probe is inserted into the vagina and the entire vagina is scanned transversely and longitudinally with this probe. These scans create a tightening effect on the vagina and help rejuvenate it. Fractionated carbon dioxide (CO2) and erbium yag (er:yag) lasers are generally used in vaginal tightening procedures.
After laser vaginal tightening, the patient can immediately return to her daily activities. It is normal to have a slightly pinkish, watery discharge after the procedure. Generally, it is not harmful to have intercourse 7 days after the procedure. The effects of laser vaginal tightening begin to show themselves on average one month after the procedure.