Vaginal Tightening in Toronto
Deep Plane Vaginal Tightening
You have experienced childbirth and talk about the joys of seeing your newborn baby for the first time. But what happened to your most intimate areas after giving birth vaginally? You and your partner no longer enjoy the same level of sexual gratification you once had before childbirth. On top of that, you suffer from embarrassing accidents caused by uncontrollable urine leakage.
Most women think their waning sex life and urinary incontinence is due to a lack of sleep or the stress of raising a family, rather than an anatomical problem. In reality, vaginal muscles expand throughout the delivery of a healthy child and, in some cases, do not return to their prior strength or position. This can result in a larger vaginal opening and canal with weak vaginal muscles — all leading to sexual problems and leakage.
Kegel exercises can strengthen vaginal muscles before and after delivery, but they didn’t work for you. What can you do?
Vaginal rejuvenation surgery, also known as vaginoplasty and vaginal tightening, removes excess vaginal lining and tightens vaginal muscles to make the entrance and canal smaller. Vaginal tissues that possess no muscles are also tightened, thereby increasing feelings of sexual gratification and enhancing orgasms for both you and your partner during intercourse.
Why Have Vaginal Tightening Done?
- You have noticed a lack of sexual satisfaction after childbirth for you and your partner.
- As you age, you have noticed your vaginal muscles have become lax.
- You feel as though your vagina is larger and looser than you would like it to be.
- You dislike how your vaginal opening looks.
- You experience leakage of urine when laughing, excercising or doing other activities.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I get vaginoplasty?
How long after giving birth must you wait before having vaginal rejuvenation surgery?
What's the difference between labiaplasty and vaginooplasty?
When will I see my results?
Will vaginal rejuvenation surgery improve my sex life?
- Making your vagina stronger
- Making your vagina more aesthetically pleasing to look at
- Giving you more control over your vaginal muscles
- Enhancing the sexual experience for you and your partner
- Increasing genital sensations inside your vagina
- Improving friction during intercourse
Can vaginal rejuvenation improve bladder & rectal function?
What can't vaginal tightening do?
- A cure-all for sexual dysfunction
- A way to renew interest in sexual activity
- A remedy for orgasmic inadequacy
- A cure for bladder control issues that are not related to the vagina
Sexual dysfunction problems are in many ways linked to a person’s mental health rather than their anatomical structure. Bladder control issues that cannot be fixed with vaginoplasty need to be addressed with your general practitioner or another specialist. If you suffer from any of the above, please visit your general practitioner who can recommend a therapist or specialist that will address the underlying causes of these problems.
When can I have sex again?
Can I have a baby if I get vaginoplasty?
What are the risks?
- Excessive bleeding
- Hematoma – a solid swelling of clotted blood
- Changes in sexual sensation
- Dyspareunia – difficulty having intercourse
Rarer risks include anal injury and fistula (hole in rectal area and connection between vagina and rectum). You will have a recal exam after your surgery to detect this.
These risks are typically rare as long as you are healthy and overall, the incidence of complications from vaginoplasty is very low. In fact, one study showed that what patients perceived as complications were actually a breakdown in communication with their surgeons. Fortunately, your consultation with Dr. Judah will be thorough and complete. Together, you will discuss your expectations from surgery, the realities of what Dr. Judah can do, and specific pre- and post-operative instructions. If you effectively communicate your expectations, and if you precisely follow Dr. Judah’s instructions, the majority of risks and complications can be avoided. In mitigating these risks, it is easy to see that vaginal rejuvenation surgery is a safe, effective procedure to restore your confidence in your most womanly attribute.
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Why Dr. Judah Is The Master Of Vaginal Tightening In Toronto
Excellent Functional And Aesthetic Results
Dr. Sybil Judah
Master of Lower Body Surgery
Vaginoplasty is a treatment that modifies the female genitalia, a part of a woman’s body that is highly complex. That’s why there is a whole field dedicated to this anatomical area: obstetrics and gynaecology. Obstetricians and gynaecologists (OBGYNs) devote their entire medical practice to treating the female genital area and reproductive system.
You may see some plastic surgeons performing vaginoplasty, as well as labiaplasty. However, plastic surgeons do not extensively study the female genital area in their training. Do you want someone with limited knowledge treating your most delicate area and performing your vaginal tightening surgery?
Our vaginoplasty specialist, Dr. Sybil Judah, has almost 30 years of experience as a board certified OBGYN. She has devoted her life to learning about female anatomy and improving women’s health. Not only is she on staff at St. Joseph’s Health Centre, she also is the chief of at OBGYN St. Joseph’s Health Centre.
Deep Plane Vaginoplasty™: the gold standard of vaginal tightening
Because Dr. Judah has such profound knowledge of the female anatomy, she can safely apply techniques that treat the internal vaginal structures. Deep Plane Vaginoplasty™ is a technique that no other plastic surgeon performs. It is essentially a method of tightening the deeper layers of the vaginal canal, rather than just the surface and skin. Your results are not superficial like those that plastic surgeons achieve, because all they really do is remove skin and bring the remaining together. As a matter of fact, not many gynaecologists do the deep plane technique, either. This is because Dr. Judah has been extensively trained by vaginal surgeons who taught her this technique. The whole caliber of your vagina will be made smaller, along with the opening. Excess tissue will also be removed at your perineum (the area between your vagina and anus). You’ll have a longer lasting, natural tightening of your vagina, exactly where most of the sexual sensation is concentrated: in the lower third of the vaginal canal.