TreatmentsGeneral anatomy of the female genital apparatus
Front view of the female external genital tract and its structures, the labia minora are the inner ones and surround the vaginal opening, while the labia majora form the most external part of the vulva. The perineum is the area that lies between the entrance to the vagina and the anus.
The top of the labia minora come together forming the clitoral hood, while, when they meet posteriorly, form an area called the vaginal fourchette.
At the vaginal opening, some course structures can bee seen which are simply the remnants of the hymen.
Labiaplasty models the labia minora and the clitoral hood, whereas vaginal rejuvenation surgery is focused on returning the vagina and its opening to the size and looks of its youth. Hymenoplasty (or hymenorraphy) replaces the mucous remnants of the hymen with a membrane as the one existing before the first intercourse.
Spatial view of the female genital apparatus in which, from right to left, the spatial distribution of the vulva, vagina, uterus and ovaries can be seen. Only the vulva is externally visible.
Vaginal rejuvenation restores the vaginal canal to the size and consistency of its youth.
Genital redesign surgery modifies the aesthetics of the external genital apparatus: labia minora, labia majora, clitoris, perineum and hymen.