Vaginal Rejuvenation & Labiaplasty

REVOLUTIONARY NEW TREATMENTS
FOR LABIAS AND VAGINAS

The vagina, like every other bodily system, will show signs of age with time. The female vagina and pelvic floor has a variety of unique stresses and challenges including pregnancy, vaginal deliveries, menopause, medical treatments, and hormonal deficiencies. 

GET YOUR GAME BACK

REVOLUTIONARY

FOREVER

Vaginal rejuvenation includes refreshing all aspects of female vaginal health such as reducing overly long vaginal lips.

Highlights

  • Surgical and non-surgical options
  • Improve the appearance of your labia
  • Reduce vaginal dryness 
  • Overcome stress urinary incontinence 
  • Recover your former vaginal tightness
  • Permanent results

Topics

Reasons For Treatment

Issues Treatments Address

Understanding diVa Treatments

diVa Vaginal Rejuvenation

Labiaplasty: Watch A Procedure Live

Labiaplasty: Watch A Procedure Live

New Innovations

CHANGING
WITH AGE

Your Amazing Body

A woman's body changes with age and life events such as childbirth or menopause. There are often sudden changes or a gradual decline in vaginal health over the years. Factors that may affect your vaginal health include pregnancy and childbirth, natural aging and menopause, cancer and chemotherapy, STDs, or various other health and medical concerns.

Chemotherapy

& Cancer Treatment

Breast cancer treatment such as chemotherapy can also affect vaginal health. Chemotherapy has the potential to damage the body’s tissue, including the vaginal area, which can cause painful sores or infection. In some cases, after recovering from cancer, a vaginal rejuvenation may help you feel more like yourself again. 

Aging

Menopause

Menopause and other events such as a hysterectomy or activities like breastfeeding may lead to reduced estrogen production by the ovaries which can cause thinning, drying and inflammation of the vaginal tissue.

Women will lose estrogen as they approach menopause.  According to the North American Menopause Society, estrogen normally supports the health of the vaginal walls; the vaginal lining becomes thicker, and the number of mucosal folds increases. These changes are presumably to prepare the vagina for the potential for intercourse and childbirth. 

After menopause, however, estrogen levels will fall. The vaginal lining begins to thin, there are fewer folds, and the vagina becomes less flexible. This condition is referred to as vulvovaginal atrophy. 

Pregnancy

& Childbirth

Childbirth stretches the vaginal canal and surrounding tissue. While the vagina can mostly be repaired by the body’s own healing response, many women experience vaginal tissue that may not fully return to the same state as before childbirth. The stretching damages the vaginal walls, perineum, and surrounding tissue, which often leads to diminished vaginal health. 

Pregnancy and having your children are obviously a blessing. Unfortunately, the price is a dramatic change in a woman’s anatomy and physiology. Not only does pregnancy affect changes in your breasts and abdomen, but the weight and size of the baby during the pregnancy puts pressure and stretch on the pelvic floor. 

In addition, the vaginal childbirth will often lead to stretching of ligaments and tearing of the vaginal muscles and lining. These changes unfortunately can lead to loose vaginal walls that are often less dynamic, dilation and extension of the vaginal labia, and stress urinary incontinence. Some reports show that up to 70% of women after vaginal deliveries will experience some for of stress urinary incontinence. 

Other Natural

Health Concerns

Unprotected sex leading to STDs, certain medical treatments, fluctuating hormone levels, vaginitis, and other rare medical concerns could also lead to vaginal issues. After recovering from any such concerns, consult your doctor about whether a vaginal rejuvenation would be appropriate for you. 

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Let's Talk About

Vaginal Health

The TABOO Topic

Vaginal health is all too often a taboo subject to talk about. 

Women find it difficult to voice their concerns about their the medical concerns about their vaginal health; voicing their cosmetic observations about the vaginal area is mostly unheard of even if their concerns are reasonable.  

Less than 10% of women who come in for a labiaplasty procedure tell their friends or family that they are having the procedure for fear of what they might think. The number of women who discuss suffering from stress urinary incontinence is equally low. 

This is in the face of huge advancements in the treatment options for their concerns. This article will highlight some of these advancements from cosmetic vaginal rejuvenation procedures to the diVa Laser. 

Painful

Intercourse

Painful intercourse can also be blamed in part on the consequences of age and decrease in estrogen include in vaginal lubrication, thin and irritated mucosa, and the inflammation of the surrounding tissue.

Vaginal Laxity

Stretching

Vaginal laxity is due a a combination of factors including the vulvovaginal atrophy from a fall in estrogen as well as the stretch and or tear of the vaginal tissue with vaginal deliveries. Vaginal laxity can lead to a decrease in sexual satisfaction.

Vaginal

Dryness

Subsequent to the decrease in estrogen as a woman approaches menopause, the dry and fragile vulvovaginal tissues are increasingly susceptible to injury, shearing, and bleeding particularly during intercourse. The vaginal lining begins to thin, there are fewer folds, and the vagina becomes less flexible. The result is the a decrease in mucosal lubrication and a possible increase in painful intercourse

Stress Urinary

Incontinence

Stress incontinence is the inability to control your urge to urinate in certain circumstances. Do you pee when you jump, sneeze, cough, or run? If you do, then you likely have stress urinary incontinence. Stress urinary incontinence affects up to 70% of women after vaginal deliveries. It’s a serious and embarrassing disorder and can lead to social isolation. Any pressure placed on the abdomen and bladder can lead to the loss of urine.

DiVA is effective in the treatment of stress urinary incontinence in up to 80-90% of women.

One Laser

THREE
TREATMENTS

How Much Improvement Is There?

DiVa Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation has been shown to improve these condition by up to 80-90% in 80 percent of women.

How Many Treatments Are Required?

DiVa Laser Vaginal Therapy requires three treatments about four to six weeks apart to achieve optimal results and patient satisfaction. 

How Long Does A Treatment Take?

DiVa Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation is as convenient as it is effective! Each treatment takes only about three to five minutes in our office.

1. Resurfacing the Vaginal Walls

The first laser deeply resurfaces the layers of the vaginal wall, replacing it with brand new, healthy tissue. 

2. Heating Tissue

The second laser heats the layers of the tissue where collagen exists. 

3. Replacing Damaged Tissue

The final laser resurfaces the vaginal wall replacing the damaged tissue with healthy, new tissue to improve overall vaginal health. 

VAGINAL
REJUVENATION

HOW THE diVa TREATMENT WORKS

DiVa laser vaginal therapy is a quick, comfortable, no downtime vaginal rejuvenation solution. DiVa is an FDA-cleared vaginal therapy system which utilizes the world’s first and only revolutionary Hybrid Fractional Laser technology to restore vaginal tissue and improve sexual health.

  • INDIVIDUALIZED: diVa provides multiple treatment options.
  • SPEED: A 360 degree treatment takes only 3 to 5 minutes. 
  • COMFORT: The procedure is easy and involves no movement on the vaginal wall.
  • SAFETY: Single use injections ensure guaranteed safety. 

Under 5 Minutes

VERY FAST

FAST and VIRTUALLY PAINLESS

The diVa laser technology allows us to tailor our treatments to each woman’s unique, intimate health needs, providing women with restored confidence and feelings of increased self-esteem and sensuality.  

DiVa Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation was introduced in 2017 and has already revolutionized the treatment of many issues that affect women as they age including: stress urinary incontinence, vaginal dryness, vaginal laxity, vaginal atrophy, and painful sex. 

WATCH A LIVE LABIAPLASTY

Warning: NSFW; Graphic Content

Labiaplasty surgery is the cosmetic shortening of the inner lips or labia minora. The labiaplasty surgery was the fastest growing plastic surgery procedure in the United States in 2016 as well as our practice in Leesburg, Virginia.

In The News

AWARENESS

Social Media is taking notice

The dramatic increase in the procedure is due in part to the awareness made available by the internet and social media which has also contributed to its general acceptance. 

Both men and women have a better understanding of what “average” genitalia looks like. If the genitalia they have is different from what they believe to be “average,” they might experience anxiety, feelings of being “abnormal,” or become self-conscious. Men and women alike often desire to have the ideal physical body

CONTACT OUR OFFICE:

Our office can provide you will helpful information, schedule a free consultation, and walk you through the process of having the procedure covered by your insurance. You can even get an awesome 3D Vectra scan with us for free (this is like virtual reality for your own desired cosmetic procedure before & after).

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How to Make Vaginal Rejuvenation

MORE AFFORDABLE

PRE-BOOKING DISCOUNT

Patients that pre-book their next appointment decrease our administrative and marketing expenditures. Pre-booking also ensures that your anti-aging efforts are optimized and decrease the time of your next visit. We want to pass these savings on to YOU!

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PLASTIC SURGERY FACILITY

Our state-of-the-art medical facility provides a safe and convenient cosmetic oasis where world class technology and equipment is coupled with a caring, compassionate staff. You will be welcomed into a chic, inviting reception area and greeted by our friendly patient coordinator. Your treatment will be performed in one of our cutting edge suites, and then you will be escorted to our soothing, restorative recovery rooms. Concierge service and boutique amenities await at every stage of your journey.

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Medicine

Nonsurgical

Botox treats only one of Dr. Chang’s 4 Pillars of Facial Aging.

These include the loss of facial volume, the loss and break-down of tissue collagen, the resulting hyperactivity of the muscles of facial expression, and the surface skin changes that change the radiance of your skin.  

Skin Care & Lasers
Cosmetic Fillers
Botox
Skin Tightening

Women will lose estrogen as they approach menopause.  According to the North American Menopause Society, estrogen normally supports the health of the vaginal walls; the vaginal lining becomes thicker, and the number of mucosal folds increases.  These changes are presumably to prepare the vagina for the potential for intercourse and childbirth. 

After menopause, however, estrogen levels will fall.  The vaginal lining begins to thin, there are fewer folds, and the vagina becomes less flexible.  This condition is referred to as vulvogaginal atrophy.

The dry and fragile vulvovaginal tissues are increasingly susceptible to injury, shearing, and bleeding during intercourse.  When a woman doesn’t have intercourse or other vaginal sexual activity on a regular basis following menopause, her vagina may also become shorter and narrower.

Then, when she does try to have intercourse, she is likely to experience pain, even if she uses a lubricant. That’s because dry, fragile vulvovaginal tissues are susceptible to injury, tearing, and bleeding during intercourse or any penetration of the vagina. 

These menopause-related vulvovaginal symptoms may occur early in the menopause transition or not until after several years of reduced estrogen levels. What’s more, not all women develop troublesome vulvovaginal symptoms around menopause.

But those women who do experience vulvovaginal symptoms (dryness, irritation, burning, itchiness, pain) should not automatically assume that reduced estrogen levels are the reason for these symptoms

Atrophic vaginitis. When “–itis” is added to a word, it generally means inflammation. Inflammation of the vagina after menopause in a woman who is not using hormone therapy is called “atrophic vaginitis.” This condition can include redness of the vagina and vaginal discharge. It’s associated with the loss of estrogen after menopause and usually improves with the use of low doses of vaginal estrogen therapy

After menopause, however, estrogen levels will fall.  The vaginal lining begins to thin, there are fewer folds, and the vagina becomes less flexible.  This condition is referred to as vulvo-vaginal atrophy.

When a woman doesn’t have intercourse or other vaginal sexual activity on a regular basis following menopause, her vagina may also become shorter and narrower. Then, when she does try to have intercourse, she is likely to experience pain, even if she uses a lubricant. That’s because dry, fragile vulvovaginal tissues are susceptible to injury, tearing, and bleeding during intercourse or any penetration of the vagina.

Atrophic vaginitis. When “–itis” is added to a word, it generally means inflammation. Inflammation of the vagina after menopause in a woman who is not using hormone therapy is called “atrophic vaginitis.” This condition can include redness of the vagina and vaginal discharge. It’s associated with the loss of estrogen after menopause and usually improves with the use of low doses of vaginal estrogen therapy, as discussed later.

These menopause-related vulvovaginal symptoms may occur early in the menopause transition or not until after several years of reduced estrogen levels. What’s more, not all women develop troublesome vulvovaginal symptoms around menopause. But those women who do experience vulvovaginal symptoms (dryness, irritation, burning, itchiness, pain) should not automatically assume that reduced estrogen levels are the reason for these symptoms,