NEWS

  • Is My Vagina Normal?

    Many women are concerned with the way their vaginas look because it looks different from photos and videos that they’ve seen in the media. “Is my vagina normal?” is a common question asked by many women. There is no standard…

     
  • The Downlow: Urge vs. Stress Incontinence

    Check out the first episode of our new series “The Downlow” where we explain the difference between the two types of urinary incontinence: stress and urge. Stress urinary incontinence occurs with increased stress or pressure from laughing, coughing, sneezing, exercise…

     
  • Benefits of Vaginal Estrogen

    Estrogen is a naturally occurring hormone present in females that is secreted mainly by the ovaries. Its main function is female reproduction and sex characteristics but also contributes to cognition, mental health and immunity. As women age, and after some…

     
  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse

    A prolapse is a dropping of surrounding organs into the vagina. This can include the bladder (cystocele), uterus, small intestine (enterocele) or rectum (rectocele). In some cases, there is prolapse of all of these organs, causing a significant vaginal bulge,…

     
  • Rectocele Repair and Vaginal Rejuvenation

    There are two components of vaginal rejuvenation, vaginoplasty and perineoplasty. Vaginoplasty is a surgery done to restore the inner caliber of the vagina and perineoplasty is the procedure used to tighten the opening of the vagina. Patients who are considering…

     
  • Labiaplasty Surgery: Expert care at an affordable cost

    The price of labiaplasty surgery and labia majora reduction varies from provider to provider and may also vary by state or location. The majority of the cost of the procedure is attributable to the surgeon’s fee, facility fee and anesthesia…

     
  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse: Something falling out of the vagina

    What is a prolapse? A prolapse is a dropping of surrounding organs into the vagina. This can include the bladder (cystocele), uterus, small intestine (enterocele) or rectum (rectocele). In some cases, there is prolapse of all of these organs, causing…

     
  • Can Labia Minora and Labia Majoria Reductions Be Performed at The Same Time?

    In many cases both procedures can be done at the same time. However, if the incisions are significantly close to one another we sometimes we recommend that the procedures are done in two separate settings to allow for healing time…

     
  • Does Clitoral Hood Reduction Increase Sensation with Intercourse?

    Excess labial tissue and excess skin around the clitoris (the clitoral prepuce or clitoral hood) can cover the clitoris, making it more difficult to achieve clitoral stimulation with intercourse. The excess labial tissue can extend laterally along the sides of…

     
  • Labiaplasty Technique: Wedge vs. Trimming

    Typically, labiaplasty and clitoral hood reduction combines both the trimming and the wedge technique. In the image above, the trimming technique was used to reduce the majority of the overgrown labia. The top part of the labia that also forms…