Can I get vaginal rejuvenation?
Vaginal rejuvenation is a blanket term for the series of procedures that include labiaplasty, clitoral hood reduction, hymenoplasty, vaginal tightening, and vaginal or vulvar tissue improvements. Some of these vaginal rejuvenation procedures are considered ‘major’ procedures, while the vaginal rejuvenation laser and the ThermiVa vaginal RF machine, in particular, is considered a ‘minor’ procedure.
At ENRICH, we perform vaginal rejuvenation using the Juliet laser and the ThermiVa radiofrequency machine, which can also plump or shrink the labia minora or majora, as well as tighten and rejuvenate the vagina and bladder area.
Most women who seek vaginal rejuvenation are able to go through our vaginal rejuvenation program with excellent results with very low risks.
Can I my vagina be rejuvenated?
- If you are not pregnant
- Have had a recent normal pap smear
- Have no vaginal infections
- Have no urinary tract infections
- Do not have undiagnosed abnormal vaginal bleeding
Age restrictions for vaginal rejuvenation
There are no age restrictions on vaginal rejuvenation procedures, but some guidelines are in place to protect you against rushing into procedures that may not be in your best interests, though at ENRICH, we take great care to make sure every client is suitable for the procedures they seek.
Younger clients are treated with extra care not only by our doctors, but also by law, since altering your appearance with surgery is permanent and not suitable for everyone who wants it.
The law regarding under-18s
As of October 2016, the Medical Board of Australia requires that anyone under 18 wishing to undergo major procedures is evaluated by a registered general practitioner, psychologist or psychiatrist, and abides by a three-month cooling-off period prior to surgery.
Minor procedures, including those using our state-of-the-art vaginal rejuvenation laser, require a seven-day cooling-off period for under-18s, and if it is deemed appropriate, an evaluation by a psychologist.
Major cosmetic medical and surgical procedures
means any procedure that cuts beneath the skin. This would include labiaplasty, hymenoplasty, and clitoral hood reductions, but because a laser does not cut the skin, vaginal rejuvenation that improves vaginal tissue structure is considered minor and non-surgical.
Minor (non-surgical) cosmetic medical procedures
do not involve any cuts beneath the skin, but can involve piercing the skin, for example mole removal and laser treatments on the skin or inside the vagina.
We understand that undergoing a cosmetic procedure is a very personal decision, so we welcome the opportunity to impress you. Contact us to arrange a personal consultation.
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