vaginal tightening


Each year, experts predict thousands of women will seek surgical vaginoplasty for vaginal tightening. Also, to repair the loss of elasticity that can occur over time after sex, childbirth and certain medical conditions. The average cost of surgical vaginoplasty can range from $3,000 to $10,000. As reported the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Finally, insurance does not cover the procedure and vaginoplasty often requires patients under go anesthesia.

For those looking for less invasive ways to achieve vaginal tightening, there are also other non-surgical options to consider. We asked gynecologist Carolyn A. DeLucia, MD, FACOG, part of the team who performs vaginal rejuvenations at VSPOT MediSpa, a ladies only vaginal rejuvenation spa in New York City.

“A ‘vaginal rejuvenation’ is a non-reconstructive vaginoplasty,” says DeLucia. “These are the newest non-surgical vaginal tightening technologies that are available to increase sexual satisfaction.” Finally, get ready to take notes.

Electric Stimulation

“Electrical stimulation will not directly cause vaginal tightening. However, electrical stimulation helps begin to stimulate and exercise the muscles of the vaginal/pelvic floor. Aka the levator muscles,” says DeLucia. “There is also an at home device called the APEX that can be used in place of Kegels to help aid in reducing leakage.”


ThermiVa uses radio frequency to gently heat tissue to tighten the vaginal canal,” says DeLucia. “For best results, doctors recommend three 30-minute sessions. Although some women do see results after three treatments, the history of radio frequency shows that results tend to be short term.”


Treat vaginal looseness in three easy, pain-free, ten-minute sessions with the Femilift,” says DeLucia. “A wand emits a 360-degree fractional Co2 laser throughout the vaginal canal. Which also promotes the production of collagen. This collagen increases friction which also increases sexual satisfaction and reduces leakage from urinary incontinence.” The owner of the VSPOT, Cindy Barshop‘s team of top women gynecologists, say clients are extremely satisfied and are left Kegel-free.

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