Damage from vaginal deliveries or trauma to the vaginal area are usually not conditions women feel comfortable talking about even though they can be concerning. There are treatments for women who are interested in correcting damage done to their vagina, labia, perineum, and scars left by epistomties. Dr. Clark, of The Clark Center for Urogynecology in Newport Beach, California, can help you with restoring your form. He distinguishes himself based on his experience and formal training in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive surgery. If you are considering aesthetic vaginal surgery, you can be assured that Dr. Clark is an expert in the anatomy and function of the entire female pelvis and the interactivity between the bladder, rectum, vagina, and uterus. This makes him better qualified to provide treatment to your vaginal area than other physicians who are not specifically trained in this sub-specialty - after all, if you're having troubles with your car transmission, you wouldn't take it to the detail shop.
Surgery on the vagina and surrounding areas is completed for both medical and nonmedical need. Sometimes, a patient feels unhappy or self-conscious with the appearance of her labia, perineum, vagina, or episiotomy scar after delivery. For other women, appearance in this area is not a concern. For those that have concerns, aesthetic vaginal surgery can be a good solution.
There are noninvasive and surgical options available that may improve the function and appearance of the vagina and surrounding areas. Some of the options offered by The Clark Center for Urogynecology include:
Anyone who is unhappy with the appearance of their vaginal area and labia can be a candidate for one of these procedures. Dr. Clark will offer you the least invasive option that achieves your desired outcome.
A consultation with Dr. Clark is the best way to determine what your treatment options are and the expected recovery time will be. Dr. Clark utilizes many minimally invasive treatment options so that you experience the least amount of recovery time possible.
*Individual results may vary.