Vaginal Rejuvenation, Vaginoplasty or vaginal tightening surgery is the ultimate procedure to fix vaginal laxity and enhance female intimacy and sexual gratification. Dr. Miklos & Moore have been helping patients who complain of vaginal laxity and less friction with intercourse since 2001. Through an artistic surgical technique they can actually reduce the vaginal diameter and tighten the internal and external vaginal canal to enhance friction with intercourse. Drs. Miklos & Moore were the first board certified urogynecologists in the U.S.A. to offer women vaginal rejuvenation surgery. Drs. Miklos and Moore have performed 1000’s of vaginal tightening procedures. Read more about Dr. Miklos & Moore success rate by clicking below.
Vaginal Rejuvenation Surgery can be performed during complete vaginal reconstructive surgery for any patient who has pelvic organ prolapse or urinary incontinence. This technique can also be combined with all surgical procedures including: facial plastic surgery, abdominoplasty, liposuction or any other cosmetic vaginal procedure mentioned below. You can see Drs. Miklos & Moore’s vaginal rejuvenation cosmetic results by clicking below.
Dr. Miklos and Moore were the first subspecialists in the field of Urogynecology and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery to perform vaginal rejuvenation surgery and have been performing these surgeries for over 14 years. They authored the FIRST study on Vaginal Rejuvenation using validated sexual function questionnaires, the FIRST chapter on Vaginal Cosmetic Surgery in an Internationally Recognized Medical Textbook and authored the FIRST book on Vaginal Rejuvenation for women. They are recognized throughout the world as leaders in the field of vaginal rejuvenation.
Quite often when patients experience vaginal relaxation they usually have a medical diagnosis of vaginal prolapse (i.e. Cystocele, Rectocele, Uterine Prolapse) and insurance may help pay for a portion the procedure. Most other Vaginal Rejuvenation centers do NOT utilize insurance in any form to help pay for surgery and do NOT repair prolapse or treat urinary incontinence at the same time.
Why choose a Board Certified Urogynecologist & Reconstructive Vaginal Surgeon versus a Plastic Surgeon or General Gynecologist?
Plastic Surgeons – Total training time (after medical school) – 5-6 years — little time dedicated to vagina surgery.
Gynecologists –Total training time (after medical school) – 4 years – approx. 1.5 years dedicated to vaginal surgery.
Urogynecologists – Total training time (after medical school) – 6-7 years – with 3.5 – 4.5 years dedicated to vaginal surgery.
Drs. Miklos & Moore – Both surgeons are trained as Gynecologists, but have also trained an extra 4 years doing two fellowships – one leading to board-certification in Urogynecology & Reconstructive Vaginal Surgery (2 years) and a second fellowship in Minimally Invasive Reconstructive Vaginal Surgery (2 years). They have spent an extra 4 years dedicated to vaginal reconstructive surgery. Total training time (after medical school) – 8 years– with 5.5 years dedicated to Vaginal Reconstructive Surgery.