About Perineoplasty

Perineoplasty, also known as perineorrhaphy, is a surgical procedure offered at LiveYoung Aesthetic Gynac Clinic.
It involves the excision of lesions and adhesions in the perineum, along with the restoration of muscles around the vaginal opening. This intervention aims to repair or tighten the muscles and tissues of the perineum, which may have become stretched or damaged due to childbirth, injury, or other factors. Perineoplasty, provided at LiveYoung Aesthetic Gynac Clinic, is a cosmetic gynecological procedure intended to restore and improve the appearance and function of the perineum, situated between the vagina and the anus. It targets issues such as laxity, scarring, or discomfort in the perineal region, commonly associated with childbirth, injury, or the natural aging process.

Benefits of Perineoplasty

Restored Functionality

By restoring the muscles and tissues of the perineum, Perineoplasty can improve pelvic floor support and bladder control, reducing the risk of urinary incontinence.

Enhanced Intimate Relationships

By addressing physical concerns and improving self-confidence, Perineoplasty can lead to healthier and more satisfying intimate relationships.

Recovery from Childbirth

Perineoplasty can aid in the postpartum recovery process by repairing and tightening the perineal area, helping women regain pre-pregnancy comfort and function.

The Perineoplasty Procedure:

  • Consultation: The first step is a thorough consultation where your concerns and goals are discussed. This helps us tailor the procedure to your specific needs.

  • Preparation: Prior to the procedure, you’ll be given local anesthesia to ensure minimal discomfort.

  • Incision: The surgeon makes a small V-shaped or diamond incision at your vaginal opening.

  • Removal of Damaged Tissue: Any damaged tissue or excess scar tissue is carefully removed.

  • Muscle Repair: The surgeon repairs any underlying muscles that have been damaged or stretched. This could include the pubococcygeus muscles, bulbospongiosus muscles, and other muscles detached from their perineal attachments.

  • Closure: The incision is then stitched closed using dissolvable sutures.

  • Recovery: The procedure typically takes about an hour, and most patients can return to their normal activities within a few days.

Before & After