Many women lose vaginal muscle strength following childbirth but may also experience this concern due to extreme weight fluctuations, age, strenuous activity and lifting, and genetics. There are three commonly done procedures, which may be done individually or separately or even combined with other plastic surgery procedures.


Vaginoplasty (also known as posterior colporrhaphy) is a procedure designed to tighten the vagina. Inelasticity of the vaginal wall or opening (most often following childbirth), perceived loss of overall vaginal resiliency, which may cause, discomfort when using tampon, difficulty achieving sexual stimulation, noticeable sensation of lost muscle strength during intercourse or physical activity.

A vaginoplasty can improve this laxity and relieve the symptoms. This may be combined with a labiaplasty and fat fill to the labia majora to improve the aesthetic appearance.


Labiaplasty is a surgery for reshaping of the labia minora (inner lips of skin on each side of the vaginal opening) to correct a functional discomfort caused by an enlarged labia while playing sport, wearing tight underclothing or for aesthetic reasons (or both).

Fat Transfer to Labia Majora:

Women who are concerned about the shape and size of their labia majora (outer lips surrounding the vaginal opening), whether it is a result of natural childbirth, age, or even weight loss can opt for fat fill to the labia majora. This is a short surgical procedure carried out to correct and define the appearance of the outer labia creating a youthful, curvier and more proportioned appearance. This is always combined with a small liposuction