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Genital Aesthetic Surgeries

Genital aesthetic surgeries are surgical or minimally invasive procedures aimed at improving the appearance or function in the genital area of women or men. This type of surgery may be preferred for personal preferences, anatomical disorders or to improve the quality of life. In this article, we will cover the topic in more detail, presenting basic information about genital aesthetic surgeries.

Types of Genital Aesthetic Surgery:

  1. Labiaplasty (Vagina Aesthetics): Labiaplasty is performed to correct or reshape the shape of the inner or outer lips (labium minora or labium majora). This surgery may be preferred for aesthetic reasons or to improve the comfort of clothing.

  2. Vaginal Tightening (Vaginoplasty): Vaginal tightening surgery aims to increase the tightness of the vaginal canal. It may be preferred for people who experience vaginal relaxation after childbirth or due to the effects of aging.

  3. Clitoral Valve Aesthetics: Clitoral valve aesthetics are performed to correct the skin tissue around the clitoris. It aims to improve the aesthetic appearance.

Surgery Process and Healing

Genital aesthetic surgeries are usually performed with local or general anesthesia. Minimally invasive procedures can lead to faster recovery. The recovery process may vary depending on the type of surgery and the person's body structure.

Aims and Preferences

Genital aesthetic surgeries are preferred depending on personal preferences or anatomical disorders. Some people may consider surgery to improve their sexual self-esteem or improve their quality of life.

Risks and Reactions

Genital aesthetic surgeries also involve risks like other surgical procedures. Possible complications such as infection, bleeding, anesthesia risks should be considered.

Genital aesthetic surgeries are a treatment option that can be preferred in line with the personal preferences or anatomical disorders of individuals. However, as with any medical procedure, it is important to seek advice from a specialist doctor before surgery, to understand the risks and to be prepared for the post-operative recovery process.