Vaginoplasty refers to the posterior reconstruction of the vaginal vault and perineum, making the vagina smaller and pelvic floor stronger to assist in achieving the youthful
gratification of sexual activity.
As we get older our bodies get worn, torn, stretched and some of our youthful resilience is reduced. The same happens to the vaginal
tissues and pelvic floor, especially after pregnancy. The vaginal vault and pelvic floor are stretched, dilated, pelvic muscles become
too relaxed, loose strength and tone, and you loose some or all support and control. The vaginal vault becomes stretched and it
looses the dilating effect during sexual intercourse and you no longer have the ability to contract, squeeze and relax your vaginal
muscles at will. Vaginoplasty typically tones
vaginal muscle and strengthens the pelvic floors, resulting in greater contraction strength and control, thereby enhancing the sexual experience for the man and the woman.