Vaginal Reconstruction

*Disclaimer – Results may vary from Person to Person

The procedure is reconstructive when the vagina is injured or lost due to trauma, cancer or may be due to radiation. Lastly, there is non-constructive/non-reconstructive ‘cosmetic’ Vaginoplasty, more frequently known as vaginal reconstruction, in which the mucocutaneous tissue of the labia and lower vagina are partly excised and tightened.

Vaginal rejuvenation is frequently two combined distinct surgeries of Labiaplasty and Vaginoplasty, to reinstate or increase the vagina’s cosmetic appearance. Labiaplasty is a labia reduction and cosmetic enhancement genital surgical process to reduce or modify the shape of the labia minora (small lips) on the outside of the vagina.

Some surgeries are desired for discomfort occurring from chronic labial exasperation that develops from taut clothing, sex, sports or other bodily activities. Vaginoplasty surgery is done by eliminating surfeit vaginal lining and tightening the nearby soft tissues and muscles.

The post-operative product of vaginoplasty is uneven; it usually allows coitus after a week, although sensation might not always be there. In lush women, menstruation and fertilization are guaranteed when the uterus and the ovaries have potted their normal functions; in a few cases, vaginal childbirth is likely.

Procedures for Vaginal Reconstruction

Vaginoplasty utilizes autologous (patient-derived) tissue from the patient’s person, to build areas of the vagina and areas of the vulvovaginal complex. The tissues obtainable for surgical correction include the oral mucosa, skin flaps, skin grafts, penile tissue and intestinal mucosa.

In surgical Praxis, it is essential to electrolytically eliminate the follicles from a hair-bearing skin graft, except the surgeon directs or else; usually, the skin graft is depliated intra-operatively, either manually (scraped) or by electro cauterization.

*Disclaimer – Results may vary from Person to Person

Numerous vaginoplasties are there:

Balloon vaginoplasty

In this technique, a foley catheter is laparoscopically inserted to the recto uterine pouch upon which gradual traction and distension are applied to create a neovagina.

Buccal (oral) mucosa

A relatively new surgical approach to treating vaginal agenesis is utilizing the buccal mucosa as the tissue for lining the vagina (ca. 8.0 cm. deep). The medical benefits of this Vaginoplasty technique contain the biological and healing qualities of the buccal mucosa tissue and a short, post-operative recovery for the patient.


The Colovaginoplasty (colon section) technique creates a vagina by cutting away a section of the sigmoid colon and using it to shape a vaginal lining. This surgery is carried out on women with androgen insensitive syndrome, vaginal agenesis, müllerian agenesis, and added intersexual conditions

McIndoe technique

The McIndoe Vaginoplasty technique uses split-thickness skin grafts that wrap a mold, which then is inserted into a surgically created gap, amid the bladder and the rectum.

Advantages and Disadvantages

The advantages are a bodily comfortable health and an improved personality (mental health); the potential disadvantages have decreased clitoral and genital sensation, and complications, such as infection, tissue adhesions, and some other minor complications.

Karishma Laser and Cosmetic clinic is imbibed with ultra modern equipment to serve all type of surgeries with much ease.