What to Know About G-Spot Enhancement Surgery

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What to Know About G-Spot Enhancement Surgery

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Long-Term Solutions

Vaginal rejuvenation was the first step to opening up the floor for real solutions to feminine discomfort and a variety of other issues that enhanced the overall female sexual experience. These procedures included labiaplasty for the outer appearance of the labia, and a revolutionary treatment using radio frequency to tighten the vaginal interior called ThermiVa. Of course, some of these so-called vaginal rejuvenation treatments had only one of two options, work on the outer appearance and ignore the interior for aesthetic purposes, or tighten the interior temporarily. These solutions are nice, but they don’t truly help women in the long run and they often need to be redone rather quickly.

It’s then no surprise then that with the conversation of women’s sexual freedom that we’re talking about G-Spot Enhancement. This discussion about sexual vitality and expression has been a long time coming, but at the Australian Centre for Cosmetic/Genital Surgery it’s a conversation we’ve been having for years with our patients. There are so many things that we want to help our female patients change so that they can feel good all day every day and not just in the aesthetics of it all, but in their experience. We have all heard the conversation about the female orgasm and know that the majority of women just don’t feel it during their sexual experiences with their partner. When women are deprived of the orgasm, sex loses its appeal and becomes a chore. Women all over the world can experience a delightful G-Spot stimulation if they just had the right treatment in the right place.

According to a variety of studies done, 80% of women don’t orgasm during sex. That’s a lot of women that don’t get the full experience!

Let’s break down two different types of G-Spot treatments that you should know about:

  1. The G-Shot

    For women looking for something temporary to help them achieve orgasm, there is an injection that’s composed of hyaluronan which is a derivative of naturally synthesized acids in the body used in a variety of anti-ageing treatments. Like dermal fillers used in anti-ageing treatments, the G-Shot promises to help add volume to your G-Spot so that it’s more likely to be stimulated during intercourse. The G-Spot is an area that is about two inches into the vaginal opening on the upper wall, so the injection is quick and painless. During the injections process, patients will feel some pressure, but it’s nothing uncomfortable. As the injection sits in the body, collagen is called on to regenerate so that natural build-up can begin as long as the injection lasts. For most patients, these G-Shot injections last anywhere from four to six months time and will need to be reapplied after six months or sooner to repeat this stimulation.

  2. G-Spot Enhancement Surgery

    For women who don’t want to treat their G-Spot constantly, there is another solution to the problem of reduced stimulation in this area. At Australian Centre for Cosmetic/Genital Surgery, we offer permanent G-Spot enhancement surgery that will restructure the G-Spot with skin grafts, or PERMANENT injections (one time only) to enhance the size of the G-Spot. We do this by working through the urethra and implanting the Permanent injections or fat grafts that will extend the G-Spot for maximum exposure to stimulation. Once the surgery is done, we ask that our patient allows maximum healing for ten days and that no sexual activity happens at this time.

We also ask that our patients know what to expect after surgery, meaning it is best if our patients understand their sexual pleasure in this area and they explore the difference before surgery. Don’t let a small thing like an unstimulated G-Spot get you down, but try some of these alternatives to reveal your sexual awakening. Call the Australian Centre for Cosmetic/Genital Surgery today to learn more about our G-Spot enhancement surgery on 0414 251 234.

Prof Colin Moore