Vaginal ruga restoration

Although the subject of vaginal aesthetics has made rapid progress in recent years, new methods are being added to the existing methods. In recent years, after procedures such as labioplasty, labium majus plasty, and clitoral hood reduction, new methods have been developed for women to experience their sexuality with a higher quality. The first of these is the Vaginal Rugae Restoration (VRR), that is, the Restoration of the Vaginal Rugs.

What is Vaginal Ruga?
The vagina is a tubular organ about 8-10 cm long that extends from the vulva to the cervix. Normally, the anterior and posterior walls of the vagina are attached to each other and there are folds called rugae on the walls of the vagina. Vaginal patent leather has two functions. Thanks to rugae during birth, the vagina can expand enough for the baby to pass through. The second function is sexual function. These folds cause friction effect during sexual intercourse and have an important function in terms of the level of pleasure in both men and women.

Why Are Vaginal Rugas Removed?
Advancing age, menopause, multiple births, and difficult births cause these rugae to be erased from the vagina. Estrogen deficiency is also an important factor in the removal of rugae.

Disappearance and Symptoms of Vaginal Rugs?
They do not cause a problem with birth, as they usually occur after the childbearing age. However, it can cause very serious problems in terms of sexuality. Sexual dissatisfaction occurs due to the lack of pleasure of men and women, the feeling of wideness in the vagina and the loss of friction.

What is Vaginal Rugae Restoration (VRR)?
With the advancement of technology, we are able to recreate lost or deleted rugas. This procedure is called vaginal rugae restoration, with its Turkish name, vaginal rugae restoration.

How is Vaginal Rugae Restoration (VRR) Done?
Radiofrequency or CO2 laser is used for this process. Lost rugas are rebuilt. The procedure is performed with local anesthesia. It takes about 15-20 minutes. After the procedure, the patient can go home immediately and return to his daily work. Sexual intercourse is not recommended until rugae have formed.

Dr. Eser AĞAR

Gynecology and Obstetrics Specialist

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