Looking for vaginal rejuvenation? In Tijuana you’ll find medical expertise, contemporary clinics and a great customer care ethic – in fact, everything you’ll find at home but for a whole lot less.
Vaginal rejuvenation is becoming more popular for western women – partly because cosmetic surgery is an easy way to change a part of your appearance your unhappy about, and partly because some of the rejuvenation procedures can enhance sexual pleasure. Vaginal rejuvenation is not just an esthetic procedure – it also helps with function, tightening vaginal muscles and repairing structures that have been damaged through childbirth.
Most people usually include vaginoplasty as one of the procedures in their rejuvenation. Vaginoplasty is used to repair tears in the vaginal wall, but can tighten loose muscles caused by childbirth and the aging process. Alongside vaginoplasty, many patients choose labiaplasty. The labia are the lips surrounding the vagina, and there are inner and outer lips. Although they come in all different shapes and sizes, some people feel theirs are too big or long, and the labiaplasty trims excess tissue and ‘neatens’ it up.
Other procedures which may be included in vaginal rejuvenation are G spot amplification – where collagen is injected into the front vaginal wall to increase sexual pleasure; hymenoplasty – where the membrane that is broken when a woman first has sexual intercourse is replaced (also known as revirgination) and clitoropexy – where the clitoral hood is reduced or clitoris repositioned to heighten sexual pleasure.
Tijuana is extremely accessible, especially for Americans and Canadians. International airports in San Diego and Tijuana makes it easy to fly to, or even drive to, if that is more preferable. Medical lanes at the border help medical tourists get through the queues far quicker, or there is the option of parking on the US side and taking one of the many other modes of transport from the border to your destination.
Tijuana offers convenience but without being too far away. This may be something you want to consider if a long-haul destination is not an option, or if you want the discretion of going to another town or city that isn’t your home town.
Visitors have been coming from north of the border to Tijuana for a long time – especially for cheaper deals on goods and services. Medical, dental and cosmetic services are no different and Tijuana’s clinics have embraced medical tourism, giving patients what they want in the form of excellent quality care, hygienic surroundings and competitive prices.
We can’t vouch for every clinic, of course, but we can for the ones you can see on our website. We do background checks on all of our listings – including legal and criminal checks, doctor qualifications, professional memberships and patient reviews. If we’re not happy about something, they aren’t listed – and we do onsite visits too, taking high definition photos and virtual video tours – so you can almost feel as if you’re there!
The vaginal rejuvenation procedure takes between 1 and 2 hours – obviously depending on what procedures you have done.
Unlike some other surgical procedures, the genital area tends to heal quite quickly afterwards. You will, of course, experience some discomfort, particularly for the first day or two, but you will be given pain medication and applying ice packs or a bag of frozen peas will help.
You should be able to resume everyday activities after a few days and you should feel up to going back to work after a week. It will be 6 weeks before you can engage in vigorous exercise, such as horse-riding, and sexual intercourse.
Vaginal rejuvenation in Tijuana costs around 50% of the price it does in the United States.
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This article is meant for information purposes only and is not intended to be medical advice or instructions for medical diagnosis or treatment. Please consult with your doctor or a qualified medical professional before starting or changing medical treatment.