Vaginal Rejuvenation in Pattaya

The Ultimate Guide to Vaginal Rejuvenation in Pattaya

Last fact-checked: 16 September 2020

If you suffer from different kinds of vaginal problems then vaginal rejuvenation in Pattaya may be the answer.

Multiple vaginal deliveries, trauma or stress to the vagina during the deliveries, ageing, menopause, hormonal problems and heavy exercising can cause vaginal laxity, as well as loss of muscle tone and even urinary incontinence. These can be distressing and embarrassing problems and even lead to sexual dysfunction. 

Vaginal rejuvenation can be carried out in two ways: surgically or through laser treatment. It helps by improving muscle tone and tightening the vagina and also results in reduced urinary problems. Vaginal rejuvenation can be combined with other cosmetic procedures like labiaplasty and g-spot enhancement if required.

Why Book with Medical Departures?

All kinds of surgeries carry an element of risk. Cosmetic surgeries are elective, in that you choose to have them done of your own accord, though they may not be necessary. As such, you should not put yourself at greater risk by landing up at a dubious place with doctors who may not be well qualified or experienced. 

Booking through Medical Departures helps reduce this risk. That is because we make it our business to work with the best, carrying out our own pre-screening checks before we partner with any medical facility. Our checks include:

  • Searching criminal/legal records
  • Collating and publishing real patient reviews
  • Verifying doctor and surgeon qualifications
  • Confirming professional memberships
  • Inspecting clinic facilities by undertaking onsite visits ourselves

How Long Does Vaginal Rejuvenation Take and What Is the Associated Downtime?

During surgery, several issues are addressed. For example, the vaginal walls may be reduced and tightened; if a bladder hernia is present, then it would likely be repaired; the perineum may be tightened, and adjacent muscles may also be tightened.

Depending on how much work is required, the surgery may take between 90 minutes and three hours and is usually done under general anesthesia or local sedation. You may be allowed to leave after a few hours or stay overnight in the hospital.

After such surgery, you will require two to three days of rest as after childbirth and need to take painkillers and antibiotics. Healing can take three to four weeks. You will have to follow instructions regarding the resumption of sexual activities and physical exercises given by the doctor.

If you opt for laser vaginal rejuvenation (LVR), the procedure is much faster since it is conducted using lasers instead of scalpels. It is also bloodless. The procedure can take between 20 minutes to two hours, depending on how much work is required. Often, LVR may require up to three sessions, at an interval of several weeks. The recovery time will be similar to that of scalpel surgery.

What Is the Cost of Vaginal Rejuvenation in Pattaya?

In Pattaya, you will pay upwards of AUD 1,500. In Australia, a similar surgery can cost you AUD 6,000 to AUD 10,000, so you save a great deal of money by getting the surgery done in Pattaya.

To get started and see the latest prices on offer, take a look at V Plast Clinic (Pattaya), a leading clinic in this Thai coastal resort for vaginal rejuvenation treatment. 

What's Next?

If you want to increase confidence and experience enhanced sexual pleasure, then consider booking your appointment for vaginal rejuvenation in Pattaya with Medical Departures. Look below for convenient ways to get in touch; our Customer Care Team is on standby 24/7 to answer any questions you may have and walk you through the booking process.


Komorowska-Timek, Ewa MD. How can laser treatments be used for vaginal rejuvenation? American Society of Plastic Surgeons. 28 November 2017.

Komorowska-Timek, Ewa MD. How can laser treatments be used for vaginal rejuvenation? American Society of Plastic Surgeons. 28 November 2017.

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