Non-surgical Vaginal Rejuvenation
Many women develop laxity and deflation of the labia majora as they age. Decreases in estrogen may contribute to aging in this delicate area just like in the face. After childbirth and around menopause are the common times when women experience this complaint. Dr. Hamori can address this wrinkling and laxity non-surgically with the injection of fat or other cosmetic injectable, known as a Labial Puff.
As Seen on The Doctors
Dr. Hamori, who has special expertise in labia surgeries, was featured on “The Doctors” television program to describe the topic. Watch video from the TV show below.
Dr. Hamori was a guest on “The Doctors” to speak about the Labial Puff.
In the television segment, Dr. Hamori describes the procedure: "The labial puff helps to revolumize the labia majora. How I like to do that is to apply a little numbing cream for about 10 minutes, and then with a very tiny-gauge needle I inject a volumizer. I like Sculptra Aesthetic. It’s a compound that helps your fibroblast to make more collagen so the area can become re-inflated."
Labial Puff: How It Works
Dr. Hamori will use a topical numbing ointment prior to using a very tiny-gauge needle to inject the patient’s own fat or other injectable (such as Sculptra Aesthetic) into the labia majora to help conceal the labia minora to create the desired result.
View this animated before and after labial inflating video, created by Dr. Hamori, which shows the general location of the injections.
The Labia Puff procedure as illustrated by Christine Hamori, MD.
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- Before And After
Labial Puff - Before and After - Actual Patients
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