Dr. Matlock loves to discuss how his groundbreaking Female Genital Cosmetic Surgery procedure has worked wonders for his past clients. But to his surprise, many of his patients lack an in-depth understanding of their vulvas and vaginas.
Maybe you’re one of them, and high school health class didn’t fully discuss the details of the female anatomy. But it’s not too late to empower you with knowledge about the vulva and the vagina and make you feel more confident.
Understanding your anatomy can help prevent genital health issues and increase sexual pleasure. So, as a woman, you have nothing to lose and everything to gain in knowing more about your genitalia.
The Vulva and Vagina: An Anatomical Introduction
The female genitalia has three primary functions:
- Enabling the sperm to enter the body
- Protecting the internal portions of the female reproductive organ from infectious organisms
- Providing sexual pleasure during intercourse
To give you a better idea of the parts composing your female genitalia, take a look at the illustration below.
Let’s discuss each part, starting at the top left portion and then going clockwise.
- Pubis: The rounded mound of fatty tissue beneath the skin that covers your pubic bone. This is the area where hair grows during puberty. Your mons pubis contains sebaceous glands that release pheromones that positively impact sexual attraction.
- Vestibule: A part of the vulva between the opening of your vagina (introitus) and your urethra (urethral meatus).
- Vulva: The outer portion of the female genitalia. It protects your sexual organs, urinary opening, vestibule, and vagina. It acts in synergy with your mental well-being to improve sexual response.
- Introitus: The technical term for the opening of your vagina.
- Anus: The opening where the gastrointestinal tract ends and waste material exits the body.
- Perineum: Refers to the space between the anus and the vulva. It contains structures that support the gastrointestinal and urogenital systems, which are both vital in childbirth and sexual intercourse.
- Labia Minora: The inner “lips” surrounding your vagina. It can vary from very small to somewhere as wide as 2 inches. Together with the labia majora, they surround the openings to your vagina and urethra. The pinkish color of the labia minora results from a significant number of blood vessels in that area. When stimulated, these vessels engender blood, causing the labia minora to swell and become more sensitive to sexual pleasure.
- Labia Majora: The outer “lips” surrounding the vaginal opening (introitus). It comprises relatively large, fleshy tissue folds enclosing and protecting the other external genital organs. You could compare the labia majora to the scrotum in males. This area grows hair during puberty. The labia majora contains sweat and sebaceous glands that produce lubricating secretions during intercourse.
- Urethral meatus: The external orifice of your urethra where urine escapes out of your body.
- Clitoris: Located on the upper end of the labia minora, this small protrusion contains several nerve endings sensitive to sexual stimulation.
As you age, your body will change. Your breasts will sag, muscles will loosen, and your skin will stretch. If you’ve given birth to two or more children, you’re more prone to sagging and stretching, and the effects can be quite extreme.
These are the two common problems women experience in their vulva and vagina after giving birth:
1. Vaginal Relaxation
Childbirth stretches the vaginal wall, resulting in a loss of strength and control. The diameter of both the internal and external portions of the vagina becomes enlarged, especially if you’ve given birth several times. The vagina won’t return to its usual tightness and size during pre-pregnancy.
Women can feel the physical changes, especially when they’re having intercourse. Reduced sexual gratification is a common sign of this problem. Because of the reduced friction and feebler muscle hold, there’s a tendency to experience weaker orgasms.
2. Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI)
After childbirth, the vaginal muscles get traumatized, and the perineal body muscles get overstrained. Sometimes, these parts become overstretched and fail to return to their usual strength and size. Even with Kegels, recovering the vagina’s former muscle ability can be challenging.
The portion where your urethra and the bladder rest can be affected by the loss of muscle strength, and this causes SUI. Small leaks emerge whenever you cough, sneeze, or even laugh. This can negatively affect your ability to enjoy sexual pleasure and cause self-esteem loss.
3. Caring for Your Vulva and Vagina
Dr. David Matlock is the foremost expert in female genital cosmetic surgery. He has developed cutting-edge procedures and performed successful operations for vaginal rejuvenation.
Procedures range from improving sexual sensation through Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation® to improving the appearance of the vulva and vagina through Designer Laser Vaginoplasty®.
There’s no excuse not to feel great again during intercourse after childbirth. You have the right to sexual gratification and don’t have to suffer from SUI just because you gave birth.
LVR® is a female genital rejuvenation surgery that can bring back the look and feel of your vulva and vagina when you were in your teens. It’s a treatment designed to enhance sexual gratification and cure incontinence caused by aging and childbirth.
Non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation procedures like ThermiVa and MonaLisa Touch aim to stimulate the body’s ability to produce collagen. The creators of these methods claim that the increased collagen in the female genitalia will restore the vagina and the vulva to their prime states.
But if these are effective, why has Dr. Matlock met countless patients who reported that they only felt temporary to no change after proceeding with these vaginal rejuvenation treatments. They just ended up wasting money on something ineffective and expensive.
Also, be warned about using these non-surgical methods. The FDA has released a statement regarding using unapproved, energy-based vaginal rejuvenation procedures. The efficiency of these procedures hasn’t been established and could lead to injuries like vaginal scarring or pain during sex.
Aging, giving birth, and losing weight affect the body’s appearance, including your female genitalia. Sometimes, even though you regularly exercise and live a healthy lifestyle, your vagina and vulva don’t reflect the expected feeling. Not only can this affect your physical welfare but also your self-confidence.
Dr. Matlock offers DLV® to help restore your youthful appearance and return your confidence as a woman. It’s a series of female genital cosmetic surgeries that address aesthetic concerns on your vulva and vagina.
While the LVR® focuses on restoring your capacity to experience sexual pleasure, DLV® is concerned with making the external features of your genitalia look youthful. Dr. Matlock will work on the labia minora, labia majora, mons pubis, perineum, and the skin surrounding the clitoris to make them look like you’re in your teens.
We can reduce excess fat so that you don’t have to worry about having the so-called “camel toe” when you wear tight pants or swimwear. We can also augment the labia majora with fat to counter the wrinkling appearance caused by flatness.
Sagging, wrinkles, and excess skin – all these issues can be resolved with the DLV®. We’ll sculpt your labia minora to make it look neat and perky and make the skin closely hug the clitoris.
Unlike other surgical and non-surgical solutions that only temporarily improve, the DLV® is a scientifically proven female genital cosmetic surgery that provides long-term results. We’ve done this to women across 70 countries worldwide, and none have returned to report any issue with the operation.
These are just some of the female genital rejuvenation surgery Dr. Matlock offers. There are more cosmetic techniques that will give you the exact look and feel you want to have for your vagina and vulva.
If you need a total package that will bring back your whole figure and not only how you feel and look down there, Dr. Matlock has the Mommy Makeover solution.
Treat Yourself Now!
Dr. Matlock is the leading expert in Female Genital Cosmetic Surgery. He has treated women from over 50 states and more than 70 countries. His clientele includes A-list Hollywood celebrities, royalties, and artists.
If you want to learn more about Dr. Matlock’s female genital cosmetic surgery and vaginal rejuvenation procedures, you can contact us in Beverly Hills to schedule a consultation. We can also conduct online consultations using FaceTime or Skype.
Our office is always available to help you look and feel confident as a woman, so don’t hesitate to get in touch.