Who is a Candidate for Vaginal Rejuvenation?

Postmenopausal women and postpartum women are the most likely to get vaginal rejuvenation because of what their bodies endure during these significant periods of change. Common conditions that result from menopause and childbirth are urinary incontinence and weakened muscles in the vagina.  

Self-evaluating is one way to determine whether vaginal rejuvenation could be beneficial to you. If you notice anything that is out of character for you, schedule an appointment with your healthcare provider. It's also important to note that not everyone is a candidate for vaginal rejuvenation, especially if you are considering it for cosmetic purposes. With any cosmetic procedure, you need to work closely with your doctor to weigh the risks and benefits before committing to it.  

What to Expect During Vaginal Rejuvenation

When you undergo vaginal rejuvenation at one of our facilities, you can expect first-class care. At Mile High, we prioritize your safety. Our providers do everything they can to ensure that you feel comfortable with each step of the vaginal rejuvenation process, from start to finish. 

Pre-Care
Before you undergo vaginal rejuvenation, consult with your doctor to see if there are any products or activities you should avoid. 
Procedure
Based on your symptoms, you can choose to have a surgical or non-surgical treatment. Work with your doctor to find what is right for you.
Post-Care
Recovery from a vaginal rejuvenation procedure is not usually a lengthy process, but you may experience soreness or pain if you undergo surgery. 

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Do you still have questions about vaginal rejuvenation?

What is the difference between surgical and non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation?

Surgical treatments correct more severe issues with the vagina or complex cosmetic changes, while non-surgical treatments are used to manage less severe problems light tightening muscles and building strength. 

Why would someone get vaginal rejuvenation?

Women choose to get vaginal rejuvenation treatments to improve their confidence and health, along with increasing their comfort. 

How long does the procedure take?

If you undergo a non-surgical treatment, the procedure can last up to 15 minutes. However, surgery may last several hours. 

What does the recovery process look like?

Like with any medical procedure, you should get plenty of rest after getting vaginal rejuvenation. Professionals recommend avoiding sexual intercourse and submerging the treated area in water for up to 48 hours post-procedure. 

Will my insurance cover vaginal rejuvenation?

Many times, this procedure is not covered by insurance unless it is for a medical reason. However, you should always check with your insurance provider for specific plan details. 

Insurance Options We Honor

Mile High OBGYN + Midwifery accepts most major insurance providers! If you have any questions about whether we accept your insurance or not, please reach out to us.