Pelvic Plastic Surgery – Reshaping and Rejuvenating the Pelvic Area

Pelvic plastic surgery is a diverse surgical field that encompasses many types of procedures aimed at reshaping and rejuvenating the pelvic area for both cosmetic and medical reasons. Common procedures include labiaplasty, vaginoplasty, and monsplasty.골반필러잘하는병원

In addition to reconstructing and reshaping the pelvic area after injuries, trauma, and cancer surgeries, our plastic surgeons are often called upon to assist with pelvic prolapse repairs for patients with bladder prolapse (cystocele or rectocele), vaginal vault prolapse (vaginal vault or uterine prolapse), sacrospinal vault prolapse, enterocele, or sacrocolpopexy. These operations are often performed under a regional or general anesthetic and require short hospital stays.

The most common and well-known procedure is colporrhaphy, which tightens the weakened underlying tissue that caused the pelvic organ prolapse. This operation is commonly performed by gynecologists as an anterior or posterior repair for bladder prolapse, cystocele, rectocele, or sacrocolpopexy (prolapsed rectum or sacrococcus).

In many cases the recurrent prolapse of the bladder and urethra are due to weakness in the connective tissue of the pelvic floor muscles. This can be treated by pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation (Incon Therapy). This in-office treatment involves simple exercises that can help you strengthen and retrain the muscles that support the bladder and urethra, and it can reduce or even eliminate urinary leakage during physical activity and when laughing, sneezing, or straining.

Some recurrent prolapses are more serious and may need additional surgical repair. During a sacrocolpopexy, our plastic surgeons create a stronger support for the urethra with a mesh-based surgery known as a Permacol sling. The sling is attached to the strong ligaments of the uvula, or urethra neck, and it helps to prevent future prolapse. The surgery is usually done through an abdominal incision, and patients make a fast recovery.

Pelvic plastic surgeons also offer a technique to reduce mesh-related problems, such as mesh poking through the vagina or painful intercourse (Dyspareunia). The technique is known as imbricating the apex of the rectum and involves placing a piece of mesh under the apex of the vulva in order to avoid a heap at the apex. This can be performed as part of a sacrocolpopexy or a sacrococcus repair, and it reduces the risk of mesh erosion into the viscera.

Hip implants can be a good option for women who are disappointed with their body shape, particularly after childbirth or for those who have a deformity such as a depression over the greater trochanter of the hip bone. Our hip implant can be used alone or in conjunction with our pelvic plasty to achieve coronal expansion that isn’t possible with buttocks augmentation alone.닥터케빈의원