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Pelvic Floor Reconstruction

Experience a transformed sense of confidence and comfort with our personalized pelvic floor reconstruction and cosmetic surgeries.

What is Pelvic Floor Reconstruction?

Repairing and strengthening the muscles the pelvic structures — significantly improving your quality of life.

Pelvic floor reconstruction is a surgical procedure designed to repair and restore the muscles, ligaments, and connective tissues in the pelvic floor. This surgery is often performed to treat conditions such as pelvic organ prolapse, where the pelvic organs (such as the bladder, uterus, or rectum) drop from their normal positions and may cause symptoms like pelvic pressure, urinary incontinence, or discomfort. Pelvic floor reconstruction aims to strengthen and support the pelvic structures, typically involving the use of surgical mesh, sutures, or other techniques to improve pelvic organ function and alleviate related symptoms.

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Anterior Wall Repair

Anterior wall repair is a surgical procedure that involves the correction or reconstruction of the front-facing structure or wall within the body.

The specific nature of the procedure depends on the particular anatomical location and underlying medical issue, with the aim of restoring function and structural integrity to the anterior body wall.

Posterior Wall Repair

Posterior wall repair is a aimed at addressing posterior vaginal wall prolapse, where the rear wall of the vagina loses support and may protrude into the vaginal canal or externally.

The exact surgical approach varies depending on the location and underlying issue, with the goal of restoring function and structural integrity to the posterior body wall.


Labiaplasty, also known as labialplasty, is a surgical procedure aimed at altering the size, shape, or appearance of the labia minora (inner labia) or labia majora (outer labia) of the female external genitalia. Typically performed for both aesthetic and functional reasons, labiaplasty can address concerns related to discomfort, irritation, or self-image.

During the procedure, a skilled surgeon trims, reshapes, or reduces the labial tissue to meet the patient's desired outcome, enhancing their comfort and addressing any psychological distress associated with the appearance of the labia.

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