Can hymenoplasty be performed in the absence of any or limited pre-existing hymenal tissue?
Hymenoplasty, otherwise known as hymenorrhaphy or hymen reconstruction surgery, usually involves a gynecological surgeon reconstructing an anatomic hymen by sewing the remnant hymenal tissue together, thus creating the appearance and behavior of a normal hymen. The procedure generally lasts between 30 and 45 minutes and requires a recovery period of 6 to 8 weeks. One or two days following the operation, the patient can return to his normal daily routine, which can include returning to work. If, for any reason, the patient does not present sufficient hymenal tissue for a complete hymen restoration to be performed, this does not mean that the procedure cannot be conducted successfully. In such cases, an experience gynecological surgeon will be able to dissect a small section of the vaginal wall, thus compensating for the lack of hymenal tissue. The procedure is very similar to classical hymenoplasty, though it may take additional time to perform and greater care during the recovery period.
At Renew Skin & Health Clinic, we place a team of experienced gynecologists, as well as the necessary technology, in order to make sure that you enjoy the best hymenoplasty results. If you are ready to take this step, simply contact Renew Skin & Health Clinic Head Office and schedule an appointment.†
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