Genetics and aging affect every part of our bodies, including our buttocks. In particular, our genes determine our skeletal structure and how our bodies store fat. Many people eat healthy diets and spend hours at the gym, trying in vain to create the perfect butt and ending up disappointed.
With surgical and technical innovation at previously unthinkable levels, women are more empowered than ever to look and feel their best. This is true for all women. In particular, surgical innovation has empowered those who have had children and were left thinking they were doomed to a life with less sexual gratification, stress urinary incontinence, and undesirable appearance of their labia minora.
Aging, and in particular, childbirth, has massively traumatic effects on sexual gratification and even urinary incontinence. As more women are empowered to seek options and enhance their sexual gratification, to take charge of their quality of life and ask for what they need, new treatments for these issues have been developed.
Time and living life take their toll on our bodies. No one part of our body is immune to the effects of aging. This is particularly true for women, many whose bodies go through significant trauma during childbirth, especially multiple childbirths.
Suffering from urinary incontinence or a decrease in sexual gratification can be frustrating for a woman. If you’re searching for ways to restore your body to its former glory, you may have encountered Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation® (LVR®) as one of the most effective options.
But what is LVR® and how can it help you feel more confident, sexy, and youthful? How can it resolve urinary incontinence and enhance sexual gratification?
These past years, several non-surgical methods for feminine rejuvenation have appeared, promising to improve sexual gratification and cure stress urinary incontinence. The most popular among them are ThermiVa and MonaLisa Touch.
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 than ever.