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Increased Satisfaction & Muscle Control

Instead of simply accepting this as your new normal, let us help you regain your confidence. A vaginal rejuvenation procedure at Wirth Plastic Surgery in Newport Beach can help to tighten your vaginal muscles, improving overall strength and control, and restoring your quality of life so that you can enjoy yourself and your body the way you were meant to. Reach out and set up your consultation today!

Is This Procedure Right for You?

Vaginal rejuvenation actually refers to several different procedures. The muscle tightening described above is more specifically known as vaginoplasty, and other surgeries can be used to alter the shape or prominence of the labia, as well as clitoral hood reduction. 

Whether your concerns are physical or aesthetic, you deserve to feel comfortable with your body and confident in your life. If you have concerns about the appearance or function of your vagina, there is nothing to be embarrassed about – we can work with you and help you “turn back the clock.”

Good Candidates for Vaginal Rejuvenation

One or more of these procedures may be a good fit for you if you have experienced any of the following:

  • Discomfort or embarrassment due to large, long, or asymmetrical labia
  • Reluctance to engage in intimate contact due to embarrassment
  • Stretched or relaxed muscle and tissue, causing loss of tone
  • Unsatisfying or uncomfortable intimate experiences resulting from this lack of muscle tone

The Benefits of Vaginal Rejuvenation

What Is Urinary Incontinence?

Urinary incontinence is the involuntary passage of urine, typically involving strong, sudden urges to urinate and accidental leakage when you sneeze, laugh, cough, or exercise, or during sex.

Given the potential for embarrassment, untreated urinary incontinence can lead to hygienic, social, and psychological problems, and strictly limit affected persons’ ability to live life to the fullest. Important to note here is that incontinence itself is not a disease. Rather, it’s the consequence of an alteration in the bladder filling phase, and is more common among women, children (this is known as enuresis), and the elderly.

This condition affects significant portions of the population, including more than 15 to 35 percent of people over 65 and over 30 percent of women between the ages of 30 and 60. Approximately 15 million adult women in the United States and approximately 12 million American adults over the age of 18 suffer from urge incontinence.

What are the Types of Urinary Incontinence?

There are varying forms of urinary incontinence, all of which have different root causes and require different treatments.

Common types of urinary incontinence include:

  • Stress urinary incontinence: This involves the involuntary loss of urine when performing movements or physical activities like laughing, sneezing, playing sports, lifting heavy loads, or even standing for long periods of time, with leakage ranging from a few drops to a stream. Pregnancy and age are one of the causes and contribute to the loss of elasticity and tension in the pelvic floor, making the bladder and urethra fall so that their continence mechanisms are only effective at rest.
  • Urge urinary incontinence: This consists of the involuntary loss of urine associated with an urgent and sudden need to urinate.
  • Mixed urinary incontinence: In mixed urinary incontinence, loss of urine is caused by hyperactivity of the muscle and a disorder in the sphincter mechanisms. The incompetence of the bladder neck in such cases allows the entrance of urine into the urethra. When this happens, the detrusor understands that urination has begun and releases the reflex that produces its contraction.

Learn More about Urinary Incontinence

Various forms of urinary incontinence may result from neurological issues, alterations of the external sphincter and pelvic floor muscles, failure of the internal sphincter to an inappropriate relaxation or organic injury.

What Are My Treatment Options for Urinary Incontinence?

Normal treatments for urinary incontinence typically involve:

  • Dietary hygienic measures such as restricting consumption of liquids
  • Pharmacotherapy involving anticholinergic drugs
  • Surgery of the bladder and urethra
  • Kegel exercises

At Wirth Plastic Surgery, we provide treatment for women suffering from urinary incontinence of varying kinds, and we routinely perform Mommy Makeover procedures and other women’s health and wellness interventions using EMSella. If you’re in Newport Beach or Orange County, reach out and set up a consultation to learn more!

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What Is EMSella?

EMSella is a revolutionary, FDA-approved, non-invasive device used to treat stress- and urge-related urinary incontinence. It is a chair that produces a High Intensity Focused Electromagnetic Field, which stimulates and strengthens the pelvic floor muscles. During a single, half-hour session, EMSella promotes 11,200 contractions, which is equivalent to performing 11,200 Kegel exercises.

You’ll sit in the chair, fully clothed, for 30 minutes at a time, with our treatment protocol typically consisting of six sessions, at a rate of two per week for three consecutive weeks. This vastly improves symptoms for patients experiencing stress- and urge-related urinary incontinence, and many patients have also reported vaginal rejuvenation through the use of EMSella.

Treat Urinary Incontinence with Non-Invasive EMSella

At Wirth Plastic Surgery, we can help you regain your confidence and eliminate urinary incontinence using EMSella. This device provides you with a unique opportunity to avoid surgery and medication-based treatments and improve your quality of life by eliminating your urinary incontinence or giving you greater control. We’re here to help you overcome the issues you’re experiencing, so you can regain your confidence and once again live life to the fullest.

We are Committed to Your Well-Being

Women often avoid openly discussing their private parts or how they may impact their everyday lives, but the fact is that everyone has felt insecure about their body at one point or another. If there are things keeping you from living your best, most fulfilled life, you should always feel empowered to make the necessary changes and move forward. At Wirth Plastic Surgery, our team does everything we can to help guide you through the process, and we’ll make sure you feel safe, comfortable, and informed at every single step of your journey. Call (949) 558-2133 or send us a message to schedule a free consultation and learn about our plastic surgery options in Newport Beach.

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