VAGINAL COSMETIC SURGERY
Announcing The Largest Female Cosmetic Genital Surgery Patient Satisfaction Clinical Study To Date—NOW Published On VaginoplastySurgeon.com!
In the past, there has been no medically recognized, published clinical large multi-centered study examining patient outcome and satisfaction with both Labiaplasty and other Female Cosmetic Genital Surgery (FCGS) procedures, causing critics to call for “better data.” (1)
LabiaplastySurgeon.com is proud to announce that has now changed! A nationwide clinical study investigating the outcomes of 341 separate procedures on 258 different women, from 12 genital plastic surgeons in 8 states will soon appear in the medical literature, in the Journal of Sexual Medicine (2).
The clinical study, headed by Michael P. Goodman M.D., and funded by a research grant from www.labiaplastysurgeon.com (TriAxial Medical, Inc.; G. A. Cook), collected patient and physician-supplied data from several institutions, including those directed by many of the surgeons participating in this site. (2)
“Female Cosmetic Genital Surgery (FCGS), a relatively new entry in the field of Cosmetic Surgery has, for years, promised both sexual enhancement and cosmetic/functional improvement for women. The questions have always been, ‘Are the vulvovaginal aesthetic procedures of Labiaplasty, Vaginoplasty/Perineoplasty (“Vaginal Rejuvenation”) and Clitoral Hood Reduction effective . . . and do they deliver on that promise? Furthermore, why do women seek FCGS procedures? What complications are evident, and what effects are noted regarding sexual functions for women and their partners? Lastly, who should be performing these procedures, what training should they have, and what are the ethical considerations?’
The present study, from the work of twelve surgeons at ten centers in eight geographically diverse areas comprises 258 patients and 341 procedures. Data was collected from both patients and surgeons. Outcome data reveals that both functional, aesthetic, self esteem, and sexual reasons for surgery predominate; that very few complications ensue; that the large majority of patients are satisfied with outcomes; and that the expected benefits (enhanced sexual gratification, comfort and self-esteem) appear to be delivered for a significant majority of patients.”
TriAxial Medical’s websites, www.labiaplastysurgeon.com, www.vaginoplastysurgeon.com, and www.clitoralunhooding.com will display the text of the full study after imminent publication in the Journal of Sexual Medicine. Please bookmark this website for detailed information. This is a peer-reviewed study, and has received Ethical Review Board approval.
1) ACOG Committee Opinion. Vaginal “rejuvenation”
and cosmetic vaginal procedures. Obstet Gynecol 2007;110:137-38.
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