You like to feel good about your body again? You like to feel younger, more beautiful and more attractive? "As it was before the birth, it should be again" – We hear this from many women who contact us looking for a solution.
Despite the contribution a birth makes to the happiness of the family: Women frequently suffer from the physical consequences of having given birth. Many end up with permanent widening of the vagina and less sensation during sex. In addition, the tissue of the lower abdomen and the mons pubis have suffered permanent damage. The bikini body is gone. At least for now.
Several thousand women have already decided to get help in our clinic in Munich. Since 1995, surgical procedures to treat problems in the genital area have been our speciality. With specifically developed surgical techniques, we are at the top of international standards. The high degree of our patients’ satisfaction with the results we achieve is revealed in our regular survey: Of the 10 possible points, we score an average of 9.2 points.
For consequences of childbirth, we offer a combination of several procedures. This way, you’ll have several of your “problem areas“ fixed in just one operation. A mini tummy tuck (lower abdominoplasty) and a mons pubis correction will restore the great body you had. Tightening the vagina is virtually the same as rejuvenating it. You and your partner will experience significantly stronger sensation again.
We will be pleased to give you personalised advice. Feel free to complete our obligation-free online form and we will get back to you at a time that you choose. Our initial telephone consultation is, of course, free of charge.
Other combinations are possible too – depending on your anatomy. Surgery can also solve incontinence problems you may experience. What could be included in your perfect “packet“ is best addressed in a personal discussion.
For any surgical procedure applies: Altogether, you will visit us three times. During a consultation and pre-examination, we gain a first impression. At your second visit, you will undergo surgery. Your third visit is for a follow-up examination.