The so-called G-spot describes a point in the vagina that reacts very sensitively to sexual stimulation. This region, which is the size of a coin, is located approximately five centimetres from the exit of the urethra at the front side of the vagina. The G-spot was named after the German doctor Ernst Gräfenberg. When the G-spot is stimulated, a clear secretion can be produced, which is excreted via glandular exit canals in the vagina or via the urethra. This is also known as female 'ejaculation'. The sensitivity of the G-spot differs from woman to woman. If its volume is extended by injection, this can lead to a significant increase of sexual excitability and improve the ability to orgasm.
We intensify the G-spot by enlarging and arching it upwards through careful injection. For this purpose we either use autologous (body´s own) fat tissue or hyaluronic acid. The aim is to enlarge the volume of the G-spot to twice the size of the original in order to increase the possibility of stimulation during intercourse.
The G-Spot amplification we execute in one of two possible variations:
* Essentially this is a transplant of live fat cells. Cells that find connection to the blood circulation will last a lifetime, the others will be eliminated from the body. By most careful removal and precise processing technology we manage to keep about 60 to 70 percent of the fat cells surviving. Therefore, we plan an over-correction from the start in order to balance out this expected los
A short video displays this surgery so that you will get a better idea: View video G-Spot intensification