New York, NY (PRWEB) April 15, 2013
Cosmetic genital surgery among women is on the rise. What are the current trends and newest procedures in genital beautification for these patients? A panel of experts will discuss the latest trends and techniques in female cosmetic genital surgery at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), being held April 11-16, 2013, in New York, NY. “Incorporating Genital Surgery into Your Practice,” will be moderated by W. Grant Stevens, MD, FACS, and feature panelists Gary Alter, MD, Christine Hamori, MD, and Lina Triana, MD.
“Patient demand for cosmetic genital surgery has increased markedly over the last decade and continues to increase. In my practice, I’ve seen about a 500 percent increase in elective cosmetic female genital surgery over the past four years,” said moderator Dr. Grant Stevens of Marina Del Rey, CA. “With less hair, there’s more attention down there, and more desire to make aesthetic improvements. Our panelists will discuss the various procedures that cosmetic surgeons are currently using to beautify the female genital region.”
“Since the advent of Brazilian waxing, women have become more conscious of the vaginal area. Today, they prefer a clean look,” added Dr. Hamori of Duxbury, MA.
Female cosmetic genital surgery today encompasses a wide range of procedures beyond traditional vaginal rejuvenation procedures such as those that tighten the vaginal muscles. For women of all ages, nips and tucks in the genital region are becoming commonplace.
“Plastic surgery was developed to improve quality of life, and vaginal plastic surgery is no different. Having a harmonious vagina makes us feel better with ourselves and with our partner, makes us more comfortable with our intimate life, denotes youth, and increases sexual gratification,” said Dr. Triana of Cali, Colombia. “Today, many women are uncomfortable and unhappy
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