Category Archives: LABIAPLASTY & VAGINOPLASTY

Labiaplasty

When should I consider labiaplasty?

The vaginal area is as unique to each individual woman as fingerprints. The labia and surrounding tissues form the vaginal area that gives life. However, many women experience problems and concerns with their vaginal area. This includes larger labia skin that can impact their day-to-day life. Additionally, other women may feel self-conscious about the appearance […]

  • Posted on: Dec 15 2019
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LABIAPLASTY & VAGINOPLASTY Harrison, NY

Clitoral Hood Reduction: What Is It and Is It Right for Me?

When women are undergoing certain procedures including vaginal rejuvenation, they may be asked about the possibility of undergoing a clitoral hood reduction. This is a procedure that is common done alongside a labiaplasty for most women. During this surgical treatment, the excess folds of the clitoral hood, which covers the clitoris, is reduced to eliminate […]

  • Posted on: Sep 15 2019
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The Benefits of Nonsurgical Vaginal Rejuvenation with Votiva

At Datta Thomas Gynecology, our team is here to help Harrison, NY area women look and feel their best. Our board-certified aesthetic gynecologist, Dr. Moushumi Shoma Datta-Thomas works directly with patients to address their reproductive health concerns. Additionally, she provides treatments such as Votiva by InMode, a non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation procedure. What is vaginal rejuvenation? […]

  • Posted on: Jul 15 2019
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Vaginal Rejuvenation Harrison, NY

Rules for Vaginal Health

All women should be concerned about their vaginal health, but where do you start? What does a healthy vagina look like? For some of us, we don’t know too much about this part of our bodies. But a healthy vagina is slightly acidic, and takes care of itself (most of the time). Keep reading to […]

  • Posted on: Oct 15 2018
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Vaginal Rejuvenation Surgery Harrison NY

Vaginal Rejuvenation FAQs

As women get older, decreasing estrogen levels can lead to tissue inflammation, thinning of the vaginal walls, and decreased lubrication. Menopause is generally the most common reason for these changes, but they can also occur with breastfeeding, chemotherapy, childbirth, and medical procedures like hysterectomy. Regardless of what is causing these issues, the discomfort they can […]

  • Posted on: Jun 15 2018
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