Dr. Martin Jugenburg, chief plastic surgeon of the Toronto Cosmetic Surgery Institute, performs hymen reconstruction surgery to resolve this very issue. Dr. Jugenburg’s expertise and meticulous hymen reconstruction technique recreates a pseudo-hymen, or hymen-like structure. This enables the bleeding associated with a woman’s first sexual experience.
Any woman who wishes to recreate their first sexual experience, in an effort to cause mild bleeding, may benefit from hymen reconstruction. This may include those who wish to meet cultural or religious expectations, those who have prematurely torn their hymen as a result of strenuous activity or trauma, or any women who desires to restore their “virginity”.
Hymen reconstruction surgery, also known as hymenoplasty, aims to restore the thin membrane that partially covers the opening of the vagina (the hymen). If remnants of the hymen are still present, these can be pulled together and sutured. However, since there is often no remaining membrane, Dr. Jugenburg typically reconstructs a hymen-like structure. This vaginal reconstruction procedure can restore a more youthful feeling for women and contribute to an improvement in self-esteem.
All cosmetic surgery procedures have a recovery period. Hymen reconstruction typically has a very brief recovery period. After surgery you will have bruising, swelling, and minor discomfort in the groin area. This will gradually subside after 2 to 3 weeks. Your stitches will be dissolvable, so you do not need to have them removed.
It is important that you follow the postoperative guidelines of Dr. Jugenburg, if you want to accelerate the recovery process and minimize any potential complications. Once you have fully recovered, you will be very satisfied with the positive results. The Toronto Cosmetic Surgery Institute prides itself on being one of the most leading-edge cosmetic surgery clinics in the country.
If any of the original hymen membrane was still present before surgery, the patient can have a fully restored hymen. However, in most cases the original membrane is no longer present so the hymen is reconstructed using a hymen-like structure. Both surgical techniques can produce similar positive results for women looking to restore their virginity and many women report a decrease in stress and an increase in self-esteem.
Like any surgical procedure a hymen reconstruction does have potential risks. Bleeding and infection are possible risks but these are uncommon occurrences following surgery at Toronto Cosmetic Surgery Institute. Strenuous physical activity following the surgery can result in a tear or break of the newly reconstructed hymen. During your initial consultation, Dr. Jugenburg will identify any risks common to the surgery, as well as any that may be specific to you. Postoperative complications are rare for hymenoplasty procedures, but you do need to follow the guidelines that will be provided by Dr. Jugenburg. By adhering to Dr. Jugenburg’s instructions and limiting strenuous activities after surgery, you can significantly minimize any potential risks and accelerate the healing process.
Dr. Jugenburg and his medical staff consistently take every precaution to minimize any risks, diligently protecting patient health and safety. Patient safety is paramount at Toronto Cosmetic Surgery Institute. However, should there be unfavourable results, our professional cosmetic surgery team have the medical expertise, knowledge, and technology to correct it.
Contact us today to arrange an initial consultation for hymen reconstruction surgery. Restore your hymen and increase your self-confidence with hymenoplasty. The friendly and knowledgeable Toronto Cosmetic Surgery Institute team is ready to answer your questions regarding hymen reconstruction or any other cosmetic procedure that may interest you.