Beautiful on the inside with the latest in cosmetic gynaecology

Cosmetic Gynaecology

Cosmetic Gynaecology is one of our fastest growing surgical procedures, with women increasingly realising that they don’t have to simply accept something that’s making them unhappy. We meet women every day who have either always been unhappy with their vagina or have become unhappy due to natural changes from childbirth, ageing or weight loss.

LiprokraftTM Advance & Amniokraft

AMNIOKRAFT is an innovative treatment that uses aniotic fluid-derived stem (AFS) cells as the source of stem cells for wound healing and skin regeneration in a non surgical way for revitalisation and rejuvenation of vaginal cells in the vagina, urethra, bladder and rectum.
LIPROKRAFTTM Advance is an advanced treatment that involves Pure Expanded Stem Cells (PESCs) which are rich in Mesenchymal Stem Cells to improve the appearance, tightness, sensation and lubrication of the vagina in a non surgical way.

One treatment, Multiple Benefits

  • Relief in Stress Urinary Incontinence
  • Increase in sensitivity and pleasure in sexual intimacy
  • Increased Colouration and appearance.
  • Improved Lubrication and comfort in case of dryness.
  • Tightening of vaginal muscles with improve in strength.

How does it work?

Using the Body's Own Natural Healing Processes
As women age, the lack of elastin and collagen can lead to muscle weakness in the vagina leading to embarrassment, discomfort and lack of lubrication.The combination of Amniokraft and Liprokraft Advance play a vital role in improving elasticity, feel and functionality in the vaginal area. The growth factors indicate to the fibroblasts, responsible for creation of elastin and collagen, that production should be increased. With increase in the elastin and collagen, the muscles strengthen and return to a more youthful state.

Laser based vaginal rejuvenation

Along with feeling embarrassed, many women don’t realize a surgical solution – vaginal rejuvenation is available to help women regain vaginal tightness, sexual pleasure and a more youthful looking vagina. Loss of vaginal tightness with decreased sexual gratification is incredibly common, especially for women who have had difficult or multiple childbirths. It’s a condition any woman should feel at ease discussing with her doctor, because there are options and effective medical treatment is available. Considering the apex safety and ease during the treatment, our experts at StemGenn have created a nurturing ambience for women who expect only the best in surgical and cosmetic procedures. At our state-of-the-art medical facility, women are catered to in a discreet and elegant atmosphere, where they feel comfortable speaking freely.

Orgasm shot – PRP

The Sexual Enhancement- OCell is a sexual and cosmetic rejuvenation procedure for the vagina using the preparation and injection of blood-derived growth factors. [The growth factors must be used in the specific way specified by the trademarked procedure to constitute the Sexual Enhancement- OCell. Injection of any form of growth factors in any way other than specified does not constitute the Sexual Enhancement- OCell.

The Sexual Enhancement- OCell is a simple, nonsurgical, physician-administered treatment that can temporarily augment and rejuvenate the Grafenburg spot (G-Spot), clitoris, and labia. The Sexual Enhancement- OCell involves isolation of PRP (platelet rich plasma) followed by a very specific method of amplifying or augmenting the vaginal tissues with injection of that PRP.

Though the method of preparing the PRP has been approved for orthopedic and surgical use, and even though PRP has been used in many clinical settings including the joints, the face, and in fat transplant to the breast. Although PRP has not been used in this specific way in the vagina, collagen has been used for many years for injection into the vagina for help with urinary incontinence and for G-spot augmentation. Collagen has more side effects than does PRP (PRP comes from your own body-and is not even classified as a drug).

Urinary incontinence

Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is a common urogenital disease, defined as the involuntary leakage of urine in the absence of a detrusor contraction, generally due to the weakness of the urethral sphincter and pelvic floor. More than 200 million people worldwide suffered from SUI, which seriously affects the quality of life of patients. As a disease whose prevalence is related to advancing age, it affects more women than men with an approximate ratio of 3 : 1. For women, both pregnancy and vaginal birth are associated with an increased risk of the levator ani muscle defects. Pregnancy and delivery decrease the expression of hypoxia inducible factor-1 and vascular endothelial growth factor, which may inhibit the angiogenic response and tissue repair of pelvic floor after childbirth. Likewise, SUI can also affect men and is primarily caused by urethral sphincteric deficiency after radical prostatectomy. At present, several treatments for SUI are available, of which bulking agent injection and Tension-Free Vaginal Tape are the most common and effective therapeutic methods. The various injectable bulking agents applied for the treatment of SUI patients include bovine collagen, carbon beads, silicone, and polyacrylamide hydrogel. However, an ideal periurethral injectable agent for treating SUI has not been found so far. In addition, due to degradation of bulking agents, their efficacy gradually declines over a period of months or years. Surgery, including sling procedures and bladder neck suspensions, is more efficacious to control the voiding. It is previously reported that the procedures have a 5-year cure rate of more than 80%; however, this procedure has a series of side effects including urinary retention, bladder perforation and hematoma formation

One approach would be the use of stem cells. Stem cells can be easily isolated in high quality and large quantities in vitro and have the potential to develop into any cell type especially during phases of early life and growth. In some organs, stem cells constitute a repair mechanism that is able to replenish cells whenever damage or injury occurs. They are unspecialized cells characterized by a self-renewal property where each daughter cell can either remain undifferentiated or become specialized with a defined function. In addition, provided the appropriate environment and conditions, stem cells can be induced to differentiate into a specific cell-like or tissue-like phenotype with a specifically determined function. Additionally, stem cells are known to have antiapoptotic, antiscarring, and neovascularization effects. Moreover, autologous stem cell transplantation eliminates the risk of immunological rejection.

Thus, with their multidifferentiation potential, the stem cells can be induced to differentiate into myoblast to solve the problem of urethral sphincter dysfunction. Here, we summarize relevant progress of stem cell therapy research for SUI and discuss the potential challenges in this paper.

Pelvic floor repair

Pelvic floor prolapse refers to relaxation of the muscles and ligaments that hold the pelvic organs (uterus, bladder, urethra, vagina, and rectum) in their correct anatomic position. More specifically, the term anterior repair refers to correction of the front wall of the vagina; and posterior repair refers to correction of the back wall of the vagina. If the uterus is prolapsing, it may be removed (hysterectomy). If you have already had a hysterectomy, then the top of the vagina (vault) can be lifted up and supported.