Women commonly report experiencing two different types of orgasms: clitoral orgasm (the best known and easiest to achieve) and vaginal orgasm (described as more intense but less known). A G-spot amplification enhances the stimulation of the peri-aerial glandular tissue in order to facilitate vaginal pleasure.
Treatments of women's genital organ such as G-spot amplification are part of what is referred to as intimate cosmetic surgery or medicine. Each situation will be discussed during the preoperative consultation to allow the surgeon to understand motivations to proceed with cosmetic surgery or cosmetic medicine in the genital area. During this step of the process, the surgeon can recommend various options and explain the consequences of each intervention in details.
1. What is the G-spot?
Vaginal orgasm happens through G-spot stimulation. G-spot was originally named after the sexologist Ernst Gräfenberg, who was the first to study female pleasure in the 1950s. For a long time controversial and taboo, the existence of perennial glandular tissue that is now referred to as G-spot has been proven by recent medical research, that concluded that 80% of women presented this tissue in the vaginal area.
The G-spot is an erectile periureal glandular tissue located on the anterior wall of the vagina, opposite the urethra, 1 to 4 centimeters deep. It is a relatively rough tissue, taking the form of a bean, corresponding to the Skene glands or "female prostate".
Recent techniques allowing G-spot amplification can enhance the stimulation of this area during sex. G-spot amplification can help women who experience a sexual pleasure disorder, or insufficiency of vaginal stimulation and inhability to reach orgasm. These may be women who have never experienced vaginal pleasure or women whose pleasure has decreased over time. This can be explained by an atrophy of the tissues, as the decrease of the androgens over time decreases the receptivity and the activity of the G-spot cells.
2. Principles of G-spot amplification surgery
A G-spot amplification procedure is intended to inflate the "female prostate", so as to promote its stimulation during sexual intercourse and thus facilitate vaginal pleasure.
It is important to consider that orgasm is a multifactorial phenomenon that has a significant psychogenic dimension. Amplifying the G-spot area facilitates "mechanical" stimulation of this area but does not guarantee an easy vaginal orgasm.
Two techniques are used in order to amplify the G-spot: hyaluronic acid injections or lipostructure.
3. G-spot by injection of hyaluronic acid
Since hyaluronic acid is a natural component of human tissues and retains water (hydrophilic effect), injections of this substance make it possible to compensate for a missing volume in the most natural way. Hyaluronic acid is found organically in tissues of all living organisms. Hyaluronic acid manufactured in Dr. Kron's partner labs is of non-animal origin, pure, and its degradation by the body happens naturally thanks to enzymes that support tissues' renewal in all human beings.
In the case a G-spot amplification, the procedure is performed under local anesthesia at the surgeon's office.
The procedure usually lasts 30 minutes during which the surgeon injects 2 to 3 mL of hyaluronic acid in the G-spot area.
The injection is painless. Short-term superficial bleeding is possible after injection. More rarely, it is possible to feel temporary pain in the area of injection.
Hyaluronic acid is a resorbable substance. The effects of a hyaluronic acid injection at the G-spot are in effect for about one year.
Note: Before practicing g-spot amplification using hyaluronic acid, Dr Kron validated their effectiveness in studies conducted jointly with a gynecologist initiator of these injections in France. He was also and thus among the first surgeons to rely on lipostructure techniques for this purpose.
4. G-spot amplification using lipostructure
Lipostructure is a fat-reinjection technique. It uses the patient's own fat cells to reinject it in another body part. The surgeon begins by locating the fat collection areas and the reinjection site, in this case the G-spot area.
A fat tissue sample is withdrawn through a small incision, usually in an area of the body that presents an excess of fat cells (abdomen, knees, inner thighs).
The fat withdrawn is then centrifuged for a few minutes in order to separate cells that will be grafted (intact fat cells) from those that must not be grafted (fat cells destroyed by the sample, non-fat cells such as blood cells).
The fat injection is done using microcannula, allowing incisions of the order of 1 mm.
Important: a G-spot amplification using lipostructure is a cosmetic surgery procedure (and not aesthetic medicine procedure, as it is the case for hyaluronic acid injections). It requires an outpatient hospitalization (usually one day).
Advantages of lipostructure include long-lasting results, as the reinjected fat is not eliminated by the body, except for the initial 10 to 20% injected fat which resorb during the first weeks and are balanced during the injection).
Whatever the technique selected, there is a remote risk associated with a G-spot amplification such as infection, risks of wounding the urethra or closing the urethra.
This consequence of a G-spot amplification was observed only once by Dr. Kron with a patient who presented a congenital malformation of urethra and who had undergone excision of the clitoris during childhood. During the reinjection, the surgeon became aware of the wound in the urethra.
He then set up a urinary catheter for a few days, so that the urethra scar heals spontaneously without any risk of narrowing. The catheter was then removed and the patient was sent to an urology department for endoscopic monitoring confirming proper healing.
A few weeks later, in a follow up visit, the patient confessed to Dr. Kron that she experienced her first orgasm, and most importantly, realized that she could finally opened a new chapter of her life after experiencing the trauma of clitoral excision during childhood.