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Stem Cell Vaginal Rejuvenation Is a Chance to Truly Take Control of Women's Sexuality

Beverly Hills Physicians has improved the lives of countless women through empathetic and helpful gynecological procedures

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- It's only natural for many of us to get a little uncomfortable discussing vaginal surgery in public. With innovative new techniques like stem cell vaginal rejuvenation, however, Beverly Hills Physicians is hoping that excitement about the possibilities will overcome our skittishness. While much of the public discussion about plastic surgery on women's private areas have focused on labial reduction, many other state-of-the-art and effective procedures, some still in the experimental stage, are significantly improving women's sexual health. G-spot magnification, a technique that appears to enlarge the famed Grafenberg spot, can enhance a woman's ability to experience the full range of sexual pleasure.

Together with vaginal enhancement and tightening techniques, the resulting confidence and increased sensation is a self-reinforcing win-win that allows women to get the most out of their relationships. Not to rest on their laurels, Beverly Hills Physicians is taking a leadership role in the use of stem cells for vaginal procedures. These chameleon-like fat cells actually change depending on what part of the body they are placed in.

When used in vaginoplasty, the result of stem cell treatment is that genital skin becomes suppler and more attractive, while looking and feeling completely natural. The technique has proved to be a powerful aid in correcting a number of issues involving the level of sensation as well as the appearance of the vaginal area. The causes of these issues can range from aging and childbirth to tight clothing and even certain athletic activities.

Beverly Hills Physicians patients report that they are delighted with the results of the procedures, which they feel has greatly improved their confidence and therefore their enjoyment of their most intimate moments. While these techniques are still regarded as somewhat experimental—doctors agree that more clinical research needs to be done—the evidence of their effectiveness is mounting very rapidly.

It's true that your choice of a medical provider for any important procedure makes a great deal of difference. At Beverly Hills Physicians, you can count on finding highly skilled, board certified doctors and surgeons who understand the concerns of women and know how to deal with the most personal and sensitive topics in a delicate, yet direct manner. Our physicians understand that communication is key, and that patients need to have clear expectations about what to expect from a procedure. The Beverly Hills Physicians difference also extends to its outstanding support staff, which assists patients at every step of the procedure, from financing concerns to post-surgical recovery.

For further information about vaginal and plastic surgery performed by the respected medical doctors of Beverly Hills Physicians, visit BHP's website at or call them at 800-788-1416. Free consultations are available and the medical group's friendly, professional, and discrete staff is looking forward to hearing from you.

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