Hymenoplasty is a surgical procedure for women in which the integrity of a torn hymen (virginal membrane) is recovered.

What does the procedure entail? 

The patient is settled comfortably in gynecological position. General or local anaesthesia is applied for analgesia. The ends of the torn hymen are identified, the edges are refreshed and two-layer recovery (reconstruction) of the hymen is performed.

To whom is the procedure applicable?

The procedure is applicable to women over 18 years of age who want to recover their hymen due to on religious, psychological or cosmetic reasons.

How long does recovery take?

After the procedure, oedema and mild bleeding at the site of manipulation are usually present. No tampons should be inserted in the vagina for a 6-week period. You should stop all kinds of sports for a 3-week period since it can adversely affect the results from the procedure.

An individual consultation with Dr Persenski is required before a procedure. The examination may include an ultrasound scan and smear. Based on the examination, a plan for the performance of a procedure or a combination of procedures is prepared.

Frequently Asked Questions

A non-invasive technology for a discrete, safe and effective treatment with a visible constant result after each procedure, there are absolutely no undesired side effects. The procedure is relaxing and comfortable for the patient.
Excellent results are achieved in the treatment in the areas of the face, neck and décolletage. Upon recommendation by your dermatologist, other body parts can also be treated.
Immediately after the procedure, a slight redness which disappears within several hours of the procedure, is possible. You can resume your daily routine by applying a sun-protection cream if you are expected to expose yourself to direct sunlight.
Usually, achieving an optimal result requires 4 to 6 procedures with a 4-week interval. The effect is visible after the first procedure; however, it is insignificant in comparison to the achieved final result. Consult your dermatologist on the required number of procedures.
Herpes and other skin infections in the treated area, malignant skin formations, pregnancy, epilepsy and other neurological diseases. Refer to the informed consent form which gives you additional information on the procedure itself and potential risks. It is also the informed consent form that you will sign before the administration of a procedure.