G-Spot Augmentation: The Latest in Sexual Enhancement

Board-certified Beverly Hills cosmetic surgeon Dolores Kent, M.D., after practicing at the Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation Institute of Los Angeles for many years, now offers G-spot augmentation in her new practice. G-spot augmentation is a female procedure that uses human collagen to make the patient's G-spot more pronounced. It results in greater and faster sexual responses

Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) September 19, 2007 -- A G-shot®, co-developer, Dolores Kent, M.D. (http://www.doloreskent.com/about.htm), has expanded into a new practice, offering the G-spot augmentation (http://www.doloreskent.com/cosmetic.htm#gspot) along with the most requested cosmetic gynecological services like vaginal rejuvenation (http://www.doloreskent.com/losangeles-vaginalrejuvenationbylaser.htm) and laser liposuction (http://www.doloreskent.com/losangeles-laserlipo.htm).

All Woman Staff:

Formerly associated with the Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation Institute of Los Angeles, Dr. Kent now leads an all-woman staff in her new office.

While the G-shot augmentation is popular among patients, the procedure first needs the help of the patient before the Dr. Kent can complete her work. The patient must first pinpoint the location of the sometimes elusive Grafenberg spot -- more commonly known as the G-spot -- the highly erogenous female zone and trigger of more powerful orgasms.

Human Collagen:

"Once a patient has located her G-spot, I then give her an injection of CosmoPlastâ„¢ human collagen to make the G-spot larger and more prominent," says Dr. Kent. "Virtually all women can locate their G-spots because the area is more sensitive and just feels better."

Anjelica Diaz, a Los Angeles medical assistant, recently had a G-spot augmentation. "I really noticed it during intercourse," Angelica says. "While my usual orgasms are about six or seven, the experience after the G-spot augmentation is above and beyond a 10. I had a topical anesthesia during the ten-minute procedure and felt nothing at all during it."

G-spot augmentation is intended for sexually active women with normal sexual function and is performed at the doctor's office under local anesthesia. Afterwards, the patient may immediately return to her normal activities.

The G-spot is usually found inside the vagina on the wall nearest the stomach, just behind the public bone, according to gynecologists. The existence of the G-spot has become controversial since its discovery in the 1950s because there is nothing notable or different about the anatomy where it is located.

The Grafenberg Spot:

Nonetheless, one pilot study found that 87 percent of subjects reported enhanced sexual arousal and gratification after receiving enhancement of their G-spots.

"The G-spot area is intensely rich in nerve endings," says Dr. Kent. "It may be elusive to scientists as well as many husbands, but women who have found it, say they know they have it."

With G-spot augmentation, the fabled area increases to the size of a marble, protruding inside the vagina so that it is stimulated during intercourse.

Because of the intensely personal nature of locating and manipulating the area, Dr. Kent has found that most female patients are far more comfortable with a woman physician.

Fat Grafting:

The process requires only a short injection to increase the size of the G-spot. The procedure's only drawback: the body absorbs the collagen within six to eight months. To maintain the effect, the injections must be repeated. Or, the patient can opt for fat grafting, a procedure that augments the patient's G-spot with her own fat. Dr. Kent takes a small amount of donor fat, purifies it and injects the fat cells into the G-spot.

To start a G-spot augmentation, the patient is positioned on an exam table as if she were receiving a pap test and given some local anesthetic. While the injection only requires a matter of seconds to administer, the success of the procedure requires great skill and one of the most delicate touches known.

Botox, Restylane and Juvederm:

"The surgeon is injecting into an area that is the thickness of perhaps four sheets of typing paper," Dr. Kent says. "There is no way to learn how deep a needle should go other than by having years and years of experience and recognizing in your hand various feedback feelings on the syringe."

Thus, patients who seek out G-spot augmentation should be sure their doctor has performed many, including delivering injectable fillers like Botox®, Restylane® and Juvederm® into various areas of the face.

Labiaplasty and Vaginal Rejuvenation:

Because many women are more comfortable with a female cosmetic surgeon in an all women office, Dr. Kent is frequently asked to perform liposuction (http://www.doloreskent.com/cosmetic.htm#lipo), labiaplasty (http://www.doloreskent.com/losangeles-labiaplasty.htm) and vaginal rejuvenation. Additionally, she is a Harvard Medical School graduate, board certified in obstetrics and gynecology, and is a fully trained cosmetic and laser surgeon who has specialized in vaginal rejuvenation and labiaplasty for 20 years.

Dr. Kent also frequently administers Botox® (http://www.doloreskent.com/cosmetic.htm#botox) and other popular facial fillers (http://www.doloreskent.com/cosmetic.htm#other).