Modern medical advances have put the pinnacle of sexual experience and vaginal appearance within reach for many women that are uncomfortable with the look or feel of their vagina. If this describes you, then you may be considering cosmetic vaginal surgery. With vaginal cosmetic and rejuvenation surgery, your body can look and feel the way that you imagined it should.

With the most current surgical and non-surgical treatment methods, you can tighten the feel of your vagina, change the appearance of your labia, and find more pleasure in sexual intimacy.

Doctors John R. Miklos and Robert D. Moore are international award winning surgeons in the field of Reconstructive and Cosmetic Vaginal Surgery. Their unprecedented experience and unsurpassed expertise in vaginal cosmetic and rejuvenation surgery have resulted in some of the latest surgical advancements in their field today.

Drs. Miklos and Moore are authors of the book “Vaginal Rejuvenation” (figure 1) and the largest publications about labiaplasty (figure 2) in the world.

They have authored the first cosmetic vaginal surgery chapter ever in a major Urogynecology Textbook (figure 3) and are the featured surgeons in the Global Library of Women’s Medicine (GLOWM) and have traveled the world to lecture and teach other surgeons.

Figure 1

Vaginal Rejuvination book

Figure 2


Figure 3

Urogynecology Textbook

Tell me more about Vaginal Cosmetic Procedures?

Vaginal cosmetic procedures include:
Internal surgery – The tightening of the vagina to enhance friction with intercourse.
External surgery – Improving the aesthetic appearance of the external vaginal/vulvar structures. Most commonly by performing a labiaplasty to reduce the protruding labia minora.
Non-surgical treatment – Using RF (radiofrequency), non-surgical Vaginal Rejuvenation is used to address milder forms of vaginal relaxation and diminished friction with sex.

Am I a Good Candidate for Vaginal Cosmetic Procedures?

If you are unhappy with the appearance of your vagina, feel like you’re missing a heightened sense of sexual enjoyment, or are otherwise seeking rejuvenation and enhancement of your feminine features, vaginal cosmetic surgery may be right for you.


“I did a lot of research before I chose to come to Atlanta and Dr. Miklos for surgery. I am so thrilled I did my research, Dr. Miklos is awesome! At my consult, he was very sensitive and understanding yet very professional. I was well prepared for my surgery, no surprises. My surgery was a success, I am very happy with my results. I could not have asked for a better surgeon.”
Dallas, TX

Drs. Miklos & Moore learned early in their careers that only the patient can determine if she needs vaginal rejuvenation and only she can make the decision on whether to pursue surgery.


Tell me more about Vaginal Cosmetic Procedures?

Common sentiments of patients that find success with vaginal cosmetic surgery include:
“Things are just not the same since I delivered my children.”
“Sex is less enjoyable.”
“I don’t even feel my partner in me anymore.”
“I don’t feel feminine.”
“I don’t even want to have sex because I don’t feel anything.”

Drs.’ Miklos and Moore have a documented 90% patient satisfaction rate with their vaginal rejuvenation patients and a documented 97% labiaplasty satisfaction rate.

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In many and most cases it takes a combination of procedures to achieve maximal cosmetic results. The science of cosmetic vaginal surgery and labiaplasty has gone FAR BEYOND just cutting off enlarged labia minora… takes true ARTISTRY and SKILL to contour and address all of the vulvar structures to achieve the greatest in cosmetic results that most women are desirous of.

“Not a day goes by that I don’t thank Dr. Moore for fixing me. My experience was great from beginning to end!”
Ashland, OR

What are the most common procedures?

Vaginal Rejuvenation

Vaginal Tightening – Internal Surgery
Non-Surgical Technique (ThermiVA)

Vaginal Rejuvenation surgery refers to vaginal tightening, which includes the inside of the vaginal canal as well as the opening of the vagina.


External Cosmetic Vaginal/Vulvar Surgery

The field of Cosmetic Vaginal Surgery has advanced greatly in the last several years and Dr. Miklos and Moore have been on the forefront of these advancements since 1995.

Other cosmetic procedures that can be performed include:

  • Labia Minora Reduction
  • Excess Clitoral Hood Reduction
  • Labia Majora Reduction
  • Labia Majora Augmentation
  • Lateral Redundant Prepuce
  • Botched Labia Revision
  • Mons Pubis Reduction
  • Hymen Restoration
  • G-spot Shot

“Dr. Miklos put me at ease with an embarrassing situation! “He is the Master”
Kennesaw, GA

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Dr. Moore, guest expert on vaginal rejuvenation appears on the Ricki Lake Show

How Can I Choose The Right Surgeon?

“YOUR COSMETIC VAGINAL SURGERY RESULTS ARE only as good as your surgeon’s talent and artistic skills…”

Why choose a Board Certified Urogynecologist & Reconstructive Vaginal Surgeon versus a Plastic Surgeon or General Gynecologist?
Plastic Surgeons – Total training time (after medical school) – 5-6 years — little time dedicated to vagina surgery.
Gynecologists – Total training time (after medical school) – 4 years – approx. 1.5 years dedicated to vaginal surgery
Urogynecologists – Total training time (after medical school) – 6-7 years – with 3.5 – 4.5 years dedicated to vaginal surgery
Drs. Miklos & Moore – Both surgeons are trained as Gynecologists, but have also trained an extra 4 years doing two fellowships – one leading to board-certification in Urogynecology & Reconstructive Vaginal Surgery (2 years) and a second fellowship in Minimally Invasive Reconstructive Vaginal Surgery (2 years). They have spent an extra 4 years dedicated to vaginal reconstructive surgery. Total training time (after medical school) – 8 years– with 5.5 years dedicated to Vaginal Reconstructive Surgery.


Drs. Miklos and Moore won the award for “Best Aesthetic Results in Cosmetic Genital Surgery” in 2015 with the International Society of Cosmetogynecology


“My Aunt and Sister live in Atlanta and after doing extensive research about the doctors on the Internet, I was impressed with their before and after pictures and qualifications, therefore coming here for surgery was an easy decision.”

Patients should look for or request the following when choosing their surgeon:
• Does the surgeon ask what the patient’s post-operative expectations are?
• Does the surgeon have comprehensive before and after pictures of their work?
• Does the surgeon specialize in cosmetic vaginal surgery?

Drs. Miklos & Moore hope this research helps patients and physicians alike in their quest for postoperative satisfaction.

Choose your surgeon wisely – it is one of the most important decisions of your life