G-spot augmentation with hyaluronic acid (also known as G-spot enlargement, G-spot amplification, G-spot bioplasty, G-spot redesign, etc) is a technique that ostensibly improves the sex life of healthy women.
The female G-spot (pleasure point) is an area of about 2 cm2, located in the upper part of the vagina about 4 cm from the vulvar introitus, is considered by many sexologists, the trigger zone triggering the female orgasm. With the amplification of the G-spot in most patients, orgasm is reached more easily, being more intense, longer lasting and prolonged. It is a very safe procedure in expert hands without complications. It is performed on an outpatient basis, in the same position adopted by the woman for a gynecological examination, with an approximate duration of about 10 – 15 minutes. Somewhat painful, thanks to the application of anesthetic creams or infiltrated local anesthetic, it is a virtually painless technique, although a little uncomfortable due to the intimate and sensitive area to be treated.
If the woman has a normal and full sexual activity before the application of hyaluronic acid, the results are evident from the first sexual intercourse after the treatment. Currently, g-spot amplification is used by some sexologists as a therapeutic complement helping to improve the sexual life of women with sexual dysfunctions.
This technique with more than ten years of experience and thousands of women treated in the United States and Latin America shows satisfactory results in the vast majority of women, although depending on the nature of each woman, the duration and intensity of the desired effect will be greater or lesser. Its clear benefits are maintained over 6-12 months depending mainly on the quality of the hyaluronic acid injected. In some women the effect achieved may be permanent. It can be repeated once the effect has disappeared or diminished, as many times as desired. New procedures are currently being developed with infiltrations of platelet-rich plasma and autologous fat rich in stem cells, although it is not known if there is an added benefit.