Pelvic plastic surgery can repair problems that occur when the muscles and ligaments supporting the pelvic organs weaken.

Mayo Clinic urogynecologists are experts in this surgical specialty and use laparoscopic or robotic approaches when feasible. They treat conditions including pelvic organ prolapse, urethral incontinence and fecal incontinence.골반필러

In pelvic plastic surgery, surgeons use natural or synthetic materials to repair or restructure the weakened tissue that supports the bladder, vagina and rectum. The surgeon may also add support for the sacrum (the large bone at the base of the spine) and pelvic muscles, either through a surgical incision in the abdomen or laparoscopically.

If the front wall of a woman’s vagina becomes prolapsed, her urologist can repair this condition using a procedure called colporrhaphy. The surgeon tightens the front wall of the vagina to eliminate a bulging or sinking appearance.

It can be performed in the office under a regional (spine) or general anesthetic, and patients make a rapid recovery. The surgeon can also use this technique to treat a rectocele, repairing the stretched or torn wall between the rectum and vagina that causes a prolapsed erectum.

The surgeon may also use a procedure known as a sacrocolpopexy to repair a prolapsed upper vaginal vault when the patient has had a hysterectomy. The surgeon can perform this surgery in the office or through a small abdominal incision.

Surgical mesh is another option for pelvic reconstruction and is used to treat various defects caused by childbirth, prior surgeries or other factors. However, some women develop complications with this method of treatment including the insertion of mesh into the vulva, pain in the abdomen and pelvic region and problems during sexual activity.

A sacrocolpopexy suspends the upper vaginal vault to strong ligaments in the lower part of the pelvic bones, which can provide extra support for the uterus and bladder. It can be done in the office or through a small abdominal or laparoscopic incision.

Another reconstructive surgery to address pelvic prolapse is a Burch procedure, which aims to strengthen the neck of the bladder with a sling of natural or synthetic material that creates a hammock under the urethra. This can help control stress incontinence, a type of leakage that happens during exercise or when lifting heavy items.

For those who lack fullness in their hips, a fat transfer to the buttocks can add volume to this area. This procedure can be combined with hip augmentation to achieve a more complete aesthetic enhancement of the posterior pelvic area. 골반필러 잘 하는 곳