G-spot amplification with Hyaluronic Acid
Dr. David Matlock invented the procedure known as "g-spot amplification" or "G-spot amplification" using an injection of hyaluronic acid that increases the area where the G-spot is located, facilitating its stimulation during sexual activity.
How is it the procedure?
Hyaluronic acid application at the G-spot it is performed in 5 minutes, it is ambulatory, well tolerated and with minimal adverse effects. It is recommended to wait 48 hours before having sexual intercourse.
This procedure cannot be performed during pregnancy or while the woman is menstruating.
What is the effect?
The application of 2 to 3 syringes of hyaluronic acid allow to increase the volume of the G-spot and provide greater sensitivity to this area. It helps to rehydrate, rejuvenate and give volume to the female prostate, allowing sexual relations to be more pleasant.
How long does the effect last?
It has a useful life that can vary from person to person, between 12 to 14 months approximately.
From what age can a woman practice this technique?
Age is wide. It can be considered from young women who have some type of sexual dissatisfaction, women who have had vaginal deliveries, to older women with hormonal deficiencies.
We can summarize that over the years and natural births, an vaginal enlargement occurs and the G-spot loses its erogenous function.
In this circumstance, it is advisable to first rejuvenate, stimulate vaginal collagen with a laser, and then apply hyaluronic acid.
Our experience shows that amplification of the G-spot improves the quality of sexual intercourse. But you must bear in mind that the G-spot is not everything and that there are many factors at play for a sexual relationship to be full.
It is very common for women to consult about the G-spot, especially in the United States. In Argentina little by little it is no longer a taboo subject and many women consult and carry out this procedure.
The G-Point or Gräfenberg Point is an anatomical site on the anterior wall of the vagina (approximately 3-5 cm from the female urethra), named after Dr. Ernst Gräfenberg, a German doctor who first reported it in the 1950s in an article in the International Journal of Sexology.
Dr. Gräfenberg described Point G as a highly erogenous zone within the lower third of the vagina along the urethra (anterior aspect of the vagina), just where the bladder neck originates. To the touch, this area, about the size of a 25-cent coin, feels somewhat rougher. When directly stimulated, it increases in size. In this way, this "erectile" tissue becomes traceable to the touch, similar to the cavernous bodies of the penis in men.
The rough area described by Dr. Grafenberg is not so easily palpable in all women, but most do have greater sensitivity in the anterior wall of the vagina.
The G-spot changes over the years and many women notice a loss of sensitivity. During peri-menopause, atrophy of the vaginal mucosa occurs, and the roughness characteristic of the area is lost, making it more difficult to individualize the area. In these cases, there are treatments that help counteract this loss of sensitivity.
We invite you to watch the videos on our YouTube channel with the account of patients who have received this treatment, entering here: G-spot amplification
Cost of G-spot Amplification with Hyaluronic Acid
The cost of applying hyaluronic acid at Point G is $21,000.
This treatment is carried out by Dr. Ricardo Hoogstra in Hoogstra Medical Centers Caballito branch.
The value of the consultation with Dr. Ricardo Hoogstra is $4,000 pesos. If you later decide to carry out the treatment, this value will be deducted from the total amount.
Doubts and queries
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