The Hellenic Society of Cosmetic and Reconstructive Gynaecology (HSCG) is a Greek, non-governmental, professional, medical society, bringing together health professionals interested and in cosmetic gynaecology. The HSCRG founding members are expert medical professionals active in promoting cosmetic gynaecology through professional exchange, teaching and training of new members in vaginal rejuvenation/reconstruction techniques and new invasive and non-invasive treatments in the field of female cosmetic genital surgery (VAGITENSE, labiaplasty, vaginoplasty, one cut technique and more). To achieve this, the HSCRG organizes medical courses, conferences and symposiums, as well as regularly publishes important literature and academic studies, providing an exclusive opportunity for talented professionals to become informed and excel in aesthetic gynaecology.
In addition, the HSCRG provides information and support to women with low genital self-image. Moreover, the HSCRG aims to break taboos about cosmetic procedures in the genital area and fight the “stigma” of aging of the female sensitive parts.



Vaginal tightening is a medical procedure that helps to tighten the vaginal muscles, and repair the soft tissue of the vaginal canal that may have been affected by childbirth, aging, or injury. Vaginal tightening procedures have both surgical and non-surgical variations (VAGITENSE) and can involve removal of tissue, and PRP injections. VAGITENSE is a non surgical technique using non-invasive radiofrequency (RF) in combination with ablative laser, during the same session. The treatment takes overall 45 minutes per session and usually requires 3 sessions. There are no anaesthetics applied or downtime for this procedure.Women can resume regular sexual activity the same day they receive VAGITENSE treatment

Clitoral Hood Reduction

Excess tissue covering the clitoris can be troublesome for women. Your clitoris is covered up by a hood of tissue known as the prepuce. The clitoral hood serves to protect the clitoris from being constantly rubbed. It also helps to keep the area moist. However, sometimes the clitoral hood can be too large or lengthy, or not retract during intimacy. This may be caused by genetics, trauma or childbirth. If large, it can also be a source of recurrent bacterial and fungal infections. A clitoral hood reduction is a procedure that reduces the length and size of your clitoral hood. Our goal is not only to improve your appearance but also preserve the function of the area treated.


The term labiaplasty refers to a procedure that reduces the length of the labia minora- the flaps of skin either side of the vaginal opening. It’s completely normal for your labia to look different from what you see online, on your partner, or even from one side to the other. Still, a growing number of people are asking their doctors about having labiaplasty. A labiaplasty can be carried out using either a general anaesthetic or a local anaesthetic with sedation. The procedure involves shortening or reshaping the vaginal lips. The unwanted tissue is cut away with a scalpel or possibly a laser, and the loose edge may be stitched up with fine, dissolvable stitches.

Laser Vaginal / Anal Bleaching

A less spoken about, yet increasingly popular procedure, is anal and vaginal bleaching. With the rise in hair removal procedures, our intimate areas are left more exposed. Anal and vaginal bleaching fades the skin which can often become discoloured over time as a result of ageing and levels of melanin in the skin.There are several different methods that can be used; fading creams, chemical peels, IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) or laser treatments. The specialised medical team is using a unique combination of bleaching techniques for you to achieve the confidence you desire.

Vaginal Rejuvenation

The so-called “vaginal rejuvenation,” “designer vaginoplasty,” “revirgination,” and “G-spot amplification” are vaginal surgical and non surgical procedures to restore the laxity of the vaginal canal. More specifically, vaginal rejuvenation treats vaginal relaxation, a common condition associated with childbirth and aging. It’s not just about better sex. There are numerous reasons women choose to undergo Vaginal Rejuvenation, many of which have nothing to do with sex. Some of those reasons include tampons falling out, scar tissue surrounding the vagina, experiencing a “popping” sound during a yoga class or when walking, and problems passing bowel movements. But the sex will be better. Because surgical Vaginal Rejuvenation results in vaginal tightening, friction during intercourse is increased which means greater stimulation and pleasure during sex.

G-Spot Enhancement

The G-spot is positioned on the front wall of the vagina. When stimulated during sexual activity, it can produce the ‘G-spot’ or uterine orgasm – a different type of orgasm to that produced by stimulation of the clitoris. In some women, the sensation of the G-spot orgasm can be unsatisfactory. In these instances, it can be augmented to make it more prominent and more easily brought into contact with the penis during intercourse. Consequently, the uterine orgasm becomes more intense. The G-spot can be augmented by injecting hyaluronic acid filler, delivered under local anaesthetic to the G-spot region, also known as the “G-Shot” procedure. It is a straightforward painless procedure, takes a few minutes and has no downtime.