Dr. Robert D. Moore and Dr. John R. Miklos of Atlanta Urogynecology Associates Publish the 1st Article to Review Data and Evidence that Support Vaginal Rejuvenation

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This is the 1st published article that gives a thorough explanation and scientific review of vaginal rejuvenation surgery and how it is not only a cosmetic procedure, but can also correct medically necessary conditions.

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The need for vaginal rejuvenation is often due to damage incurred during vaginal childbirth and/or aging.

Dr. Robert Moore and Dr. John Miklos are internationally known as the foremost Laparoscopic and Vaginal Reconstructive Surgeons. They both travel the world in search of surgical purity and are considered an authority in urogynecology and cosmetic vaginal surgery. As thought leaders and innovators of surgical concepts, they published the 1st article to review data and evidence in support of vaginal rejuvenation surgery. Their article, titled "Vaginal Reconstruction and Rejuvenation Surgery: Is there data to support improved sexual function?" was published in The American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery.

The American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery, which is published quarterly, is the official journal of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery. The article (which the Journal’s reviewers were enthusiastic about) gave a thorough explanation and scientific review of vaginal rejuvenation surgery, how the procedure has developed from reconstructive techniques and how it is not only a cosmetic procedure, but can also correct medically necessary conditions. The article also reviewed success rates currently published for sexual improvement following vaginal reconstructive/rejuvenation techniques and overviewed Dr. Moore’s and Miklos’ new data on the procedure. Vaginal Rejuvenation surgery refers to surgery to tighten/repair the inside of the vaginal canal and the opening of the vagina to improve or enhance sexual function, in addition to repairing any support defects of the pelvic floor. The need for vaginal rejuvenation is often due to damage incurred during vaginal childbirth and/or aging.

Dr. Moore and Dr. Miklos were two of the first surgeons in the country to dedicate their time and experience to the field of cosmetic vaginal surgery and help bring scientific validity to the field. They Co-Chaired the first ever Global Symposium on Cosmetic Vaginal Surgery in 2010 at the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgeons Annual Scientific Meeting and Dr. Moore recently was the Keynote International Speaker at the 2nd International Congress on Man and Women: Sexual and Reproductive Health in Warsaw, Poland where he discussed the aforementioned article. This prestigious article, along with an additional 150 scientific papers, abstracts and book chapters demonstrate the level of commitment Drs. Moore and Miklos have to their patients and ensuring they provide the best quality of care to their patients.

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