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G-Spot Enhancement

What is G spot enhancement?

G spot enhancement creates more fullness to the G spot so you can have a more intense and deeper orgasm. It also allows achieving an orgasm with less difficulty. G spot enhancement is also referred to as the G shot, G spot amplification, or G spot augmentation. Women find that after G spot enhancement, they are much more aware of their G spot. For women who are already in tuned to their G spot, they notice that it is more sensitive, fulfilling, and orgasms occur easier, more frequently, with less frustration, and are more intense.

Some women are not aware of their G spot, or think they do not have one. These women find that with G spot amplification, they are able to achieve deep vaginal orgasms, and become aware of the elusive G spot! G spot enhancement is a safe, quick, and an effective way to have more sexual satisfaction.

What is the G Spot?

The G spot is an area of the anterior (front) of the vagina, about 2 inches in. The tissue may be a little thicker here, and is more sensitive to the touch. If you curl 2 fingers just inside your vagina and press your vaginal tissue toward your skin, and with the other hand, press down on the skin just above your pubic bone, you will likely find an area of increased sensitivity (even if it doesn’t cause arousal). This is the area of the G Spot.

What is used?

A “filler” is used. Fillers are often used to plump up other areas of the body, like the lips, or wrinkles on the face. The ideal filler would be safe, free of allergic potential, soft, easy to inject and last a long time. The closest thing to the ideal filler is a group of products called hyaluronan. These are also known as Hyaluronic acids, examples include Juvéderm®, Restylane®, and Perlane®. There are also hyaluronans used for joint injection. We know about the safety of these products as they have been used in over 150,000,000 injections worldwide. As a leading Michigan plastic surgeon, Dr. Mok has performed thousands of injections with these materials

Does it hurt?

The procedure is essentially painless. There is no downtime, and sex can be resumed the same day. There are no limitations.

How long does it take?

You need to have a consultation with the doctor, to go over the procedure, consent, and to make sure you have all of your questions answered. After that, the procedure takes less than a minute.

What can I expect?

Most women will experience heightened arousal and sensitivity during sexual stimulation immediately. Your ability to have a deep vaginal orgasm is likely to be easier to achieve and be more intense. This should last for several months. Your sexual partner will notice your increased pleasure and more fulfilling orgasms, but physically, you will be the same.

How long does it last?

It varies. With the more modern fillers, durability studies in other tissues show that it lasts for several months. A recent study found that the filler we use lasts over 18 months after a series of two injections when it was used in the face. A common “G Spot” injection of a filler called Fascian (collagen) is reported to last weeks to 4 months. We do not use this product; while it is perfectly safe, it lacks sufficient duration.

How to find your G spot

The G Spot is often thought of being part of the urethral sponge. The G Spot is an area approximately the size of a dime, and is very sensitive because it is made up of nerve tissue.

To get a sense of where your G spot may be, place one hand over your bladder just above the bone. With the other hand, use 2 fingers and insert them touching the top of your vagina. The area that is the most sensitive where you press between the two hands is the typical area of the G spot.

If you use your fingers, you’ll feel the difference in texture in the area where the G Spot is located, which is bumpier than the rest of the smooth vaginal lining. If you reach something that feels like the tip of your nose, you are touching your cervix and you’ve gone too far. Many women have difficulty finding their G Spot, because its size, dimension, and location vary from woman to woman.

If you know where your G spot is, then you communicate that to the doctor. If you have never found it, the doctor will determine the location during exam (without eliciting sexual arousal). It is basically an area of increased sensitivity. More info on how to find your G spot.

Does it work for everybody?

It will be effective for most women. Like all medical and surgical procedures, there is no guarantee that what works for one person will work for everyone. Reports have found that almost 90% of women will find it effective.

What kind of preparation is needed?

None. It is just like getting your annual Pap smear and gynecological exam. If you have not had your annual exam, and it is needed, this service is offered.

Are there any restrictions afterward?

No, you can resume all activities immediately. You can have sex the same day.

History of the G Spot and enhancement:

Ernst Grafenberg, a German gynecologist identified an area of increased sensitivity between the vagina and the urethra (urinary tube) that may have a role in female orgasm.

Year’s later authors began to refer to the area of sensitivity for arousal as the G (Grafenberg) spot. Women who have vaginal orgasms may be more aware of their G spot. Women with clitoral orgasms and lack vaginal orgasms might never have located their G spot.

The G spot is not well understood by scientists. Many women report being aware of their G spot, and others have never been able to identify it, or think they do not have a G spot.

What is G spot enhancement (also commonly referred to as G Shot)?

Women who are able to achieve vaginal orgasms (referred to as “deep orgasms”) have slightly different or fuller tissue in the area known as the G spot than in women with only clitoral orgasms. In the study these differences were investigated. In the Journal of Sexual Medicine, DOI: 10.1111/j.1743-6109.2007.00739.x), it was reported that women with vaginal orgasms had a thicker layer of tissue discovered on ultrasound in the area frequently referred to as the G spot which may account for their ability to achieve a deeper orgasm.

This thicker layer of tissue between the anterior (front) wall of the vagina and the urethra (urine tube) may account for the increased sensitivity and ability of these women to have a deeper or vaginal orgasm. When stimulated, this tissue thickens further, and the nerve endings appear to give a heightened sense of arousal, leading to a vaginal or “deep” orgasm. The G spot has not been found to have more nerve endings, but perhaps increased sensitivity for pleasure in these nerve tissues.

The concept of the G spot enhancement also referred to as the G shot, is to thicken the area up with a commonly used filler so that increased arousal can occur. For women who are unable to have a vaginal orgasm (so they may feel they do not have a G Spot) this procedure thickens up the tissue in that area, and increases the chances of a deep, vaginal orgasm.

For women who already achieve vaginal orgasms, the thickening of this tissue may lead to more readily achieved, as well as more intense orgasms.

At Allure Medical in Shelby Township, Michigan, we offer G spot amplification services to our patients in the Detroit Metropolitan area, as well as throughout Michigan.