G-Spot amplification is a modern surgical procedure that aims to improve the woman’s self-esteem, sensation, and libido. This method is based on magnifying the G-Spot up to four times. The G-Spot amplification is also known as G-Shot or G-Spot augmentation. G-Spot amplification was first invented by a world known obstetrician and gynecologist Dr. David Matlock. Dr. Matlock has been using this method for over 10 years now.
However, according to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, there is no medical evidence or no valid medical reason for such a procedure. G-Spot amplification has not been proven to be safe or effective. The use of hyaluronic acid or collagen filler in the vagina is not accepted or recommended by FDA.
What Is G-Spot?
G-Spot is named after a German doctor named Dr Gräfenberg. He was the first who described the concept of the G-Spot. Anatomically G-Spot is considered the spot which is placed on the front inner wall of the female’s vagina. G-Spot is located 4-5 cm away from the entry spot of the vagina, between the vaginal opening and urethra. It is an erogenous area, that when stimulated leads to prolonged and strong sexual arousal and orgasm.
How Is the G-Spot Amplification Performed?
G-Spot amplification is considered to be a revolutionary method. The procedure consists of injecting hyaluronic acid or collagen filler on a special spot. It is believed that this procedure increases the sensitivity, the duration of female orgasms and its frequency.
The procedure is very safe and painless. It is usually performed in a doctor’s office and lasts up to 15 minutes. Local anesthesia is necessary during the procedure. The time required for the hyaluronic acid or collagen filler to be injected is only a couple of seconds. The most important thing is to locate the G-Spot correctly, as it can have different positions among the female population. Once the G-Spot is correctly located, the hyaluronic acid or collagen filler is injected. The quantity of the hyaluronic acid or collagen filler needed for the procedure depends on the measurements and specific anatomic features of every woman.
Is G-Shot Really Necessary?
Are there any other methods that can increase the arousal and sensitivity during sexual intercourse, other than injections of hyaluronic acid or collagen filler? It is well known that sexual intercourse, sexual arousal and the libido itself vary and depend on a lot of factors. Sexual response and sexual desire is thought to be related to interpersonal factors as well as emotional and spiritual factors. The sexual desire, sexual arousal, and orgasm are very complex and if G-Spot amplification helps and amplifies them, in one way or another is a matter of further studies.
Does the G-Spot Amplification Work?
While it may seem extreme, it apparently does work for some women. The injection is gaining popularity even though there is no clear medical evidence of its efficiency, or that it is not even approved by the FDA.
Of course, expensive needles aren’t the only way to improve your chance at pleasure and better orgasm. There are many different sexual positions or toys that can stimulate your G-Spot. It is all up to you if you want to give the G-Shot a shot. Be careful and choose someone who is well trained for performing such a procedure.
Do you have questions about G-Spot amplification? Come to Century Medical and Dental Center (Downtown Brooklyn, Gravesend, Flatbush, Fort Greene and Midtown Manhattan) for your consultation today.