The G spot, or Grafenberg spot, is an area of fine webbing of capillary blood vessels and lattice-like nerve endings, which is located in varying locations on the anterior vaginal wall, beneath the urethra and extending to the cervix. Although difficult to demonstrate anatomically, its physiologic effect is one of sexual pleasure and intensity of orgasm.
Nearly all genital arousal for women comes from the clitoris. However, once a woman is fully aroused by clitoral stimulation, you can either add or switch to different types of genital stimulation for variations on the orgasm or eventual climax. The G-spot, however, is difficult for women, and or their partners, to identify.
The G-Shot is available to make the process of identifying and stimulating the G-spot easier. By injecting Radiesse, Restylane or collagen or Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) which is extracted from the patient’s own blood and injected into the clitoris and the anterior vaginal wall, proximal, sexual pleasure is greatly enhanced for the majority of women. It doesn’t work for all, however, and needs to be reinforced after six to twelve months.
The procedure is done on an outpatient basis and requires about 20 minutes to complete. A topical anesthesia is used. After the procedure, discomfort is minimal and complications are rare. Activities such as usual work or driving can be resumed immediately and patients can resume sexual activities in 24 hours.