Hymenoplasty is a surgical procedure designed to reconstruct or repair the hymen, a thin membrane located at the opening of the vagina. The hymen is often associated with cultural, religious, or societal significance, and hymenoplasty is performed for various reasons, including cultural traditions, personal beliefs, or as a response to societal expectations. The procedure involves repairing the tissue to simulate the appearance of an intact hymen.
Hymenoplasty or Hymenorrhaphy which is often referred to as hymen repair surgery. It is a surgical procedure that aims at restoring the torn hymen. This cosmetic procedure repairs the broken or perforated hymen and is considered by many women for revirginization. Hymen is a very thin membrane that is usually pinkish in colour and is present in the lower part of the vagina.