Fox Valley Plastic Surgery wants to work with you to provide a better quality of life through each stage of your life. We offer therapies which are regenerative, restorative, and transformative to make you look and feel your best. Some issues are rarely discussed with your doctor, and may never even be discussed with our friends or partner. Drs. Janssen and Doubek, and our Physician Assistant Kate Myers would like to address your most private concerns through our Lifestyle Therapies Center. These issues may not be the topic of everyday conversation, but they are on the minds of many people. You will be pleased at how comfortable you will be in discussing your personal issues at our practice. We will treat you respectfully and privately, and will help you achieve your Personal Renaissance.
Dr. David Janssen and Dr. William Doubek have committed themselves to regenerative and restorative lifestyle therapies. The Wisconsin plastic surgeons are helping women and men from places such as Green Bay, Appleton, Fond du Lac, and Sheboygan perfect their personal Renaissance. Contact Fox Valley Plastic Surgery at (920) 233-1540 to request a free consultation in either the Oshkosh or Appleton office.
Dr. David Janssen and Dr. William Doubek combine experience, refined surgical techniques, and artistry to produce beautiful results for their plastic and reconstructive surgery patients.
Synthetic HRT has been on the decline in the last decade because of increased health concerns. Traditionally, HRT has been prescribed by primary care providers, endocrinologists, or gynecologists. In order to serve male and female patients who would be better off with hormone replacement therapy, Fox Valley Plastic Surgery offers bio-identical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT). BHRT will not only restore hormone imbalance, but will also safely and naturally alleviate symptoms of aging.
Patients should make their primary care providers aware if they elect to receive bio-identical hormones. FVPS requires all patients to have a regular primary care doctor, and all female patients to be current on mammograms, pap smears, and bone density screening tests. Learn more about BHRT.
Labiaplasty: The size, color, and shape of labia vary significantly, and may change as a result of childbirth, aging and other events. For women who are not satisfied with the appearance of their labia, a labiaplasty can help. This is a popular procedure in our office, and patients from the Fox Valley and beyond come here to get this procedure done. Learn more about labiaplasty.
Lichen Sclerosus: Lichen sclerosis (LS) is a benign but chronic skin condition commonly found on the genitals and characterized by white patches that usually causes itching, burning or pain. In woman, LS can lead to thinning and shrinkage of the genital area that can make intercourse, urination, and defecation painful. Previous treatment options were limited to steroids. Recent studies have shown that a new treatment involving PRP may be an effective therapy in the management of LS. Learn more about this new LS treatment here.
O Shot®: All natural, painless and non-surgical, the O Shot® (Orgasm Shot) is for women seeking to reclaim their sexual health and wellness. The O Shot® procedure uses platelet rich plasma from the patient’s own blood to stimulate tissue rejuvenation to enhance function in the areas of sexual response and urinary incontinence within the vagina. Learn more about the O Shot®.
ThermiVa™: Vaginal rejuvenation, both internal and external, is a very popular request for us. Patients who do not want surgery, such as a labiaplasty, should consider ThermiVa™, a non-invasive treatment which rejuvenates labia almost immediately. Internally, the changes occur slower, but are apparent in the improvement of laxity and lubrication. The rejuvenation of the vulvo-vaginal area also relieves mild stress incontinence. Maintenance treatments are required, but it is a very simple solution to a very difficult problem. Learn more about ThermiVa™.
Vaginismus: Vaginismus is a condition where there is involuntary tightness of the vagina during attempted sexual intercourse, insertion of tampons, or penetration involved in gynecological examinations. The tightness is caused by involuntary contractions of the pelvic floor muscles surrounding the vagina. The woman does not directly control or ‘will’ the tightness to occur; it is an involuntary pelvic response. The sexual pain, tightness and penetration difficulties from vaginismus are fully treatable, and can be completely overcome with no remaining pain or discomfort. Learn more about vaginismus.