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Sexual Health and Wellness

For individuals with vaginismus (tightness of the vaginal muscles), vulvodynia (chronic vulvar pain), pelvic floor dysfunction, and vulvar vestibulitis (pain upon entry to the vagina), Vaginal Botox may offer significant relief by ceasing muscle contractions contributing to pain and/or dysfunction. After an in-depth assessment of your symptoms, Drs. Kimble will develop a custom-tailored treatment plan for you. The entire procedure can be quickly performed in the comfort of the Kimble Center for Intimate Cosmetic Surgery and requires no downtime. Most patients experience the benefits of Vaginal Botox within two weeks and can expect to maintain those results for up to a year.


Are you bothered by the following concerns?
Don’t worry! Our dedicated, friendly, and compassionate sexual health experts are here to help you. We are well-equipped to tackle these questions and guide you towards a path of healthy sexual esteem. No topic is too taboo or question too intimate in our compassionate sessions.

Experience a Judgement-Free Space

In our sessions, we create an environment where you can freely explore and express your emotions. Our focus is on validating your feelings and supporting you as you embark on a journey of sexual self-discovery. Whether you identify as any gender or navigate diverse relationship dynamics, we aim to help you joyfully embrace your unique sexuality. We prioritize your comfort, confidentiality, and well-being throughout the therapeutic process. Together, we will navigate the complexities of sexual health and empower you to embrace a fulfilling and satisfying sexual life.

Services Tailored to Your Needs

Whether you are seeking guidance on sexual functioning, dealing with sexual trauma, navigating relationship challenges, or simply looking to enhance your sexual satisfaction, The Kimble Center offers a wide range of services to meet your specific needs. Our expert therapists utilize evidence-based approaches to help you address concerns and empower you to lead a healthy and fulfilling sexual life.

How It Works

Initial Consultation

Your sexual health and wellness journey begins with an initial consultation with our experts. During this confidential session, our compassionate sexual health experts will take the time to understand your unique concerns, goals, and desires. We will create a safe space for you to express yourself openly and honestly, ensuring that we have a comprehensive understanding of your needs.

Personalized Treatment Plan

This plan may include a combination of therapeutic techniques, counseling, education, treatments, and exercises designed to address your concerns and support your sexual well-being.

Therapeutic Sessions

The Kimble Center offers therapeutic sessions conducted by our skilled sexual health experts. Through evidence-based approaches and compassionate guidance, we will work together to explore your concerns, address any underlying issues, and develop strategies to enhance your sexual health and satisfaction.

Tools and Resources

In addition to our therapeutic sessions, we provide you with valuable tools and resources to support your sexual health journey. These may include educational materials, exercises, and recommendations for self-care practices. We believe that knowledge is empowering, and we strive to equip you with the information and resources necessary to nurture your sexual well-being.

Ongoing Support and Follow-Up

Your journey toward sexual health and wellness is an ongoing process. We are here to accompany you throughout your journey, offering unwavering support and understanding.

Ready to Reclaim Your Sexual Well-Being and Unlock a World of Possibilities?
Get in Touch Now

Let us be your allies in exploring your desires, addressing past trauma, and fostering healthy sexual relationships. Embark on a journey toward sexual fulfillment and empowerment. Reach out to us today and take the first step on your path to sexual health and wellness.

conditions & concerns we treat

Our mission is to foster self-love through specialized and compassionate care so those identifying as female may live beautifully from the inside out.

Love for women translated through medicine

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sexual health & wellness

poor sexual arousal

At the Kimble Center for Intimate Cosmetic Surgery, we recognize that female sexual health plays a lead role in your well-being and wellness. Poor sexual arousal presents as a drop in sexual interest and a decrease of vaginal desire/arousal when presented with physical stimulation.

poor vaginal lubrication

25% of women between the ages of 50-59 experience poor vaginal lubrication during sex, and 16% will experience pain as a result. Even before menopause, as many as 17% of women between the ages of 18-50 will experience poor lubrication during sex.

poor libido

For women, a poor libido or a “lacking” sex-drive can be the result of many different factors, ranging from psychological to hormonal. If you are unhappy with your dip in desire, the Kimble Center for Intimate Cosmetic Surgery may be able to help get your sexy back.


If you are a woman or person with a vagina who consistently struggles to reach orgasm during sex, you may have surrendered to the belief “I just can’t have them.” However, what you may not know is there is quite likely a medical reason for your difficulty in reaching climax. The medical term for this: anorgasmia, and it is an extremely common condition.

orgasmic disorders

Sexual pleasure is an important and healthy part of a woman’s life. For women or persons with vaginas who are unable to, have difficulty with, or are consistently dissatisfied with the intensity or frequency of their orgasm(s), they may be dealing with an orgasmic disorder. Transgender individuals may be especially at risk.

painful sex

Pain during sex (dyspareunia) should never be ignored. If you or someone you care for is experiencing recurring or consistent vaginal pain before, during, or after sex, Drs. Kimble can help. While painful sex is quite common (it is estimated as many as 75% of people with vaginas experience painful sex at some point in life), it is not a life sentence.