A G-Shot® or G-Spot Amplification (GSA) is a simple, non-surgical procedure that involves the injection of  Hyaluronic Acid filler to the G-Spot (Grafenburg spot). By amplifying the G-Spot, sexual enhancement can be achieved in sexually active women. In fact a study by Dr. David Matlock reported that 87% of women had enhanced sexual gratification after receiving a G-Shot®.

The G-Shot® is a short procedure done under local anesthesia that takes less than 30 minutes (the actual injection itself takes less than 5 minutes!) The G-Spot® is augmented to about the diameter of a quarter to amplify sensitivity, by a specialized gynecologist. There is no recovery needed, and results can last up to 4 months.

The G-Shot® is the perfect procedure to compliment Vaginoplasty and/or Labiaplasty to enhance your overall sexual well-being.
Contact Toronto Cosmetic Clinic today to book your free G-Shot® consultation with a patient consultant.

G-Shot® Injection

FAQ’s

  • Does it hurt?

    There is local freezing to the area, however due to the abundance of nerves on the G-spot, you will feel a bit of discomfort, but the procedure is rather quick so the discomfort will not last long. It feels very similar to if you were getting a regular pap smear.

  • How much does it cost?

    The price is based on how many syringes you want. Most patients receive 1 or 2 syringes of filler. Each syringe is $1400 plus HST.

  • What are the effects from the G-shot?

    More arousal and heightened orgasms and are reported amongst the top results.

  • Are there any side effects or risks?

    The side effects are minimal, but do include pain, infection and excess swelling. Some risks include possible nodule formation and/or constant awareness/sensitivity of the G-spot.

  • What happens after the injection wears off?

    Typically the effects will last around 4- 6 months. After this, since the filler is made of hyaluronic acid (which is a substance that our body naturally has) the body will reabsorb it, and the g-spot will shrink back to its normal size over time.