The vaginal entrance is partially blocked by a thin pinkish membrane known as hymen. It is located just half an inch inside the vagina, and it is a part of vulva which forms the gateway to the vagina. Furthermore, until puberty, hymen forms the vaginal barrier against various external sources of infection. It protects and preserves the health of women by preventing the penetration of bacteria, and it is a symbol of virginity as well. The major reasons for the loss of virginity are use of tampons, extreme physical activities and first sexual intercourse. The surgical process of reestablishment of the integrity of the hymen is known as Hymenoplasty. This procedure is also known as hymen reconstruction, hymen restoration, hymenorrhaphy, hymen repair, revirgination and hymen surgery. In this procedure, the hymen tissue is reconstructed by tightening the outer edges of the vagina. Hymen is present along the vaginal entrance, hence hymenoplasty is performed as a part of treating vaginal damage caused due to heavy lifting, accidental falls, and other circumstances in which the hymen’s stability is lost. It is considered as a safe procedure and negligible risks are observed.