How Much Does Non-Surgical Vaginal Rejuvenation Cost?

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Non- Surgical Vaginal Rejuvenation Cost 3K

ThermiVa is an excellent option for non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation. This procedure uses radio frequency heat to shrink the tissues in and around the vulvar region. ThermiVa is the first thermal-controlled, non-invasive procedure capable of tightening both the inner vaginal canal and the outer labia majora and minora. Studies have shown the procedure to help multiple vaginal conditions, such as vaginal tightening, urinary incontinence, vaginal moisture and atrophy, sexual function and aesthetic appearance of the labia.The standard protocol includes three ThermiVa treatments, each taking place about one month apart. Some results are noticeable immediately, and improvements grow increasingly with each treatment. Maintenance may be needed for best results. ThermiVa is safe and has no recovery period after treatment. There is no anesthesia, no pain and the procedure can literally be done during your lunch break.

The cost varies by location, but generally it is $1000 per treatment with a recommended three treatments total. Depending on the results you are wanting, you may need to have a "touch up" procedure, ever so often.

About 3.5k

Nonsurgical vaginal rejuvenation with Thermiva costs between 3 and 3.5k for the recommended three treatments, depending on your area.   Our office charges $3200 for three treatments if all are paid up front, which we recommend.   We recommend this because people get so much effect from the first treatment they may not feel they need the second and third!  But the durability of the effect is greater if all three treatments are done, so we really recommend the full course so our patients have more lasting benefit.

A surgical repair costs between 4 and 8 thousand dollars, depending on a number of factors and what is being considered as part of the cost.

How Much Does Non-Surgical Vaginal Rejuvenation Cost?

FEMILIFT costs $3500 for a series of 3 treatments, spread apart at 4 week intervals. We also include a 4th treatment within 90 days of the 3rd, at no additional cost. Radio frequency treatments, such as ThermiVa, do not work so price is irrelevant. Fractional laser devices, such as Femi Lift by Alma lasers, actually have been shown through rigorous scientific study, to promote Neocollagenesis by heating the vaginal lining tissues to 60-70 degrees Celsius. Furthermore, Femi Lift also causes fractional ablation of the vaginal lining, resulting in regrowth of a thicker and more youthful vaginal lining. In my practice we have treated dozens of patients with Femi Lift and I have nor seen a single treatment failure. Furthermore, most, if not all of my stress urinary incontinence patients (mild to moderate severity) have completely resolved their SUI. ThermiVA is a radio frequency based device. This technology is not able to raise tissue temperatures sufficiently to promote new collagen growth (Neocollagenesis), which is necessary for any lasting results. It has been shown that Neocollagenesis occurs ONLY when the tissues are heated to 60-70C. ThermiVa absolutely does not heat tissues to 60-70C, but only achieves perhaps 45-50 degrees Celsius. By heating the vaginal lining tissues, ThermiVa causes swelling, or edema. There is no scientific basis that supports the notion of ThermiVa producing long lasting results

Steven M. Gitt, MD, FACS (in memoriam)
Phoenix Plastic Surgeon
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Usually the cost will be about 3000.00 for three treatments. then yearly or twice yearly follow up treatments

Jed H. Horowitz, MD, FACS
Orange County Plastic Surgeon
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The cost of non surgical vaginal rejuvation

Thank you for posting your question! I would recommend ThermiVa which starts at $3500 for a package of 3 treatments 30 days apart to ensure maximum results. ThermiVa uses RF (radio frequency) to warm the tissue to stimulate the collagen of the vaginal walls, increasing the blood flow and vaginal moisture. It can also be used externally to assist in the labia retracting giving it a more youthful look. You can visit the ThermiVa website to learn more about this treatment and to locate treating physicians in your area.    Best of luck with your decision!

Camille Cash, MD
Houston Plastic Surgeon
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How Much Does Non-Surgical Vaginal Rejuvenation Cost?

Thank you for your question.
Cost is always a concern, but you need to know what your problem or concern is plus what are you trying to achive.

Currently there are few nonsurgical vaginal rejuvenation available  for our female patinets with different new technologies including FemiLift, MonaLisa, IntimaLase, ThermiVa, There doctors who add PRP ( Platelet Rich Plasma ) to these procedure which make difference in treatment result and price.

At most offices, for laser vaginal rejuvination they are charging 3000 - 4000 for 3 session.
For Thermiva the charge is $4500 - 5000. If PRP is being added you are looking additional $1000 per session.

Good Luck and Best of Health

Non surgical vaginal rejuvenation cost

Hello thank you for your question. The price for this can vary depending on what you want to have done. Options include internal and with some procedures like ThermiVa, external. These procedures also require multiple treatments and usually an annual maintenance. Initial prices can range from 3-5,000. They are a wonderful options that leave patients very satisfied. 
Best wishes
~Dr. Poucher 

Cost of non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation

The best type of non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation is ThermiVa for several reasons. First, it provides good vaginal tightening results. Second, it enhances sensitivity to the entire vulvar/vaginal/clitoral areas that can enhance sexual stimulation and orgasm. Third, there is no downtime. The Monalisa and Femlift have some downtime as the vagina heals after the laser. They do not increase sensitivity to the vulvar area. Thus, if you want the biggest benefit for the buck, ThermiVa wins the prize. Cost is $1,000 per session; you do one monthly x3 and then every 6-12 months as needed. Results are amazing.

Robert L. True, MD
Grapevine OB/GYN
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Nonsurgical vaginal rejuvenation: FemiLift, MonaLisa, IntimaLase, ThermiVa...

Nonsurgical vaginal rejuvenation with any of the new technologies including FemiLift, MonaLisa, IntimaLase, ThermiVa, and a few more coming out over the next few months are temporary treatments. At most centers, you can buy them individually at a high price or in packages at a lower cost. Typical packages include 3-4 sessions at half the price of surgical vaginal rejuvenation.

Cost of Non-Surgical Vaginal Rejuvenation

Dear JHScott7612,

There are both laser (MonaLisa, Femilift) and radiofrequency (ThermiVa) non-surgical treatments for vaginal rejuvenation, and cost is generally dependent on geographic location, doctor's experience, type of and number of treatments.  Costs can range between $3,000-$5,000.
ThermiVa treats both the inside and outside of the vagina and is non-ablative while using heat to shrink the tissues and stimulate collagen formation, while the others are ablative and are just for internal use. You can read more about ThermiVa at the link below.

I hope this information is helpful.


Dr. Troy Hailparn

Troy Hailparn, MD
San Antonio OB/GYN
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