I'm considering both Thermiva and Femilift .
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Combos of fractional lasers and non-ablative technologies are not new
FemiLift and Thermiva both target the vaginal canal and vulva, but few if any patients have tried both. You could certainly try both and report back with your impressions. Certainly in the world of facial laser peeling, a combo approach is commonly used with fractional CO2 delivering a deep stimulation of collagen formation and the non-ablative treatment (with RF or another laser) targeting the superfical tissues. Stimulating more collagen is never a bad thing so long as it doesn't overheat the skin. I would disregard any comments comparing the two technologies from physicians who don't own both machines.
ThermiVa / Femlift
There really is no need to have Thermiva and Femlift done together. ThermiVa has the added benefit of treating the external vulva and no downtime with great immediate results. It also depends what results you're looking for. Thermiva is great to help with tightening vaginal laxity bladder issues, vaginal dryness and enhanced sexual response.
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