Thermiva vs surgical options for vagina rejuvenation. I am looking to tighten vagina is thermiva a good option?
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Non surgical vaginal rejuvenation with ThermiVa
ThermiVa has been one of our biggest "wow" non-surgical procedures ever and has the added bonus of making 2 people very happy. Your concern is the most popular reasons that patients come to see us for ThermiVa.
ThermiVa delivers a controlled amount of radio frequency (RF) energy which causes tissue tightening, increased moisture, bladder control, as well as shrinkage of the labia majora and minora. The application tip has a sensor that closely monitors the temperature in real time, which makes it very safe.
A series of three treatments are performed in the office spaced one month apart. After that most patients will need an annual maintenance treatment.
The procedure itself is painless and takes 30-45 minutes to complete. Patients describe a comfortable warm sensation, and no anesthesia is needed. There is absolutely no downtime, patients can resume sexual activity the same day.
I hope that this information is helpful.
ThermiVa treatments use radiofrequency energy to gently heat tissue to reclaim, restore and revive feminine wellness, without discomfort or downtime.
ThermiVa uses a special wand applicator which may be applied externally to labia and vulvar tissues to restore normal tissue tone and function. The specially designed handpiece may also deliver radiofrequency energy inside the vagina to revive atrophic tissue and other structures.
- No surgery
- No downtime
- No anesthesia
- Comfortable, in-office treatments
- Three 30 minute sessions, one month apart
- May resume sexual relations same day/night
- Noticeable improvment after 1st or 2nd session
- Long lasting results
ThermiVa for vaginal tightening
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With great respect, I completely disagree with my friend and colleague, Dr. Alinsod. Not that ThermiVa is not a good option (it is for modest surface tightening)). Yes, there is one article in the American literature re: ThermiVa, but it is preliminary, and does not compare ThermiVa with either Laser or surgical vaginal tightening. There are no prospective long-term head-to-head studies comparing ThermiVa with FemiLoft, Mona Lisa touch, or other Laser treatments. I'm sorry to say, but Dr. Alinsod is deeply financially involved with the company that MAKES ThermiVa, and is a developer of the procedure, and he understandably biased. That said, he is also a PREMIER vaginal floor surgeon, and is very aware of the differences between either Laser or RF tightening and a surgical repair. They are different, and someone who has significant vaginal relaxation and an "open": vagina will be terribly disappointed by either ThermiVa or Femilift.
I have performed > 100 vaginal tightening operations, and many FemiLifts. I personally decided on Laser, but from my research perspective (I am also a researcher, having published 6 articles in tier1 peer-reviewed literature on genital plastics. I am very familiar with the literature & research. Both FemiLift and ThermiVa appear to have good short-term results FOR MILD/RELAXATION, but it is only a well thought out and well accomplished surgical repair, PLUS a pelvic floor exercise regimen that will do the job for the kind of "loosening" after childbirths that gives a "sensation of a wide, friction-less vagina..."
Please understand: both ThermiVa and FemiLift work ONLY on the surface vaginal SKIN. Neither do asything to tighten the muscles and effect real long-term tightening; this is accomplished by a surgical repair & pelvic floor exercises.Both ThermiVa and Femilift may be used in the far upper vagina (where there are no muscles) in conjunction with a surgical muscle and cosmetic repair, to help with widening "up high" and also to modestly help diminish urinary mild-moderate urinary incontinence
If you wish, click on the link below. There is info on both Vaginoplasty/ Vaginal Rejuvenation (I use the 2 terms interchangably) and FemiLift.
Michael P Goodman MD
ThermiVa is an excellent option for non-surgical vaginal tightening. As the inventor of ThermiVa I am certainly biased that it is the best option out there if you want to avoid surgery and achieve significant and consistant vulvar AND vaginal tightening effects. Lasers such as MonaLisa, FemiLift, IntimaLase, Juliet just cannot get the level of tightening that radiofrequency ThermiVa can achieve. Radiofrequency is superior to fractional lasers for tightening. Period. To achieve the same level of vaginal or vulvar tightening a laser must be ablative and non-fractional which results in a very long downtime of months with resultant shrinkage of vaginal mucosal tissue that can cause painful sex.
The current vaginal lasers out in the market are fractional so do not cause those problems but then they cannot achieve the same tightness as radiofrequency. ThermiVa is the only one that can tighten the labia majora without anesthesia and without having to purchase additional laser hand pieces. Both technologies work for dry vagina but only ThermiVa works on the labial dryness without additional anesthesia and laser handpieces. ThermiVa is wonderful for stress incontinence and overactive bladder. Some of the lasers can help with stress incontinence but not overactive bladder like ThermiVa can. ThermiVa is the only device shown to improve orgasmic dysfunction and reduce the time it takes to achieve an orgasm.
Lastly, ThermiVa is the only device known with muscle and fascial healing effects to both heal and improve muscle function inside the vagina. So when I logically look at the pros and cons of the systems available for non-surgical vulvovaginal tightening I must ask myself which technology has the most value. When I get past the marketing hype it is a rather easy decision in my eyes.
Tighter yes, but its not the muscles
Kegel exercises will strengthen your pelvic musculature but thats not how ThermiVa works. It works by applying controlled heat to the mucosa of your vagina which shrinks the tissues. Its minimally intrusive, painfree and, in the world of cosmetic procedures, fairly cheap. Hope you'll schedule an appointment with a doc in your area to discuss your interest. Good luck
ThermiVa for Vaginal Tightening
ThermiVa works by delivering radiofrequency (thermal energy) via a small probe to both the internal vaginal canal and the external labia. The tissue is heated to specific temperatures, encouraging the growth of new collagen, increased blood flow and improved nerve supply. ThermiVa is FDA approved for skin tightening, however, patients also report increased sensation, moisture and improvement in symptoms of stress urinary incontinence.
The ThermiVa can certainly improve the laxity of your vagina, but keep in mind that unlike surgery the ThermiVa does not change the amount of skin or tighten muscles. I always tell my patients that it would be comparable to a face lift vs botox injections. Yes, you will see improvement in skin laxity, but it is a non-invasive procedure so results won’t be as drastic. I would recommend that you consult with an experienced physician who specializes in cosmetic gynecological procedures to guide you, based on your medical history and physical exam.
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