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.
Both are options
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
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Options for vaginal rejuvenation
Thanks for your question -
Female vaginal health is something that has long been neglected - There are multiple potential solutions for vaginal laxity. It is completely normal to have a change in vaginal tone after childbirth. Traditionally surgery has been a mainstay in vaginal rejuvenation and is certainly effective.
More recent treatments include laser ablation of the vaginal vault and ThermiVA.
The downside to surgery and laser is they are procedures that typically require downtime, recovery and anesthesia for pain control. ThermiVA has the advantage of avoiding these down sides.
See your plastic surgeon to discuss which treatment is right for you!
ThermiVa vs. Surgery for tightening/sexual sensation
Thank you for sharing your (unfortunately common) story. Despite the fact that your vaginal area may be “within normal limits” that doesn’t mean that things haven’t changed for you or that it is functioning optimally or even tolerably well. ThermiVa has been shown to contract and tighten the vaginal tissue by using heat to coil collagen and induce new collagen formation. It may even work to strengthen pelvic muscles. In addition, patients have reported increased sensitivity during intercourse, increased orgasmic potential, and even a resolution of the inability to have orgasms. Having surgical tightening will not increase sensitivity and may even decrease it due to cutting off blood supply and nerve endings during the surgical procedure. ThermiVa is an ideal treatment for patients with complaints similar to yours. Good luck to you!
To put it simply, ThermiVa is a great option for vaginal rejuvenation. Numerous clients of mine have raved about the results, especially that they begin to see them after their first treatment.
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