Is there an age minimum for diVa vaginal laser therapy?

Should a woman be a certain age to consider having diVa vaginal rejuvenation?

Doctor Answers 4

Diva for vaginal rejuvenation

The diVa procedure is very safe and effective and has been approved for patients above the age of 25.  You can expect to be in the office for 30 minutes or so.  The first 20 minutes are for numbing and changing into a gown.  The procedure itself takes 3-5 minutes and there is no manipulation of the machine during the procedure like the other lasers on the market.  Also, the portion of the laser that is inserted is disposable making it very hygienic.  You will experience so spotting for a day or two.  There can be a mild pressure sensation for an hour or two after the procedure as well.  We don't recommend vaginal intercourse or submerging in water for a few days.  Other than that, not much else to expect or worry about.

All the best!
Sheila Nazarian, MD


Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon
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Diva for pre and post menopausal women

Diva vaginal laser therapy is indicated for patients that are both pre or post menopausal. Diva is recommended for any female over the age of 25. A women can have a decline in vaginal health by 2 different major events in life such as childbirth and menopause. Diva is a quick treatment that is performed in the office by the physician.

Barbara Bopp, MD
New Orleans Dermatologic Surgeon
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An age for the diVa procedure

At our practice we don't encourage any treatment that is not necessary.  The treatment is for women who suffer from incontinence, lack of lubrication, or desire vaginal tightening or rejuvenation.  

DiVa

The minimum age is 25. This treatment is great for pre and post menopausal women that have any issues with vaginal dryness, stress urinary incontinence or laxity. Schedule a consultation with the nearest provider to see if this is the treatment for you.

Robert G. Aycock, MD
Bay Area Plastic Surgeon
4.9 out of 5 stars 10 reviews

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