What makes diVa vaginal laser treatment different from other similar treatments?
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Diva for vaginal rejuvenation
Great Technology sets it apart.
Diva is virtually pain free, and can be customized like no other treatment, while being safe. There is no risk of burning the cervix, or hot spots in the vaginal canal, which can be caused by the other technology available.
The procedure is very fast, an average of 3 minutes per treatment, and comfortable. The dilator isn't moving during the treatment, which is very important when the patient is really dry. Diva is a consistent treatment producing consistent predictable results, with only 3 treatments for the majority of patients, and no adverse events reported. Diva delivers both ablative and non-ablative wavelengths to the same treatment area, with this laser there's a 2940 nm wavelength for ablation (superficial treatment that stimulates collagen re-growth and plumping of the tissue), and a 1470 nm wavelength for coagulation to the vaginal mucosa (for the tightening effect). This gives me the ability to customize treatments based on the patient's concerns like laxity and stress urinary incontinence.
Diva Laser is the leader in this field
As more vaginal rejuvenation treatments are performed, the differences between the various lasers are becoming more apparent. Aside from the obvious - faster, better dilation and coverage, less poking/safer - the unique dual wavelength of the Diva allows for deeper resurfacing. The carbon dioxide lasers are limited by how deeply they ablate, so that after the first treatment, when the vaginal mucosa has already thickened, you get diminishing returns with each subsequent treatment. That doesn't happen with the Diva.
Just as the this dual wavelength technology is first in its class for facial resurfacing, Diva leads the field for vaginal rejuvenation.
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