ThermiVa: How Long Do The Results Last?
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ThermiVa Maintenance Treatments
Thank you for this question. Unfortunately, there are no procedures that will stop you from continuing to age. The need to retreat will be based on individual needs and expectations. For example, if ThermiVa was done for urinary incontinence and even a small leak is unacceptable, then a touchup may need to be done sooner rather than later. In addition, both genetic and environmental factors (such as smoking, weight gain/obesity, hormones, etc.) affect aging of the vaginal tissue. Overall, the expectation is that women will need one treatment per year as maintenance.
How long do the results last
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ThermiVa Lasting Results
ThermiVa treatment results vary depending on the area of concern being treated. External issues typically require one repeat treatment every 4-6 months after completion of the three treatment series.
Internal issues treated with ThermiVa can notice results for 6-12 months before needing a maintenance treatment.
Sadly nothing is permanent. However, we have seen good durability in the results after three to four initial treatments. Depending on the severity of the initial concerns and the response that an individual has, we have seen results lasting two to three years. Most of our patients have opted for a twice yearly treatment starting at about eighteen months after the last of the initial series to ensure optimal durability. For a non-surgical, no down time treatment, this has proven to be a reliable result with more than just improvement in stress incontinence.
How long will thermiva vaginal rejuvenation last
Thanks so much for your question -
ThermiVa uses radiofrequency to deliver heat into the female genital region in a comfortable non-surgical manner. The radio frequency energy causes tissue tightening and collagen remodeling. This causes increased blood flow, increased sensitivity, increased tissue tightening, and improved moisture balance.
The outer genital region benefits when the tissues are tightened.
Externally we have found about 6 months of improvement.
Internally our patients report improvements that last for about 12-18 months.
Not too bad for a 30 minute treatment.
I hope this helps!
ThermiVa results require an annual maintanance treatment
Like any surgical or non-surgical treatment, we don't often believe results last forever or are permanent. We permanently remove unwanted fat, excess skin, and in the case of ThermiVa, we correct and improve many common issues women experience whether it is increased sensitivity, tightening and strengthening the vagina, reshaping and reducing the appearance of the labia. However, we never stop aging and our body's collagen and elasticity (even the vagina) continue to lessen. ThermiVa is extraordinary and comfortable, and results can be noticed immediately following treatment (even the first treatment in a series), but following the therapy (traditionally 3, sometime 5 or 6 depending upon the patient), we will encourage you to return annually for a single session. This will support the initial therapy for continued increased blood flow, collagen production, and nerve stimulation. When my patients are really interested in keeping the external results from ThermiVa, I may even suggest they return more frequently.
Great question! Although the results for ThermiVa vary from patient to patient, most results last up to a year. Some patients have follow up treatments once every year or two.
Thank you for your question. With ThermiVa we're essentially turning back the clock: the aging process still continues to happen but think of it as we've taken you back several years. The protocol is typically 3-4 initial 30 minute treatments, and recommended 30 minute maintenance treatment annually after that.
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