Women can deal with vaginal laxity for a variety of reasons at different parts of life. It is commonly associated with having given birth. Vaginal laxity also happens as a woman goes through menopause. In the past, options were limited to deal with both the problem and its symptoms. Now, technological advancements have allowed for the development of ThermiVA. This revolutionary treatment uses radiofrequency energy to correct the vaginal laxity, greatly improving quality of life.
How Does ThermiVA Work?
The ThermiVA treatment sends radiofrequency waves into the targeted area. This has been proven to stimulate the production of elastin and collagen. In fact, radiofrequency waves are widely used in many cosmetic procedures because it is so effective and rebuilding all-important collagen.
Alternatively, some women choose to have this done on the labia majora and minora. Through this process, these body parts can both look and function better. Any sagging in the area can be eliminated through the production of collagen.
Women usually see their optimal results after receiving three treatments that have been spread out 4-6 weeks apart. Each treatment will take only 30-45 minutes and will not result in any downtime. You can immediately resume your normal life, including sexual activity.
Who Is an Ideal Candidate for ThermiVA?
Any woman that is in overall good health and experiencing symptoms of vaginal laxity would be an ideal candidate for this treatment. ThermiVA is a great choice for women who want dramatic results but do not have time to undergo surgery. This treatment is great for almost every woman. The only exceptions are pregnant women and those with active vaginal infections.
Consider yourself an ideal candidate for ThermiVA if you would like to:
- Boost your confidence
- Increase your sexual gratification
- Decrease problems with urinary incontinence
- Experience more natural lubrication, due to increased blood flow to the area
If you would like to learn more about ThermiVA at Georgia Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery in Marietta, GA and whether or not it is an ideal treatment option for you, contact our office today to schedule your consultation! Our staff is here to answer your questions and address any concerns you may have.