People go through various physical changes throughout their lives. While many people feel comfortable discussing some of these cosmetic concerns, most women are more reserved about issues like vaginal laxity. Vaginal birth can damage the sensitive tissues of the vagina, resulting in both aesthetic and functional irregularities. Dr. Goldschmidt performs vaginal rejuvenation treatment with ThermiVa®, an advanced, nonsurgical approach that utilizes radiofrequency (RF) technology to revitalize the vagina and vulva.
Women who seek vaginal rejuvenation treatment must be in good health and have a realistic expectation of their procedure. During your consultation, Dr. Goldschmidt can assess your condition to determine whether you qualify for nonsurgical vaginal rejuvenation. ThermiVa® is appropriate for patients who can relate to the following concerns:
- Vaginal dryness
- Vaginal laxity
- Sexual dysfunction
- Displeasing vulval appearance
- Sexual Arousal
ThermiVa® is a painless vaginal rejuvenation procedure that can be performed in as little as 30 minutes without the use of anesthesia. The ThermiVa® handpiece can be applied to the external or internal tissues of the vagina, delivering RF energy that produces a warming sensation. The heat causes the skin to contract and triggers collagen production, resulting in tighter muscles, a more attractive appearance, and improved sexual satisfaction.
There is no downtime required after vaginal rejuvenation treatment with ThermiVa®. Women can resume their normal routine, exercises, and even sexual intercourse immediately following their procedure.
Women who undergo vaginal rejuvenation with ThermiVa® can enjoy smoother labia, tighter vaginal muscles, and improved vaginal functionality. ThermiVa® is also known to help produce more vaginal lubrication and alleviate incontinence. Patients will likely require follow-up treatment after a few years.
Complications following ThermiVa® treatment are uncommon. However, some minor swelling may occur. ThermiVa® should not be performed on women who are pregnant or have an active infection in the vaginal area.