ThermiVA: Vaginal Rejuvenation Without The Surgery

 

Many San Antonio, Austin and Texas women want vaginal rejuvenation, but they don’t want the hassle and possible side-effects of surgery. That’s where ThermiVA comes in.

ThermiVA uses radiofrequency technology* to tighten the vagina and vulvar skin. The procedure is done in-office without anesthesia or cutting. And unlike having vaginal rejuvenation surgery, there’s no downtime. So you can come into the office, have the approximately 30-minute ThermiVA procedure, walk out and continue with your day’s activities. Women appreciate the results and no-pain aspects of ThermiVA. (You can read ThermiVA San Antonio patient reviews here. Watch ThermiVA videos for further explanation.)

 


 

ThermiVA Procedures

You may be asking, “How can ThermiVA benefit me?” At the Cosmetic Gynecology Center of San Antonio, ThermiVA procedures are designed to treat:

  • Vaginal looseness
  • Mild pelvic relaxation
  • Mild stress urinary incontinence
  • Vaginal atrophy (dryness)
  • Painful intercourse due to menopause

For vaginal tightening, our physician, Dr. Troy Robbin Hailparn, suggests three treatment sessions, 4-6 weeks apart. Even with that, it costs significantly less than vaginal rejuvenation surgery. A once-a-year maintenance treatment may be required at an additional cost. (See ThermiVA before-and-after pictures.)

 


 

ThermiVA vs Vaginal Rejuvenation Surgery

There are medical circumstances for which ThermiVA may not be a suitable treatment option. This includes moderate to severe pelvic relaxation and related symptoms such as cystocele and rectocele. Vaginal rejuvenation surgery and other surgical procedures are designed to address those issues. Severe SUI symptoms are also better addressed using other forms of treatment.

For more information about ThermiVA and to discuss your intimate concerns, use our contact form or call our office at 210-615-6646 to schedule a consultation. Dr. Hailparn and her compassionate, sensitive, and discrete staff are happy to answer any questions you may have.

References

*Comprehensive Thermoregulation for the Purpose of Skin Tightening Using a Novel Radio Frequency Treatment Device: A Preliminary Report. Douglas Key, MD, Journal of Drugs in Dermatology, February 2014.

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