Non-surgical intimate rejuvenation has become more and more popular, as more women are opening up about their struggles following major life events like childbirth and menopause. With the reduced stigma around women’s health, particularly intimate health, there is more being done to assist women when they do have health issues, and we are proud at PHI Clinic to be able to be part of this movement.
Thermiva Non-surgical Intimate Rejuvenation
ThermiVa is one of the newest treatment offerings available to women for vaginal tightening, and our experienced staff are highly skilled in performing these treatments with utmost discretion. This is completely non-surgical, involving no cuts or incisions, unlike other methods of vaginal rejuvenation.
With a 95% “Worth it” rating on RealSelf from previous patients, many women are turning to ThermiVa and being thrilled with their results.
Conditions Treated With ThermiVa
As we age, the collagen and elastin in our skin, proteins that keep it strong, elastic, and taut, break down. This happens across our body and our intimate areas are not exempt from the change that comes with the natural ageing process. This can lead to vaginal laxity which is often exacerbated by childbirth and the menopause. Other conditions that can be treated include stress urinary incontinence and even orgasmic dysfunction, with many women seeing a noted improvement in both their sex lives and a reduction in incidents of incontinence.
How Does Non-surgical Intimate Rejuvenation Work?
ThermiVa uses radiofrequency to address a plethora of intimate concerns, by targeting the tissues in the vaginal area. During treatment, the temperature of the tissue is raised in order to encourage collagen growth and regeneration for noticeable results. Radiofrequency has no downtime, and patients can return to their daily activities immediately.
While it will vary from person to person, we recommend that the usual course will include three sessions, spaced one month apart. Occasionally, we may also recommend a maintenance treatment approximately once a year. However, we will always need to see you for a consultation in order to determine the best course of treatment.
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