ThermiVa treatment for feminine rejuvenation was created and developed in the USA in order to combat vaginal laxity in women. This can be caused by the natural ageing process or significant life events like childbirth, which can in turn cause stress urinary incontinence. Alongside treating this stress incontinence, ThermiVa can be used to restore sensation in the area, as well as to improve orgasmic dysfunction.
How does ThermiVa treatment work?
Unlike many other feminine rejuvenation options, ThermiVa treatment is completely non-surgical, involving no anaesthetic, cuts, or scars with no downtime, and is entirely hormone free. The treatment itself uses radiofrequency energy to encourage remodelling of collagen within the tissue for a tightening effect.
Collagen is a vital protein that is responsible for skin and tissue strength and elasticity, and the treatment directly strengthens this in order to improve both aesthetic and functional concerns. The device can also be used on the external area in order to tighten the tissues of the vulva for a noticeable improvement in the appearance of sagging or lax skin.
ThermiVa Treatment Results
Many women notice a difference after just one session, but at PHI Clinic we normally recommend a course of three treatments in order to benefit from an optimal outcome. These sessions are usually spaced 4-6 weeks apart and, depending on your individual needs, your clinician may advise a yearly ‘top up’ treatment for continued results.
We always require a consultation with one of our experienced nurses in order to perform an in depth assessment and create a bespoke treatment plan to suit your individual requirements before any treatment goes ahead.
Find Out More
For more information, or to book a consultation and discuss ThermiVa treatment with one of our highly skilled clinicians, you can call us on 0207 034 5999, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill in the form on our contact page. You can also follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for more information about our other treatments.