New Vaginal Rejuvenation Treatment
Vaginal laxity and urinary incontinence are one of the most common health concerns among women. Childbirth, aging, and certain medical conditions affect collagen levels in the skin and vaginal tissue, creating a feeling of looseness. Women dealing with this problem usually experience:
- decreased libido
- loss of sexual arousal
- reduced sexual satisfaction during intercourse
- “stress” urinary incontinence (SUI)
There are several new treatments available for vaginal laxity, which usually includes the use of radiofrequency and laser technologies. These treatments stimulate collagen formation, remodeling, and tissue rejuvenation.
Radiofrequency technologies, such as Geneveve, produce a more effective response as compared to laser procedures, because it reaches deeper into the vaginal walls’ muscle layers, resulting in a significant tightening of vaginal muscles.
What is the Geneveve Treatment?
Geneveve is a radiofrequency treatment. Unlike surgical vaginal reconstruction procedures, such as Vaginoplasty, Geneveve is a non-painful, 30-minute, single-session, in-office treatment that does not require anesthesia.
How does it work?
Geneveve treatment gently delivers radiofrequency energy and surface cooling to stimulate your body’s natural collagen formation process.This dual process triggers the body’s own natural regenerative processes that lead to new and stronger collagen while maintaining patient’s safety and comfort.
Does it really work?
Women who have had the Geneveve treatment strongly agree that it works. In fact, over 90% of the women who had the procedure in clinical studies, reported significant, sustained tightening and improved sensation.
How soon will I see results?
Every patient is different. Some patients report feeling a difference immediately, but new lasting collagen takes up to three months to develop and may continue to improve after that time.
How long will the results last?
Results will vary from patient to patient based on their individual condition and their body’s unique ability to produce collagen, but on average patients are still feeling its results after 18 months. The doctor may recommend a maintenance treatment for even lasting results.
There are also other treatments that improve the longevity of your results.
Is there any recovery time?
You can return to normal activities immediately following the procedure. Intimate activities can be resumed 2 days after your Geneveve procedure.
Can anyone have the treatment?
The answer to this question depends on the degree of vaginal laxity that has been developed. This can be easily evaluated during a physical examination at your doctor’s office.
The doctor will determine if Geneveve is right for you based on your clinical assessment. However, the Geneveve treatment is contraindicated for patients with either an implantable pacemaker or an Automatic Implantable Cardioverter/Defibrillator (AICD) or certain other implantable devices.
Is the treatment safe?
The radiofrequency energy used in the treatment has been used for over a decade in treating the delicate skin on the face, neck, and hands. Numerous clinical trials by Viveve Clinics have demonstrated the safety of this latest application. One safe, painless Geneveve treatment can have a sensational impact on your sexual health.
What else can it do?
The Geneveve procedure can also cure urinary stress incontinence (SUI), also known as involuntary urination. The leakage of urine is a common and distressing issue, which affects many women worldwide and may have a large impact on quality of life. However, it can now be treated in a single session.
Click on the video below, and find out how Geneveve works:
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