Vaginal Tightening Procedures (Feminine Rejuvenation)
Vaginal laxity and urinary incontinence are common health concerns among aging women and women who have gone through childbirth or who have certain medical conditions affecting collagen levels in the skin and vaginal tissue. Over time the skin loses its shape creating a feeling of looseness around the vaginal area. Women dealing with this problem usually experience:
- Decreased libido.
- Loss of sexual arousal.
- Reduced sexual satisfaction during intercourse.
- “Stress” Urinary Incontinence (SUI).
In the past, treatment of these conditions required surgery with all the discomfort, downtime, and surgical risks that follow. Recent technological advances led to development of new non-surgical treatments that utilize various energy devices that can provide relief in many cases. At Richmond Medical Spa Club we successfully use these technologies to administer vaginal tightening treatments and help women with these common problems.
How Do Vaginal Tightening Treatments Work?
The technologies used for treatment of vaginal laxity deliver energy (either laser or RF) to tissue in order to stimulate collagen production over time, aiming to tighten the treated tissues.
Risks and Effectiveness of Vaginal Tightening
There are a number of non-surgical vaginal tightening or vaginoplasty procedures available. Examples include Viveve, Emsella, DiVa, ThermiVa, FemiLift, VotiVa, and others. One has to exercise caution in selecting a procedure, as there is a wide range of both effectiveness and safety of these procedures depending on the platform selected and the patient’s health condition. When patient is properly assessed, and proper treatment platform is selected, the risks and discomfort are minimal and treatment is effective. Thus, before administering a vaginal tightening treatment at Richmond Medical Spa Club, Dr. Pinkhasik will carefully assess your health condition and discuss your treatment options, risks, and benefits in detail, in order to maximize your comfort and safety during the procedure and a successful outcome. After your procedure you will be able to drive yourself home and resume your daily activities.