Answers to Your Questions About Vaginal Rejuvenation With ThermiVa
ThermiVa is a non-invasive procedure to restore the vagina to its youthful shape, tightness, and structure. The following questions will help you better understand the procedure and address any concerns you may have. If you have additional questions, we invite you to schedule a personal and confidential consultation.
ThermiVa is a non-invasive procedure. It uses heat to strengthen the vaginal wall without surgery or stitches and requires no downtime or recovery period.
Does ThermiVa hurt?
No. ThermiVa is applied using a thin wand to apply heat to the vaginal canal without any discomfort.
Will ThermiVa enhance sexual pleasure?
ThermiVa helps increase natural lubrication and nerve sensitivity, which can lead to greater sexual satisfaction, including better orgasms. Other benefits include tighter and more defined labia and vulva, and a reduction or even elimination of mild to moderate incontinence.
How long is the recovery period after undergoing ThermiVa?
There is no recovery period. You can resume normal activities – including sex – on the same day of your procedure.
Are there any side effects with ThermiVa?
There are no side effects from undergoing a ThermiVa treatment because it uses a targeted amount of heat in short, infrequent sessions. ThermiVa leaves no scarring, and it can’t damage the surrounding tissue. It is a pain free procedure, meaning you will not need any sedation or anesthesia and will not experience any downtime.
When can I expect to see results after ThermiVa?
For best results, patients need to come in for three sessions of ThermiVa, but most women see an improvement after the very first treatment. After the initial three sessions, it is recommended that women come in for a yearly maintenance treatment for long term results. If you have a baby or experience another life change that affects the results, we recommend you schedule an extra visit.
Is ThermiVa the same as labiaplasty surgery?
No. A labiaplasty is a surgical procedure to repair the labia minora and/or labia majora (inner and outer lips of the female genitalia), whereas ThermiVa is a non-surgical procedure that is solely based on the use of heat to strengthen and rejuvenate the vagina.