Regain Pleasure and Confidence in your Body without Surgery
For many women, an aging or post-baby body presents several challenges. Vaginal dryness, sagging of the vaginal lips, decreased sensitivity, and occasional mild incontinence are all common problems for women who have been pregnant or those going through menopause. Even younger women and women who have never had children can exhibit these symptoms. Now there is a non-surgical, pain-free way to restore your vagina to its youthful shape, tightness, and structure. It’s called ThermiVa. At NuBody Concepts*, we offer this technological, non-invasive procedure to women in the Nashville area who need help regaining self-confidence in a very important part of the female body.
*Offered in Brentwood location only
Changes as We Grow Older
Getting older can be a celebratory time in your life, but it takes a toll on your body – most notably due to the loss of collagen and elastin in the tissue. Whether you have given birth or are navigating menopause, the vagina responds by stretching and sagging. During pregnancy, the connective tissue in the vagina can loosen and cause sagging, and childbirth makes the vaginal wall stretch to accommodate the baby. Some women never fully regain the strength that they once enjoyed.
Even women without children may suffer from vaginal dryness, sagging and decreased sexual sensitivity and arousal. Older women also experience problems. As you age, changes in your hormones and other factors cause the body to produce less natural lubrication, which can increase pain and decrease pleasure during intercourse. For some women, lack of control over the pelvic floor – the series of muscles supporting your bladder, rectum, vagina and uterus – can create other problems, including mild incontinence.
The ThermiVa Solution to Vaginal Dryness and Sagging
If you’re looking for a way to enhance sexual pleasure, strengthen the vaginal canal and stop worrying about mild incontinence, then you can benefit from ThermiVa. This revolutionary non-invasive procedure for vaginal repair and labia rejuvenation uses heat technology to help women feel like themselves again. Other methods for treating pelvic floor weakness and vaginal problems include physical therapy and surgery. Physical therapy can help you regain control over your pelvic muscles, but some women find that therapy alone isn’t enough to tighten and strengthen the vaginal wall. Labiaplasty surgery can be an effective long-term alternative and in some cases might be the preferred option. However, for many women ThermiVa is an excellent non-surgical procedure to reclaim their bodies. It can be performed without discomfort or downtime and there is no healing process to go through.
How ThermiVa Works
ThermiVa uses temperature-controlled radio frequency therapy (RFT) that is applied with a handheld, S-shaped wand. The wand is thin and narrow, allowing for easy external as well as internal application depending on your needs. Because the heat used in the procedure is controlled, there is no risk of burning. Many women find that the procedure itself is short without any discomfort.
Radio frequency therapy has been used in medicine for many years, both for medical conditions and cosmetic procedures. As a cosmetic option, RFT is well known for its ability to enhance the skin’s cellular structure while renewing damaged tissue, which it does by stimulating collagen production. We can use this technology on sensitive areas, such as the vaginal wall and inner and outer labia (vaginal lips), to tighten loose tissue and rejuvenate areas that have been affected by age, childbirth, or other conditions.
If you are suffering from a weak pelvic floor and vaginal dryness and sagging, schedule a personal consultation today to find out how ThermiVa can help you.
Labiaplasty is a plastic surgery procedure for repairing the labia minora (inner lip of the female genitalia) and/or the labia majora (outer labia). There can be large variations in the shape of labia, and some women elect to enhance vaginal function and appearance with surgery. In addition, the shape of the labia often changes significantly due to tearing and stretching during childbirth. Vaginal repair surgery can restore self-confidence and satisfaction in women unhappy with their appearance, whether it is brought on by childbirth, aging, or simple anatomical differences. In recent years, labiaplasty has grown in popularity and acceptance among women of all ages.