Vaginal Rejuvination provided by ThermiVA Anaheim, CA
ThermiVa® applications use radiofrequency energy to gently heat tissue. The patent pending ThermiVa electrode is designed for applications including the vaginal anatomy.
ThermiVa is a brand new non-surgical treatment that rejuvenates the vagina and vulva, without plastic surgery. It is both FDA and Health Canada approved. Based on advanced RF technology, ThermiVa® allows you to obtain the safest and most precise treatment for restoring the appearance of your labia majora and minora, as well as dramatically tighten the tissues of your vaginal canal without surgery. On top of that, the device can improve the health of your vulvovaginal area, particularly after you’ve given birth or are in your latter years — childbirth and the natural aging process can cause changes that affect your feminine wellness, which makes ThermiVa® a great option for women who want to reverse these damaging effects.
Childbirth: A particularly strenuous vaginal childbirth, or multiple births, can cause stretching of the vaginal canal. Pregnancy and giving birth can also loosen and stretch the tissues, causing the labia majora and labia minora (the outer and inner lips of the female genitalia) to stretch and sag.
Aging: Aging and the effects of menopause can cause physical and functional changes, such as excessive dryness and hanging, saggy labia. The vagina can also loosen as a common sign of age.
Both conditions can rob you (and your partners) of your sense of well-being and happiness. It can also lead to mild to moderate stress incontinence and an over-active bladder, causing embarrassing situations while laughing or performing certain activities.
Important ThermiVa Safety Considerations
Product should not be used on patients who are pregnant, have a urinary tract infection or a skin infection in or around the area of treatment. Treating physicians should perform required testing to confirm patient is negative for infection or pregnancy. Patient should be awake and monitored during the procedure for any unexpected symptoms. Expected procedure side effects may include pain in procedure area, erythema and edema.