Pregnancy, hormonal changes, and aging can all contribute to cosmetic and functional changes of the vagina and vulva. These changes may include sagging vulvar tissue, elongated labia, loose muscle tone of the vagina, and sexual dysfunction. Fortunately, women now have a non-invasive option to treat all of these issues in a single procedure: Votiva.
Votiva is a procedure that harnesses the restorative effects of gentle radiofrequency energy and sub-dermal heating technology. This quick procedure offers dramatic results without the discomfort or downtime traditionally associated with invasive vaginal rejuvenation treatments. Discover how Votiva can help you to reclaim your feminine confidence, and reverse the changes brought on by age, pregnancy, Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause (GSM) and more.
COMMON FEMININE HEALTH CONCERNS:
- Laxity and wrinkled appearance of the labia and vulva
- Low blood flow and sensitivity
- Pain sensation caused by labial hypertrophy
- Weakening of the muscles
Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause (GSM) Symptoms include:
- Dryness, burning sensations, and irritation in
the genital area
- Poor vaginal lubrication during sex, discomfort
or pain with intercourse, and impaired sexual
- An urgent need to urinate, painful urination,
or recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs)
HOW DOES VOTIVA WORK?
Gentle controlled volumetric heating of tissue reduces pain, improves blood circulation, and stimulates the muscles.
WHAT IS THE DOWNTIME?
Votiva is completely non-invasive, so it requires little to no downtime. Some patients may experience redness, sensitivity or tenderness, but this should only last a few hours. For the most part, patients do not experience discomfort, and they can immediately resume their regular daily activities post procedure.
HOW MANY SESSIONS ARE REQUIRED?
Our Clinical Aesthetician will determine the best treatment plan for you. The majority of patients have 2-3 sessions, however, most notice a difference after only 1 treatment. The number of sessions depends on your treatment concerns, your personal goals, and if you plan to use a combination treatment or a single treatment approach.