6 Questions Women Have About Vaginal Rejuvenation

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Vaginal rejuvenation encompasses a broad range of both surgical and nonsurgical procedures that address functional or cosmetic concerns, including age-related laxity and urinary incontinence. At our med spa in Houston, we offer multiple treatment options for women considering nonsurgical vaginal rejuvenation procedures.

The versatility of these energy-based treatments enables our providers to choose the option best suited for a patient’s specific concerns. Even though many people believe vaginal rejuvenation is primarily sought for cosmetic changes, these procedures provide several benefits that don’t involve the vagina’s appearance.

Despite the recent popularity of vaginal rejuvenation procedures, patients have a lot of questions about whether they’re good candidates for treatment and which procedure is best for them.

Here are 6 of the most frequently asked questions:

What Are the Different Types of Vaginal Rejuvenation?

Nonsurgical vaginal rejuvenation treatments such as diVa® and ThermiVa® use heat to stimulate collagen production and gently resurface the vagina’s inner walls. The new, healthy tissue that develops creates a tighter sensation. diVa uses hybrid laser resurfacing technology to treat the inner vagina, while ThermiVa uses radiofrequency (RF) energy to treat both the outer and inner vagina. DiVaTyte™, which helps improve the appearance of the outer labia, uses infrared light energy and can be combined with either diVa or ThermiVa for comprehensive vaginal rejuvenation.

Who Is a Good Candidate for Vaginal Rejuvenation?

Women experiencing symptoms related to aging, vaginal childbirth, or menopause benefit from nonsurgical vaginal rejuvenation. Some patients are self-conscious about the way their genitals look, but treatments also address several non-cosmetic conditions. Vaginal dryness, a feeling of “looseness,” and a lack of sexual satisfaction are all issues that vaginal rejuvenation can treat. Our med spa also offers BTL EMSELLA® to treat stress urinary incontinence. EMSELLA is a non-invasive treatment that promotes pelvic floor muscle contractions. Patients sit in a special chair, which delivers pulses of electromagnetic waves to stimulate involuntary contractions of the pelvic muscles.

How Long Is Recovery After Vaginal Rejuvenation?

The specific nature of your recovery depends on the treatment used. Neither ThermiVa nor diVa requires time off from work or routine daily activities. However, patients who get diVa treatments should not have sex for a week after the procedure because the treatment creates controlled injuries in the tissue. Mild cramping within 72 hours of a diVa procedure is also possible.

How Many Treatments Will You Need?

Patients who get ThermiVa vaginal rejuvenation may experience results after a single treatment, but most women schedule a series of 3 treatment sessions to get the optimal results. We recommend diVa patients begin by scheduling 3 treatments 4 to 6 weeks apart. The exact number of treatments required varies, and we customize treatment plans depending on the patient’s needs.

How Much Does Vaginal Rejuvenation Cost?

Ovation Med Spa offers competitive pricing for vaginal rejuvenation procedures. A single ThermiVa treatment costs $1,500, but a pre-paid 3-treatment package costs $3,600—a 20% savings. Our diVa pricing begins at $1,500 per treatment. A package of 3 treatments is normally $4,500 but can be purchased for 20% off at $3,600.

How Long Do the Results Last?

Results emerge gradually as the body produces new collagen, and the changes often last about a year before a single maintenance treatment session is necessary.

Women may want vaginal rejuvenation treatments to address just one concern or a combination of them. Having multiple procedure options is optimal for these diverse patient needs, and its array of treatments is why Ovation is often called the best med spa in Houston.

If you’ve been researching vaginal rejuvenation treatments in the Houston area and want to learn more about your options, contact us online to request a consultation or call us at (713) 936-2490 to schedule an appointment.

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