How can nonsurgical vaginal revitalization help me?
Many women are surprised to learn that nonsurgical treatments can achieve excellent results without surgery, downtime or even an extended treatment time. More recently, it has become an option to help women address the concerns that come along with the natural aging process or with the changes following pregnancy and/or childbirth.
How does radiofrequency work?
What is Radiofrequency for vaginal laxity or urinary incontinence?
Just like the skin, the vagina also relies on collagen for its support. Radiofrequency is a nonsurgical in-office procedure that stimulates collagen production within the skin and muscle tissue, essentially helping to tone and tighten. It does this by use of a dual mode via a small probe to deliver cryogen cooling to protect the surface tissue and radiofrequency waves to heat the deeper tissues, thereby stimulating collagen production. Currently, Radiofrequency with Cryogen Cooling is indicated for the treatment of vaginal laxity after childbirth to improve sexual function in over 50 countries throughout Europe, Asia and Latin America.
How may I know if Radiofrequency is right for me?
- Do tampons feel like they are slipping out?
- Does your vagina feel loose during intimacy?
- Have you noticed a decreased physical sensation during intimacy with your partner?
- Do you sometimes feel like air is passing through the vagina?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you may want to discuss with your physician today.
What can I expect during and after my Radiofrequency treatment?
During your treatment, you can sit back and relax. The treatment may require 30-45 minutes. It is typically painless and does not require anesthesia.
After your treatment, your body responds by generating stronger collagen, more resilient cushioning all along the vaginal canal and in the vaginal opening. Women can begin to feel results start to develop within the first 30 days of treatment with gradual improvements continuing over 3-6 months. Depending on how you respond, your doctor may recommend a touch-up treatment every year to keep the same level of results.