ThermiVa™ may be more effective than Kegels at tightening the pelvic floor muscles. To learn more, call board-certified McLean plastic surgeon Dr. Roberta Gartside todayKegels are used to strengthen the pelvic floor, which may help prevent urinary incontinence. This exercise will not, however, tighten the vaginal canal or labia – even when performed daily.

Like Kegels, ThermiVa™, a nonsurgical vaginal rejuvenation treatment, helps strengthen the pelvic floor. Unlike Kegels, this noninvasive procedure also tightens the vaginal canal and improves the appearance of the labia. If you are tired of Kegels or simply wanting to accomplish more than they offer, it may be time to call McLean plastic surgeon Dr. Roberta Gartside at 703-742-8004 to discuss your options.

Is ThermiVa Right for Me?

ThermiVa addresses vaginal laxity and is ideal for women who are experiencing diminished sexual pleasure due to over-relaxation of vaginal muscles. The cosmetic aspects of this vaginal rejuvenation treatment also make it ideal for women with a bulging or more pronounced labia. However, increased sexual pleasure and improved labial appearance are not the only benefits offered by ThermiVa.

If you struggle with urinary incontinence, have suffered pelvic prolapse, or have a fallen bladder or rectum, ThermiVa may be the nonsurgical solution you have been looking for. Using controlled levels of therapeutic radiofrequency energy, our female plastic surgeon can strengthen and tone the pelvic floor to restore comfort and confidence, and help prevent the embarrassing complications produced by these medical issues.

To learn if you are a good candidate for ThermiVa, please contact New Image Plastic Surgery Associates and schedule your initial consultation today. Our board-certified plastic surgeon serves Northern Virginia and Washington, DC from our offices in Reston and McLean.

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