ThermiVa® is a non-invasive vaginal rejuvenation procedure. This specializaed technique uses controlled levels of radiofrequency energy for tightening and contracting the labia, as well as the vaginal canal. Unlike a labiaplasty, ThermiVa® is a non-surgical, in-office procedure that does not require the use of sedation or cause you any downtime after the procedure. Although, more than one treatment is generally required for optimal results.
Dr. Roberta Gartside is proud to be the first board-certified female plastic surgeon in the D.C. area to offer this advanced vaginal rejuvenation treatment. With her years of experience and compassionate nature to all of her patients, you can feel comfortable coming to New Image Plastic Surgery Associates for your vaginal rejuvenation needs.
If you are interested in learning more about ThermiVa®, please contact us by calling 703-742-8004 to schedule your initial consultation with our board-certified female plastic surgeon. We have offices in Reston and McLean to better serve women living throughout Virginia, as well as those who live in nearby areas of Washington D.C.
Benefits of ThermiVa®
ThermiVa® is a wonderful solution for women who have experienced a loss of sexual satisfaction due to excessive relaxation of the vaginal muscles. It is also ideal for women who have undergone cancer treatment and are experiencing hormone issues as a result, and those who experience incontinence.
ThermiVa® has many benefits that address the issues listed above. These include:
- Non-invasive treatment
- A decrease in bladder leakage
- Reduction of urinary urge symptoms
- Increased vaginal moisture
- Increased vaginal comfort and reduced irritation
- Immediate skin tightening
- Improved sexual comfort and satisfaction
- No downtime
ThermiVa® is an ideal solution for addressing vaginal laxity and all of the sexual, physical, and emotional issues that may accompany this common problem. Click here to learn more about this non-surgical treatment for vaginal rejuvenation from Dr. Gartside.
Candidates for ThermiVa®
Nearly any women in her 30s, 40s, or 50s may be candidates for ThermiVa® treatment.
Dr. Gartside may recommend this treatment if you:
- Are experiencing excessive vaginal dryness
- Have a fallen bladder, rectum, or pelvic prolapse
- Suffer from urinary incontinence
- Experience difficulties climaxing or have diminished sexual response
- Are unhappy with the appearance or feel of your labia
The best way to learn if you are a good candidate for ThermiVa® is by contacting Dr. Gartside and scheduling a confidential one-on-one consultation at our Reston or McLean office.
The ThermiVa® Process and Recovery
Those who chose to undergo ThermiVa® treatment can expect a painless process with no downtime post procedure. The process involves the ThermiVa® device gently heating the vaginal tissue with radiofrequency energy to stimulate collagen production to help skin and tissue tighten.
Treatment sessions generally last about 30 minutes with no recovery period after the treatment. That means you can resume your normal daily activities, including sex, immediately after your procedure. For best results, three treatment sessions over a course of three months is recommended. This may vary depending on your specific situation and will be discussed with you by Dr. Gartside during your comprehensive consultation.
Contact Our Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon Today
Dr. Gartside is a board-certified plastic surgeon with decades of experience, but it is her personal touch and deep understanding of female-specific issues that make her ideally suited for vaginal rejuvenation procedures. She makes it her mission to help you reach your aesthetic goals by using the most advanced techniques and technologies and making the experience as comfortable, safe, and effective for you.
If you are in any way dissatisfied with the appearance, function, or sexual response of your vagina, please call Dr. Gartside at 703-742-8004 and schedule your initial consultation today. At New Image Plastic Surgery, we proudly provide services to those who live in Reston, Fairfax, Mclean, and nearby areas of Virginia and Washington, D.C.