Am I A Candidate for Non-surgical Vaginal Treatments?

If you have heard about non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation and you are considering getting the treatment done, you may have asked the question – Am I a candidate for non-surgical vaginal treatments. Non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation can provide good results for the right candidate, and requires no anesthesia or incisions.

What is non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation?

Non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation is used to describe procedures that use radiofrequency (RF) or laser energy, to tone and tighten the vaginal tissue. These procedures restore the health of the vaginal tissue, and in so doing, they correct problems in the vaginal area that arise as a result of factors such as vaginal childbirth and menopause.

Non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation treat a number of feminine concerns including vaginal laxity, vaginal dryness, and urinary incontinence.

Am I A Candidate for Non-surgical Vaginal Treatments?

If you have noticed that your vaginal canal feels somewhat looser than it used to be, and you are experiencing decreased sensation during intercourse, you may be a good candidate for non-surgical vaginal treatments.

The loss of tone in the vaginal area can also affect the ligaments and muscles that support the bladder, resulting in stress urinary incontinence (SUI). Many women accept SUI as a normal life experience, but non-surgical vaginal treatments can help, as they strengthen the ligaments and muscles of the pelvic floor. So if you are suffering from SUI, you would also be a good candidate for non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation.

Would you like to learn more about non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation?

If you are in the Toronto or Mississauga, ON areas, contact Skinatomy Laser Clinic for a consultation. Skinatomy utilizes the state-of-the-art Viveve for vaginal rejuvenation treatments.

You can reach them at, or by calling (647) 492-3887 for the Toronto office, or (289) 512-0188 for the Mississauga location.

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