How Can I Treat Vaginal Laxity

Vaginal laxity is a common concern for women after childbirth, but it was not considered a priority in the past, so most women didn’t bother to ask the question – How can I treat vaginal laxity. But thanks to research and advancements in treatment, vaginal laxity can now be treated using non-surgical options like ThermiVa.

What is vaginal laxity?
Vaginal laxity refers to diminished tightness and sensitivity in the vaginal area. This is usually the result of the stretching of the vaginal skin during pregnancy or childbirth. As the baby passes through the vaginal canal, the underlying tissue may stretch or tear, resulting in a loss of vaginal tightness. Vaginal laxity may also occur as a consequence of aging.

ThermiVa for vaginal laxity
ThermiVa is a non-invasive, non-surgical treatment that uses controlled radiofrequency (RF) energy to firm the vaginal tissue. Treatment is done using a small handpiece about 0.5” in width, so there is no pain or discomfort. ThermiVa treatment takes about 30 minutes to perform, and there is no downtime.

How Thermiva works
The RF energy gently heats the tissue and this action stimulates blood flow, and rejuvenates the collagen. The improved blood flow restores the health of the vaginal tissue. In addition, when the cells of the vaginal wall receive a greater supply of blood there is improved cell function, resulting in a significant increase in natural lubrication and sensation.

Thermiva tightens the tissues of the vaginal wall, and since the tissue is healthier and stronger, the vagina becomes tighter, fuller, and more resistant.

Are you ready to treat vaginal laxity? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the San Antonio area, Dr. Kimberly Finder at The Face and Body Place is our featured practice.

You can reach them at or by calling (210) 879-7499.

Like this article?

Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on Linkdin
Share on Pinterest