The gold-standard for non-surgical vaginal tightening

Sciton is renowned for its innovative skin rejuvenation laser systems, and in recent years it has extended its brand to include the diVA hybrid laser for vaginal rejuvenation. diVA has quickly become the gold-standard for non-surgical vaginal tightening, because ofits quality, versatility, and effectiveness.

diVA Laser Vaginal Therapy
diVA utilizes hybrid fractional laser technology to resurface the vaginal tissue. It treats feminine concerns such as vaginal laxity, vaginal laxity, stress urinary incontinence, and chronic vaginal infections.

How it works
The diVA handpiece is enclosed within a single-use Strengthened Quartz Dilator (SQD) that is ergonomically designed for ease of use, and comfort. The dilator is inserted into the vagina and expands the vaginal tissue. It remains in place while the handpiece is rotated all through the area being treated. The heat from the laser promotes collagen contraction that tightens the vaginal walls, and also triggers collagen production.

diVA the gold standard for non-surgical vaginal tightening
Hybrid Fractional Laser technology is a revolutionary innovation that combines ablative and non-ablative technologies. The hybrid fractional laser technology is a part of Sciton’s Halo laser system that has been providing very impressive skin rejuvenation results.

diVA is also unique because it is equipped with High Precision Automation (HPA)technology. HPA allows diVA to operate without the need to be manually positioned by the medical provider, thereby ensuring more consistent results, and also reducing procedure time. HPA is not available with any of the other laser vaginal rejuvenation systems currently on the market.

Do you think vaginal rejuvenation may be the solution for your vaginal issue? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in Walnut Creek or Greenbrae, CA, Dr. Robert Aycock is our featured board certified plastic surgeon.

You can contact him at or by calling (925)-937-8377 in Walnut Creek, and (415-460-7995) for the Greenbrae practice.


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