What exactly is feminine vaginal rejuvenation?

Feminine vaginal rejuvenation treatments have become popular in recent years, as more women look to non-surgical solutions for concerns such as vaginal laxity, and urinary leakage. But what exactly is feminine vaginal rejuvenation, and how does it work.

What exactly is feminine vaginal rejuvenation?

Feminine vaginal rejuvenation refers to non-invasive treatments that use energy-based devices to tone and tighten the vaginal tissues. These devices typically use radiofrequency (RF), or carbon dioxide (CO2) energy.

Aging and childbirth can result in the relaxation of the vaginal muscles. When this happens, there may be uncomfortable side-effects such as vaginal laxity, decreased sensation, and stress urinary incontinence (SUI). Feminine vaginal rejuvenation is designed to address these issues.

Feminine vaginal rejuvenation is a simple treatment that generally lasts only a few minutes, and is virtually pain-free (click here to learn more).

How does feminine vaginal rejuvenation work?

The vaginal rejuvenation device delivers energy to the deep layers of the vaginal tissues. The heat triggers a thermal effect that causes existing collagen fibers to contract, and stimulates the production of new collagen, making the vaginal tissue plumper and tighter. Vaginal rejuvenation treatments also enhance blood flow and improve the overall function and aesthetic appearance of the vaginal area.

How many treatments do you need?

It typically takes 2-3 treatments to achieve optimal results.

Votiva vaginal rejuvenation treatment

Votiva by InMode is one of the most popular vaginal rejuvenation treatments on the market. Votiva uses radiofrequency energy to treat both the internal and external tissues of the vagina (learn more).

Would you like to learn more about feminine vaginal rejuvenation? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Tupelo, MS area, Dr. Mark Craig is our featured provider.

You can reach them at www.drmarkcraig.com, or by calling (662) 377-6290.

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