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Barry DiBernardo, MD – 1 Treatment
Excessive relaxation of the vaginal muscles is a common occurrence after vaginal birth, or due to aging. Damage can diminish sensation during intercourse, reduce sexual satisfaction, and change the relationship between partners. Laxity of the skin is caused by numerous factors and no area is immune to this natural decline.
Vaginal laxity is one of the most common, yet overlooked health concerns among women. About 76% of females are likely to develop vaginal laxity at some point in their life.1
Vaginal laxity can lead to the development of conditions like:
ThermiVa® is a treatment that uses temperature controlled radiofrequency energy to improve vaginal laxity. ThermiVa® treatments deliver controlled thermal energy to the desired areas, external (labia) and/or internal (vaginal). The treatment is performed with a one-time, disposable hand piece (ask your doctor for details).
There is no downtime other than the office appointments, and no anesthetics are required. Patients are comfortable, relaxed, and very pleased with the noticeable results.
ThermiVa® treatments are performed with ThermiRF® device. ThermiRF® is a temperature controlled radiofrequency energy emission device, used for non-surgical dermatological treatments (ThermiVa®) in aesthetics and other medical specialties.
ThermiRF®, a radiofrequency device approved for treating vulvovaginal laxity, has temperature control capability, making it possible for your provider to customize the selected therapeutic endpoint of your ThermiVa® treatment.
1Berman JR, Berman LA, Werbin TJ, Goldstein I. Female Sexual Dysfunction: Anatomy Physiology, Evaluation and Treatment Options. Curr Opin Urol. 1999;9:563-568.
In a recent Thermi multi-center clinical study of 65 patients:
Greater than 93% of women treated reported improvement in laxity.2
*Results may vary
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