Which Vaginal Tightening Procedure is Right for You?
Even elastic eventually loses its so-called-elasticity. The same goes for the vagina.
When the muscles in the vagina get stretched out, refusing to pop back to their original size, it’s called Vaginal Relaxation Syndrome. The number one cause of this disorder can be traced back to vaginal child births and the risk increases with every baby a woman delivers.
While less common, aging, dramatic weight loss, and genetics can also cause VRS. No matter the cause of Vaginal Relaxation Syndrome, the fact is, it’s an unpleasant and uncomfortable issue. In addition to an undesirable appearance, relaxed vaginal muscles can cause urinary incontinence, gynecological issues, and decreased sexual pleasure.
The good news is women don’t simply have to learn to live with this problem as there are various procedures available for vaginal tightening – vaginoplasty is one of those options. During this outpatient procedure, the muscles in the vagina and between the anus and vagina are strengthened. During the hour-and-a-half surgery, the vagina is narrowed using a specialized laser technique that decreases bleeding.
For women with other surgeries waiting on their “to do” list, the great thing about vaginoplasty is that it can be performed in conjunction with a tummy tuck or breast augmentation. In addition, women can undergo other gynecological surgeries such as a hysterectomy or urinary stress incontinence procedure.
ThermiVa is a new non-invasive procedure that can be completed within 30 minutes and requires zero recovery time. This completely pain-free procedure involves radio frequency technology which tightens the vagina and labia. Patients will see an improvement after one visit but doctors recommend at least three for optimal results.
Want to find out if ThermiVa and vaginoplasty is the right choice for you? Call (310) 393-9359 today to schedule your free consultation with Dr. David Ghozland.