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Aesthetics Practice Today

What’s Hot in 2016

Published January 5, 2016 1:50 PM by Mina Grasso
Aesthetic concerns of women go beyond the face and common body treatments.  Over the last decade focus on the body with term "Mommy Makeover" has increased in popularity. This year women will seek solutions to restore feminine youthfulness. "Vaginal Rejuvenation" has entered the world of aesthetics. The topic is gaining awareness worldwide.

Many don't bother reporting issues because they have accepted it as part of the aging process. Others due to cultural reasons are horrified to consider discussion or deny they have any issues. When bringing up the topic usually with their GYN practitioner, overactive bladder and stress incontinence are usually more acceptable topics to start the discussion. This may lead to discussion of vaginal laxity or looseness and other vulvovaginal issues like atrophy lack of lubrication - dryness especially in the perimenopausal and menopausal ages. Orgasmic disorders and sexual desire are issues rarely brought up by patients largely due to acceptance with aging and hormonal decline. Family practice, women's health and other specialties and now the world of aesthetics can provide options for treatment to optimize sexual health.

ThermiVA is a revolutionary solution to restore feminine youthfulness for our patients who desire cosmetic enhancement of the vulva and have experienced the additional benefits of resolving their incontinence and have reported improved orgasms. 

ThermiVA is a non-invasive procedure that requires absolutely no downtime. It utilizes a controlled radiofrequency platform. A small applicator with a temperature sensor at the tip is used to heat the tissue of the vulva and the vaginal canal. It uses temperature as a clinical endpoint to smooth skin and shrink mucosa. Heating the skin and mucosa promotes immediate contraction of collagen, immediate collagen remodeling and elasticity, and long term stimulation in producing new collagen. It is believed that incontinence and tightening of the pelvic floor and the heat of the radiofrequency to stimulate neuromodulation improve sexual function.

ThermiVA is the current WOW of the practice. Patients describe the procedure with the sensation of a hot stone massage on the vulva and report a pressure sensation with virtually no pain in the vaginal canal. No pain medication or anesthetic is required. With more patients demanding non-surgical options that provide long-lasting results without downtime, patient satisfaction is extremely high.

Patient testimonials:

"I am a 65 yr old woman that had experienced a decrease in sensation during sexual activity. My orgasms were lackluster if they even occurred. I heard of the ThermiVa procedure and had my first treatment 7 weeks ago. It was a short and comfortable procedure in a most aesthetic environment. There is no down time with this procedure so was anxious to see results.  All I can say is "WOW." All of my vaginal nerve cells came alive. It was like having intercourse 20 years ago. A few weeks ago, I had the second procedure with this treatment. I noticed tightening of both the external labia and vulva. The sensation is phenomenal and I am truly satisfied."

"Walking, laughing, sneezing, coughing frequently caught me in the embarrassing situation of uncontrollable dribbling. After the 1st of 3 ThermiVa treatments the improvement was surprising. I didn't expect results to occur within hours of the procedure, but they were. I'm able to "clench" and stop mid-stream (just as a test).  The month after the 1st treatment has been a relief from worry because I know I can control and prevent leakage."

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    Setting: Miami & Upland, Calif.
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