Aging impacts every part of our body. For women, their vaginal tissues aren’t spared. The combination of having children, menopause, and simple aging can create problems with internal tissue slackening, decreased sensitivity, dryness, even urinary incontinence.
At Gaines Plastic Surgery, we have an awesome, completely non-invasive answer called Votiva. Votiva is a treatment from InMode, a leader in the aesthetic world. Votiva uses radiofrequency energy to tighten vaginal tissues and improve sensitivity, all without a minute of downtime.
What Benefits Does Votiva Deliver?
At Gaines, our patients love these easy-to-take treatments for the changes they make with their vaginal tissues and intimacy. These include:
- Vaginal tightening
- Improved sensitivity
- Reduced vaginal dryness
- Improved firmness in outer labia
- Improved appearance of the labia
- Reduced urinary incontinence issues
What Symptoms Would I Have to Be Right for Votiva?
If you’re a candidate for Votiva, these are some specific symptoms may be experiencing:
- Increased vaginal dryness
- Reduced vaginal sensation
- Increased sexual dysfunction
- Pain during intercourse
- Urinary incontinence from pressure such as coughing
- Redness in the vaginal tissues
- Slight vaginal discharge
How Is Votiva Performed?
Votiva uses the FormaV attachment head. This small, completely comfortable handpiece applies uniform radiofrequency energy to both internal and external vaginal tissues. When this energy is concentrated and applied to the vaginal tissues, it causes a gentle heating sensation. This has an immediate tightening effect, as existing collagen is remodeled. But the heating also triggers the production of new collagen and elastin, and this is the key to long-term improvements in the vaginal tissues, sensation, and sexual satisfaction.
Is Votiva Painful?
These are not painful treatments. You’ll only feel a warming sensation as our registered nurse, Kaley Harris, performs your Votiva treatment.
Interested in rejuvenating your intimacy? Call us at Gaines Plastic Surgery, (352) 333-9600, and ask about Votiva.