ThermiVa is a non-invasive, non-hormonal treatment that uses radiofrequency to gently heat vaginal tissues. The heating process causes the collagen fibers in your vagina to contract, which then makes the lax tissues tighten. Increased circulation also helps stimulate natural vaginal lubrication. Additional collagen production helps tighten muscle tissue and provide greater sensitivity, allowing for improved sexual arousal and bladder awareness.

ThermiVa provides immediate cosmetic results for external labial application and some patients have reported improvement in urinary leakage in as little as three days. With no downtime, no post-treatment restrictions, and minor discomfort during treatment at the most, ThermiVa is an amazing alternative for women who want a solution to their discomfort that will suit their active lifestyle.

ThermiVa improves the following conditions:

  • Vaginal laxity
  • Urinary leaking
  • Enlarged, protruding labia
  • Uncomfortable intercourse

ThermiVa Handpiece

Hand Piece Size: The width of the hand piece is about 0.5”. The specially designed hand piece has a thoughtful design with comfort in mind.

Active Tip: The small metal square on the bottom of the electrode is the active tip – this is the area that will gently heat the tissue via emission of radiofrequency energy.

  • Non-invasive, non-ablative, non-surgical, and no anesthesia required
  • No hormones
  • No downtime
  • Delivered at your comfort level

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