How Many diVA Treatments Are Recommended?

Are you dealing with feminine issues that are making you feel a little less like yourself?

Loss of lubrication, chronic infections, and even stress urinary incontinence (SUI) can make it difficult to feel as confident as you’d like. You deserve to feel carefree and confident – plus, you should be able to enjoy intimacy without worrying about loss of lubrication or feeling as though you’ve lost optimal tightness.

That’s where the Sciton diVA comes into play!

This innovative technology is FDA-cleared to use laser heat therapy to tighten, tone, and rejuvenate the vaginal region. Sciton diVA is an excellent choice for candidates who may be struggling with the following feminine concerns:

  • Loss of lubrication
  • Loss of tightness
  • Lack of sexual satisfaction
  • Chronic vaginal infections
  • Stress Urinary Incontinence

The diVA technology is delivered via a slender handheld piece, which emits laser heat energy to the vaginal walls. The heat triggers contractions in the vaginal walls, which promotes greater tightness and strength. Additionally, the contractions stimulate collagen production, which helps to rejuvenate and lubricate the vaginal walls. The strengthened walls help support bladder activity, meaning sudden laughs, sneezes, and coughs will no longer trigger involuntary urination.

Most patients walk into their diVA treatment consultation expecting to go through multiple treatments to see these benefits. However, they’re surprised to learn that it usually only takes a single treatment to see optimal results! These results can last for several months, at which point candidates can undergo another procedure to continue enjoying the benefits of diVA treatments.

Ready to experience total vaginal rejuvenation? To learn more about how many diVA treatments you may need, schedule a consultation with board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Robert Aycock in Walnut Creek, CA (925)-937-8377 or Greenbrae, CA (415) 925-1700.

Dr. Aycock serves the greater San Francisco Bay area.

By |2017-07-26T09:58:08-07:00July 15th, 2017|Vaginal Tightening|

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