Aviva: Non-Surgical Labiaplasty
AVIVA is a InMode device for vaginal rejuvenation. It uses Radio Frequency and heat to reduce vaginal laxity. The scarless Labiaplasty treatment is non-surgical, and largely effective in decreasing the size of the labia and other outer vaginal tissues.
Why do I get vaginal laxity or vulvar enlargement?
Vaginal tissue can become stretched out due to childbirth or large hormones changes like menopause, which can lead to increased laxity in the labia and thinning of other vaginal tissue. The structural proteins that tighten and lift skin, like collagen and elastin can become thin and weakened over the years. Many women may feel self-conscious due to the appearance of loose skin in their gentle area. Furthermore, vaginal looseness can lead to other health concerns, such as repeated instances of vaginitis, urinary incontinence, and loss of intimacy in a relationship. This is a quick, painless treatment that may help you restore your inner confidence.
How does labiaplasty help us?
If you were experiencing discomfort in your genital area due to large Vulvar tissue, you may also be experiencing irritation and discomfort in the genital area while having sexual intercourse, wearing tight clothing and exercising. For women who wish to treat the discomfort of the genital area, the labia or even better it’s appearance, Aviva is an alternative to Surgical Labiaplasty. This procedure is non-excisional and could restore the normal function and aesthetic appearance of the genital, vulvar and vaginal area to a much younger and youthful appearance. We provide Aviva treatments, and Votiva treatments at an affordable price at our Wellness Medical Clinic in Tallahassee. Our skilled female Physician will meet with you prior to treatment and discuss your specific concerns to create a personalized treatment plan that makes you feel youthful and confident.
Contact us or visit our clinic to know more about the cost and procedure of Vaginal Rejuvenation and Aviva Non-Surgical Labiaplasty treatments. Also, Check out this blog post: