Panhandle Plastic Surgery uses this device to tighten and rejuvenate the vagina — both inside and outside. Candidates for this treatment include women who have had children and suffer from vaginal dryness, laxity and mild urinary incontinence and leakage with coughing. ThermiVa has been shown in clinical trials to:
Tighten vaginal muscles
Tighten the labia majora
Improve vaginal lubrication
Reduce mild stress incontinence
Nationwide, one of the fastest growing types of aesthetic plastic surgery. Most patients seeking labiaplasty feel that there is too much labia. Others feel bulky in pants or a bathing suit to the point of not wanting to wear any revealing clothing. The final group of patients seeking such surgery are active who complain of rubbing. Labiaplasty is a surgical reduction of the labia and this delicate procedure is customized for each patient and can be done in the office.
A woman’s body changes throughout her lifetime, which include the decline of the vaginal lining due to the slowdown of collagen production. When collagen fibers decrease, the walls in the vagina lose their tautness, causing the skin to become loose. Pregnancy, childbirth, age, and genetic disposition can make these more pronounced.