Vaginal Rejuvenation

Viveve

What is Viveve?

The Viveve system was designed to assist women with vaginal and urinary restoration & rejuvenation. With childbirth, or as women age, the vagina can lose collagen & structure. The Viveve procedure is administered into the vagina through a small device (wand) that emits cryogen-cooled monopolar radiofrequency (CMRF) waves. The waves work to stimulate collagen production in the vagina. The new collagen stimulates rebuilding of the vaginal structure which will alleviate symptoms & accidents associated with urinary incontinence, and can increase overall sexual satisfaction.

Viveve Benefits

Viveve activates your bodies natural regeneration process stimulating the creation of new, robust collagen to rejuvenate your vaginal tissue. The built-in cooling system ensures you feel no discomfort throughout the 30-45 minute process. In addition to relief from urinary accidents, the Viveve procedure can additionally lead to more orgasms. Relief from some symptoms will happen the week following the procedure, and full results will take place in about 90 days.

Questions?

If you have any questions about the Viveve procedure, or if you would like to schedule a consultation, contact our team today!

O-Shot

What is the O-Shot?

The O-Shot is a safe, non-surgical process that uses growth factors from your own body (blood plasma) to assist with vaginal rejuvenation. The process can be completed in office, and begins with a simple blood draw. The beneficial growth factors in platelet-rich plasma (PRP) are extracted from your blood sample and will be used to rejuvenate the vaginal area during your procedure. The entire procedure should take approximately 30 minutes. 

O-Shot Benefits?

Countless women going through menopause, or who have passed their childbearing years, experience urinary incontinence, vaginal dryness and even reduced sexual responsiveness. Thankfully new treatments, like the O-Shot, are on the horizon offering symptom relief without the pain or downtime associated with surgical intervention.

Questions?

If you are interested in receiving the O-Shot, or have questions surrounding the process, we’d be happy to help. Contact our team today for a consultation!

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