Our ThermiVa in Seattle treatment is an innovative, non-surgical treatment for the vaginal region. This new technology uses radiofrequency energy to tighten, strengthen, and improve the appearance and resiliency of the labia and the vagina.
At Egrari Non-Invasive Center in Bellevue, we serve the entire Seattle area. Dr. Egrari skillfully performs ThermiVa vaginal rejuvenation treatments as an effective non-invasive option for patients who want to improve and strengthen vaginal and labial appearance and function.
The ThermiVa® procedure is performed using a cream-based local anesthetic. A single-use wand is inserted into the vagina to treat internal areas and may also be placed on external areas to treat the labia minora and majora. Using radiofrequency energy, the tissue is gently heated (40-45 Celsius) to tighten vaginal tissue and contract and rejuvenate vaginal muscle structure. The wand is rotated to cover all areas, focusing on any specific areas of concern.
Using radiofrequency, ThermiVa delivers controlled thermal energy to gently heat the labia and vagina. This treatment contracts the tissues into a tighter bundle and encourages new collagen production. It is also believed to aid tissue and nerve healing.
Our ThermiVa in Bellevue procedure is a safe, effective treatment to improve vaginal health and sexual response and enjoyment. This painless, non-invasive procedure is performed to correct:
A complete ThermiVa in Bellevue procedure involves three separate treatments over a three-month period. No anesthesia is required and there is no downtime after treatment. Patients experience a heat sensation during the procedure, but it is not uncomfortable or alarming.
Treatments usually take less than 30 minutes to perform. Patients are typically comfortable and relaxed during treatment and report results to be impressive. You may resume all activities immediately after the procedure, including sexual intercourse.
Surgical procedures such as our vaginal rejuvenation in Seattle surgery that addresses labia minora/majora reduction may be necessary procedures for some patients.