Vaginal laxity can be frustrating to deal with, but a vaginal rejuvenation treatment can help. More women are looking to non-surgical solutions to help with vaginal issues, as they work quickly, and there is no downtime. But how many vaginal laxity treatments are needed to experience results?
Women that go through menopause often experience vaginal laxity and vaginal dryness, which are two issues that can adversely affect their quality of life. Loss of tone in the vaginal tissue is often due to a decline in collagen levels, as a result of aging and hormonal changes. Childbirth is also a contributing factor.
Non-Surgical Vaginal Rejuvenation
Non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation is now a popular treatment for women suffering from vaginal laxity. It involves the use of energy-based therapies that renew and regenerate the vaginal tissue. These therapies are safe and effective and are able to quickly restore tightness to the vaginal area.
How Many Vaginal Laxity Treatments Are Needed to Experience Results?
The number of vaginal laxity treatments needed to see results varies, depending on the technology used. Most vaginal rejuvenation treatments recommend a course of 2-3 sessions to achieve optimal results. However, the revolutionary Geneveve treatment by Viveve is a superior technology that only needs one session to tone and tighten the vagina.
Geneveve uses cryogen-cooled monopolar radiofrequency (CMRF) technology to deep heat the vaginal tissues, providing faster results that last for 12 months. The handpiece delivers tiny pulses of RF energy to the connective tissue in the vaginal canal, and this initiates the regenerative process.
Geneveve can correct vaginal laxity in one 30-minute treatment, and the procedure can be life-changing for women suffering from looseness in the vaginal area.
Do you think that Geneveve may be the right treatment for you? Call the West Coast Women’s Reproductive Center in Sherman Oaks, CA at (818)-616-9277 today to schedule a consultation. Or, you can fill out the “Request a Consultation” form on the side of this page.