The Votiva-FormaV is a non-surgical form of vaginal rejuvenation that helps fix issues with the labia and vagina. The Votiva-FormaV device uses radiofrequency energy that is targeted to the vagina and/or labia, remodeling the tissue. This technique has many benefits over traditional forms of labiaplasty. There is no need for incisions, no pain, no downtime, and there are quick results.
Candidates for the Votiva-FormaV are typically the same people who could benefit from a traditional surgical labiaplasty. Women who are bothered by vaginal dryness, decreased sensation, or sagging labia can benefit from this treatment. Women who feel self-conscious and physical discomfort are great candidates. Those who do not wish to undergo surgical treatment with a lengthy downtime can choose the Votiva-FormaV as an alternative.
The Votiva-FormaV treatment is performed in-office; a local anesthetic can be used to minimize any discomfort. The device will be used to deliver controlled radiofrequency energy to the vagina and labia. Patients may feel a heating sensation during treatment. The energy helps to tighten the tissues in the vagina and the labia. This entire procedure can be done in about ten minutes.
- Sagging and wrinkled appearance of the labia
- Vaginal dryness
- Decreased sensation and sexual dysfunction
- Urinary stress incontinence
- Loosened vaginal canal
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There is no downtime after the Votiva-FormaV treatment. Patients can return to work and normal daily activities afterward. Some patients might feel slight discomfort after the treatment, but this should subside quickly. Unlike surgical labiaplasty, patients are unlikely to experience any lasting side effects such as bleeding, scarring, dryness, or a loss of sensation.
Most patients notice immediate results with continuing improvement over several weeks. The treatment involves a series of three treatment sessions once a month for three months. To help maintain the results from Votiva-FormaV repeat treatments are recommended every year.
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