ThermiVa™ is an in-office, non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation procedure that can be used to tighten both external labial tissues and internal vaginal tissues for numerous indications. ThermiVa works by gently applying heat in the form of radiofrequency that stimulates the body’s own collagen and reduce laxity.
The procedure takes about 30minutes, is not painful, has no downtime and patients are able to return to their daily activities and sexual activity that day.
Dr. Hustak is a leading provider in both surgical and non-surgical genital rejuvenation and has talked locally and nationally about options for nonsurgical rejuvenation. Virtually every woman can benefit from this modality at some point in their lives.
Hundreds of local Houstonians, national clients, and even international clients that have traveled to see Dr. Hustak for her specialty knowledge, can attest to the benefits of ThermiVa including:
Appearance: Outer tissues appear tighter, more plump, and youthful
Urine leakage: Improvement in stress incontinence (urine leakage during laughing/straining) and over-active bladder symptoms
Internal Tightness: Vaginal mucosa is very responsive to heat penetration and tightens at the opening and along the length of the canal for an appreciable difference with each treatment
Moisture: As the vaginal mucosa is remodeled, it becomes healthier and more moist. This is a nice benefit in post-menopausal vaginal dryness.
Sensation: When the vagina becomes firmer and less lax, the nerves are more accessible and easily stimulated, resulting in greater sexual pleasure. This is also true for the clitoris by mechanisms not yet know.
Hemorrhoid shrinkage: External hemorrhoids often create skin tags when they are no longer active. The heat of ThermiVa has shown good results with tightening the thin stretched skin of hemorrhoids
Meet with Dr. Hustak to make sure you are a good candidate for non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation and if so, the procedure can be done at the same time as the initial consultation. For full effect, Dr. Hustak recommends a series of 3 treatments spread 1 month apart.