TAKE BACK CONTROL
Women don't want to feel as though they've lost control of their body - especially when it affects intimate parts of their life.
ThermiVa® is a non-invasive, non-hormonal treatment that uses controlled radiofrequency energy to gently heat tissue, with little to no discomfort and no downtime.
"When heated, collagen fibrils will denature and contract, which is believed to lead to the observed tissue tightening."1
1Rusciani, A., Curinga, G., Menichini, G., Alfano, C., Rusciani, L. (2007). Nonsurgical tightening of skin laxity: A new radiofrequency approach. Journal of Drugs and Dermatology, April 2007; Volume 6, Issue 4.
THERMIVA HAND PIECE
Hand Piece Size: The width of the hand piece is about 0.5”. The specially designed hand piece has a thoughtful design with comfort in mind.
Active Tip: The small metal square on the bottom of the electrode is the active tip - this is the area that will gently heat the tissue via emission of radiofrequency energy.
- Non-invasive, non-ablative, non-surgical, and no anesthesia required
- Convenient application performed in-office
- No downtime
- Delivered at your comfort level
- Used on both internal and external vaginal tissue
ThermiVa is not for patients who are currently pregnant or have an infection around the area of application. For more detailed information, please consult with your provider.
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“[Radiofrequency] technologies are widely and successfully used for treatments in dermatology and aesthetic medicine, stimulating the remodeling tissue properties and inducing the production of new collagen and elastic fibers.”1
ThermiVa applications can be performed on either the ThermiVa or ThermiRF® device. These devices are temperature controlled radiofrequency energy emission devices used for non-surgical dermatological procedures in aesthetics and other medical specialties. Because these devices have temperature control capability, your provider is able to customize the temperature used for your ThermiVa application.
1Karcher, Cheryl et al. (2016). Vaginal rejuvenation using energy-based devices. International Journal of Women’s Dermatology, May 2016; Volume 2, Issue 3. 85-88.
*Since 2015, data on file