More and more women (and men) are experiencing the wonders of ThermiVa and putting an exciting new spark in their love lives with this non-surgical procedure. For women who have raised their children and are now looking ahead to retirement years, this is a particularly meaningful procedure.

At this time of life, when couples are free to explore life on their own terms gaining a confident new sense of intimacy can be very rewarding. ThermiVa treatments can make you feel decades younger.

This non-invasive treatment makes use of radio frequencies to tighten skin. It reduces vulvar sagging, vaginal looseness and dryness. In addition, ThermiVa can reduce leaky and over active bladders as well as aid in the correction of orgasmic dysfunction and vaginal infections. ThermiVa may also help reduce mild to moderate pelvic prolapse symptoms by shrinkage of vaginal tissues and helping improve muscular coordination and strength.

ThermiVa is a comfortable in-office procedure that requires no anesthesia and no downtime. The recommended course of treatment is three procedures spaced over a period of 3 months. All normal activities can be resumed immediately after each procedure. Many patients are thrilled since the results can last up to a full year.

Women of all ages who desire to reverse the effects of childbirth and aging have experienced remarkable improvement with ThermiVa. While some women report immediate improvement, results vary from person to person. Most patients experience the most noticeable benefits about two weeks after a treatment.

Whether you are looking to turn up the dial on your love life or simply eliminate a leaky bladder, ThermiVa is a real game-changer. It improves the appearance, muscle tone and turns back the hands of time in the most intimate area of your life.

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