Worldwide, women want to reclaim their younger or “pre-baby” bodies. Restore their satisfaction. Revive their relationships. Thermi believes women deserve to reclaim, restore, and revive their vulvovaginal youthfulness and well-being.
No discomfort or downtime
Non-invasive, non-ablative, non-hormonal
No anesthesia required
Three 30-minute sessions, one month apart
Long lasting results
Thoughtfully designed with comfort in mind.
About the size of an average finger – 0.5” wide.
The small metal square on bottom of hand piece is the active tip – this area gently heats tissue via emission of RF energy.
ThermiVa treatments use temperature as a clinical endpoint.
“When heated, collagen fibrils will denature and contract, which is believed to lead to the observed tissue tightening.”1
Because the ThermiVa device has temperature control capability, the therapeutic endpoint for each patient is completely customizable.
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
vaginal rejuvenation patient
"I recently became aware of a relatively new treatment for a problem shared by a great number of women. Because it is a "female" problem that involves sexuality, it remains under-discussed. Many find it difficult to even talk about, even with their doctors. That problem is vaginal atrophy. It's a problem as universal as menopause. It sounds terrible, and it really is for the women who have come to believe they just to live with it. The women that do consult with their doctors are often prescribed hormonal replacement therapies. But not all women want to use hormones, and not all women can.
Like many others, I was not a candidate for estrogen replacement because I had breast cancer that was estrogen receptor positive. My cancer treatment included an aromatase inhibitor which exacerbated my vaginal symptoms. I put up with this condition for five years. A few months before my five year annual visit to my oncologist, I fortuitously stumbled upon a webinar hosted by my plastic surgeon, Sarah Holland. She was discussing the benefits of ThermiVa. I had never heard of it before. I learned that many women, of all ages, were finding cosmetic and functional value from this therapy that uses radio-frequency energy for internal and external vaginal rejuvenation. ThermiVa also helps some women with stress incontinence.
I am currently being treated at Dr. Holland's office. It's fast, easy and painless. I'm not finished with treatment, but I am already getting truly positive results. This is a life changer for me. But hardly anyone seems to know about it. There are other similar vaginal therapies available to women as well. I don't understand why many doctors are unaware of these breakthroughs concerning vaginal health."
LABIAPLASTY surgical procedure
WHAT IS A LABIAPLASTY?
Labiaplasty is the surgical reduction of the labia minora, the inner lips of the vaginal wall. There can be minimal discomfort associated with the procedure and the sutures that are used dissolve on their own.
WHAT DOES LABIPLASTY DO?
The goal of the procedure is to reduce asymmetry when one is longer than the other, or to reduce the length of both labia so that the labia no longer twist, tug or fall out of a bathing suit.