FormaV is a painless, non-invasive, sub-dermal heating procedure that feels like a warm massage. During treatment with FormaV, comfortable and uniform Radiofrequency (RF) heating is applied to the internal vaginal canal and external vulvar tissues and enlarged labia. The flexibility of the FormaV technology allows for precise treatment that restores tightness, reduces dryness, and improves the overall appearance of the area for comprehensive vaginal renewal. Patients see results immediately, with continued improvements over the following weeks. As collagen is produced, elasticity aids in tightening the vaginal walls, helping to increase friction that improves sexual satisfaction for both you and your partner. This is a treatment that has patients and their partners raving about the outcome.
One of the greatest side benefits is an improvement in stress urinary incontinence. Many women experience an involuntary escaping of drops of urine upon coughing or without any special reason. Votiva treatment strengthens the muscles of the pelvic floor and helps reduce the problem. Treatments also help restore moisture to the vaginal area, resulting in decreased discomfort due to dryness, especially during sexual intercourse.
Patients can expect to feel a heating sensation during treatment. Results can be felt and seen immediately, with continued results over the following weeks. We recommend three sessions about 2-4 weeks apart, with an annual maintenance treatment every 12 months.
Depending on the intensity of the treatment, there is little to no downtime. Some patients may have slight discomfort during and immediately after FractoraV treatment. Most patients will experience no discomfort at all.
During your complimentary consultation, a treatment plan will be designed specifically for your needs. The majority of patients have 3 sessions, however most notice a difference after only one treatment. The number of treatments depends on your treatment concerns, your personal goals and if you plan to use a single treatment approach or combination approach utilizing both FormaV and the FractoraV.