Top Vaginal Rejuvenation Doctor in Maryland
Are you struggling with vaginal dryness, pain during intercourse, or a decrease in your libido? If so, vaginal rejuvenation treatments with the revolutionary Viveve® system carried out by top Maryland vaginal rejuvenation doctor, Chetanna Okasi, MD, can benefit you. This state-of-the-art vaginal rejuvenation treatment can help with a wide variety of feminine health issues such as vaginal dryness.
How Does Viveve Work?
The secret to the success of this non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation treatment is cryogen-cooled monopolar radiofrequency. This is delivered to the vaginal tissue using a specialized device in order to encourage your body to create fresh collagen. Collagen is something that we have in high quantities in our youth, but over time the body begins to make less and less. By encouraging your body to increase the amount of collagen in your vaginal tissues, you are also encouraging it to heal and function like it used to.
Non-surgical and minimally-invasive, Viveve relies on a device that is no bigger than your thumb. It uses specialized contact cooling to ensure that the vaginal tissues can be heated in a way that is effective while also being very safe. Due to this cooling technology, a single session can deliver the amount of heat that other non-surgical treatments require a series of sessions for. The tip of the device is then rotated on a careful schedule to make sure every part of the tissue is treated evenly.
What Can Viveve Treat?
When you take the time to invest in your vaginal health, many issues can be improved or even resolved. Women love their results with Viveve treatment, which can include improvement of:
- Loss of natural lubrication
- Urinary incontinence
- Overactive bladder
- Thinning of the vaginal wall
- Vaginal atrophy
- Loss of sexual desire
- Difficulty time achieving orgasm
- Poor self-esteem due to sexual issues
Who Makes a Good Candidate for Viveve?
This is a great treatment for any woman who is experiencing the symptoms listed above. Typically speaking, the women who come in for this treatment fall into one of two categories:
Women who have given birth:
Women who have given birth: While giving birth is often one of the highlights of a woman’s life, it can also cause serious damage to her most intimate area. The trauma caused to the vagina and urinary tract during the process can cause incontinence and loss of interest in sex.
Women who are nearing or have reached menopause:
Women who are nearing or have reached menopause: As women get older, their body creates less estrogen. This can cause many unpleasant side effects, such as thinning of the vaginal wall. Since estrogen levels dropping typically means collagen levels will as well, it is easy to see how a treatment like Viveve can help.
Whether or not you fall into either of those groups, this treatment may be beneficial for you if you have experienced:
- A loss of sensation during intercourse
- Tampons fitting less snugly
- Urine leakage
- Feeling less tight during intercourse
Why Choose Viveve?
If you are looking for a way to rejuvenate your vaginal health, you have many options. Any method will have its own list of pros and cons. There are many benefits associated with Viveve, including:
- It is non-surgical and minimally-invasive
- There is little to no downtime afterward
- One session gives you amazing results
- It can improve self-confidence and intimacy
- Treatment is both discrete and comfortable
- It can increase your overall quality of life
- You do not have to remember to take daily medications
- The possibility of side effects is incredibly low
What is vaginal rejuvenation?
“Vaginal rejuvenation” describes a variety of procedures to improve vaginal feel and function. With age, pregnancy, and childbirth trauma, the vagina loses its vitality. Some women experience looseness, pain, dryness, or leakage of urine. Surgery is not always required to fix these problems. With vaginal rejuvenation, energy-based procedures can be done right in the comfort of my office. No cutting, no pain, no downtime!
Am I good candidate for vaginal rejuvenation?
Vaginal rejuvenation procedures can be helpful for patients who have pain with sex, difficulty achieving orgasm, feeling of looseness in the vagina, and leakage of urine with movement. Almost any woman who wants to improve her sex life is a candidate because the procedure helps the vaginal tissue. Results vary by patient vaginal response.
Does vaginal rejuvenation really work?
I was certainly a skeptic! However, our own patient feedback has been the best proof that vaginal rejuvenation works. At 6 months after treatment, one patient declared, “It just keeps getting better and better.” Patients go from being afraid to have sex to looking forward to it. One patient said, “I feel 21 again!” Studies are great, but real quotes from our real patients are even greater.
Can vaginal rejuvenation help with dryness due to menopause?
Absolutely. Vaginal rejuvenation is hormone-free and a good option for women who are menopausal and want to avoid using hormones. Results are typically seen at 2-3 months.
How long does vaginal rejuvenation take?
We do a one-time treatment right here in the office. It takes about 30 minutes.
Is vaginal rejuvenation painful?
Not at all. Feels like a vaginal massage. Painless and stress-free.
How much does vaginal rejuvenation cost?
Call for our current specials! We also offer financing options that make it easy for you to get your procedure without delay.
How do I schedule a vaginal rejuvenation appointment?
It’s easy. Just call my office and we will take care of you.
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