diVa™ Laser Vaginal Therapy is the first of its kind, a 3-minute laser procedure that rejuvenates vaginal tissues to their younger, more vital state.
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Weekdays 9:00 – 20:00
Saturday 9:30 – 17:30
Sunday 9:30 – 15:00
diVa is the latest innovation developed by Sciton, with cutting-edge Hybrid Fractional Laser Technology. The diVa is cleared by the FDA for the ablation and coagulation of soft vaginal tissue. The result is an increase in the thickness and elasticity of the vaginal wall, an increase in vaginal moisture and an increase in sexual satisfaction.
The diVa is the world’s first and only hybrid fractional laser, to provide independent levels of ablation, coagulation (shrinking with heat), as well as varying levels of density. This allows the provider to customize the treatment based on the patients desired results.
The diVa delivers both ablative and non ablitive wave lengths to the same microscopic treatment zone. 2940 nm for ablation and 1470 nm for coagulation to the vaginal soft tissue. This gives diVa the unique ability to provide customizable treatments based on the conditions of the patient’s vaginal tissue.
Women that have had children or are experiencing menopause may be interested in a resurfacing treatment to improve the quality of their vaginal tissue.
diVa’s ergonomic design allows for patient comfort and ease of use. Each treatment takes 3 – 5 minutes to fractionally resurface the full length of the vaginal canal.
Patients will experience a slight pressure against the vaginal wall during laser resurfacing. The treatment is fast and some patient’s may experience sensitivity near the vaginal opening.
Patients may return to their daily routine with minimal to no discharge, spotting or discomfort. However, they should avoid sexual intercourse for about 48 hours.
No, the laser resurfacing treatment is fast, easy and completed in an outpatient setting. There may be a topical anesthetic applied to increase patient comfort, but it’s not necessary.