Feel more like your younger, vital, sensual self
with our 3-step treatment for
the ultimate in vaginal rejuvenation:
#1 diVa Vaginal Rejuvenation Therapy – Laser resurfacing procedure that tightens the vaginal tissue.
#2 O-Shot – O-Shot™ stimulates the growth of new cells, vessels, collagen, and fibroblasts in this area, making it more sensitive and healthy.
#3 diVa Tyte – A non-ablative approach to firming and plumping the vaginal exterior.
Dr. Alfredo G. Antonetti, OBGYN | Director of the Vaginal Aesthetics Center at Clinique Dallas
Inspired by the roots of his family, Dr. Alfredo Antonetti decided that he wanted to become a physician at a very young age. All of the men in his family have been great physicians including his Father, brothers and himself. He always knew that he had to follow the “legend of the Antonetti’s” as he says.
Dr. Antonetti was born in Muenster, TX after he finished High School he began college at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. He then continued his education at the Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara in Mexico where he became a doctor and finally finished his residency education in Our Lady of Mercy Hospital in New York.
Aside from being a physician Dr. Antonetti does a lot for his community. He is also very family oriented and is very involved with his wife and kids. He volunteers his time as a Little League baseball coach for his kids team. Dr. Antonetti does everything possible to give his family the support and love that they need in all aspects of life.
“I was a little self-conscious before diVa. I think the laser treatment made my relationship with my partner even better and even he noticed a difference. I am most impressed that this procedure is quick and offers tangible results. I look forward to the fact that I can have more treatments in the future to maintain the benefits and keep aging well.”
“After having the diVa procedure, I feel like I am 33 instead of 53. I think all women should have this…it really makes a huge difference!”
“Before my diVa treatment I was very insecure during sex. The laser treatments have really improved my self-confidence. I am most impressed by how quickly my spouse could notice a difference even after the first treatment.”
“I feel confident and sexy — and my husband, he loves it! He can’t even believe that a treatment could do something like this. It was a very worthwhile investment and I would certainly do it again. I was impressed that the procedure is quick with little to no discomfort, and no downtime.”
***diVa Testimonials provided by Sciton, Inc.
Feminine Vaginal Health Conditions
Challenges of the changing body
Childbirth Can Weaken Pelvic Support
- Stretches the vaginal canal and surrounding tissue.
- Vagina can mostly repair itself; however, the tissue may not return to the same state as before birth, especially with multiple births.
- This stretching damages the vaginal walls, perineum, and surrounding tissues, which often leads to diminished vaginal health and function.
- Women often describe this tissue as non-firm or loss of tone.
Menopause – The Effect of Estrogen Loss
- Reduced estrogen production by the ovaries
- Also reduced from a hysterectomy, chemotherapy, or the process of breast-feeding
- Often leads to thinning, drying and inflammation of the vaginal walls.
- Walls are less elastic, and smoother
- Vagina may shorten and narrow and become paler in color
- For many women, vaginal atrophy decreases healthy vaginal function and a reduced quality of life.
Stress Urinary Incontinence
- Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI), is the involuntary loss of urine caused by physical activity, coughing, & sneezing.
- SUI is frequent complaint among women.
- Often this condition is associated with weakened urethral support structures from vaginal delivery and the development of pelvic ploor disorders later in life.
Role of Estrogen in Maintaining Healthy Vaginal Tissue
- Estrogen causes thickening of the vaginal lining
- Allows vaginal surface area to expand with elasticity
- Reduces friction or Injury that causes pain (dyspareunia) during or after sexual activity.
- Maintains healthy growth of glycogen moisture producing cells for natural lubrication and for sexual response.
Vaginal Atrophy with Estrogen Reduction
Vaginal Atrophy and the symptoms occurring with this condition have a new term called Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause (GSM). Symptoms include:
- Vaginal or vulva dryness, discharge, itching, post intercourse bleeding, and dyspareunia / pain during intercourse.
- Walls can tear and bleed after intercourse or speculum insertion.
- Urinary symptoms associated with GSM include frequency, urgency, and urge incontinence.
Loss of estrogen as during menopause contributes to all of the symptoms mentioned. The lining of the vaginal walls starts to thin and becomes dry.
Role of Estrogen in Preventing Urinary Tract Infections
Estrogen stimulates increase of glycogen content in the epithelium. Glycogen is metabolized by lactobacilli to create lactic acid, which maintains vaginal pH to about 3.5 to 4.5. Acidic pH is an important part of the woman’s nonspecific defense against pathogens. slfA is an antibody secreted in the vaginal lining and plays a critical role in immune function to the mucosal membranes.