AUSTIN PLASTIC SURGEON JENNIFER WALDEN, MD, NAMED NEW PRESIDENT OF THE AESTHETIC SOCIETY
Dr. Walden elected as first female Aesthetic Society President in Organization’s 55 years; Board Members Elected at The Aesthetic Meeting 2022 in San Diego

Dr. Walden is now offering DiVa by Sciton Laser Therapy

Dr. Walden now offering DiVa by Sciton Laser Therapy

Dr. Walden now offering DiVa by Sciton Laser Therapy

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Walden is now offering DiVa by Sciton Laser Vaginal Therapy. Dr. Walden is the first in Austin to offer this ground breaking procedure to her patients. In only 3 pain free treatments spaced a month apart, the DiVa laser can help patients regain elasticity and vitality in their vaginal tissues.

Laser Vaginal Therapy is used to rejuvenate the vaginal tissue. DiVa runs on the Hybrid Laser Technology developed for Halo. Halo is the world’s first and and only Hybrid Fractional Laser.  This allows the laser to provide independent levels of ablation and coagulation specific to the patient’s needs. From patient to patient, a completely customizable experience is made possible by this laser.

Life milestones, such as childbirth and menopause, can leave the vaginal canal stretched and dry. This leads to decreased vaginal health and function. DiVa treatments only take 3 to 5 minutes to perform. Many patients experience little to no pain and the procedure has zero downtime. After treatments, patients will be able feel a tightened and rejuvenated vaginal canal.

The DiVa laser is a breakthrough in vaginal rejuvenation therapy. To utilize this new technology, schedule a consultation here. For more information, check out the DiVa website. We hope to see you soon.

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