There are several aspects of living life to the fullest. Women of all ages understand the unique nuances of their well-being on an intimate level. Many women struggle with problems such as vaginal dryness, laxity, and stress urinary incontinence. If you can relate to the impact these women’s health issues have on your well-being, know that you can find help in our Austin office.
Dr. Walden has been at the forefront of cosmetic surgery and laser treatments for many years. Her education and familiarity with non-surgical devices have led to the opening of the Vaginal Rejuvenation Center of Austin. Here, we help women regain the ability to live, laugh, and love again by addressing the vaginal atrophy that is a normal part of life.
Live and Laugh Freely
Vaginal rejuvenation has a way of sounding intimate in the most literal sense. Yes, it’s true that age- and pregnancy-related atrophy can diminish sexual satisfaction, but we’ll get to that in a moment. Another important aspect of a woman’s well-being is her ability to live and laugh freely, without the fear of accidental urine leakage. Stress urinary incontinence is a problem that far too many women know far too well. This condition often follows the depletion of collagen in the vaginal lining. Collagen and elastin are two essential chemicals that give skin and tissue its firmness. Without sufficient support, vaginal tissues loosen, sometimes to the point of decreased bladder control.
A More Satisfying Love Life
Symptoms of vaginal atrophy include chronic dryness and laxity in the vaginal canal. Without adequate lubrication, sexual intercourse is most likely painful. Without sufficient tightness, sexual pleasure may decline severely. This can lead to concern regarding meeting a partner’s needs as well as a sense of general dissatisfaction with sexual intercourse.
How Vaginal Rejuvenation with a Female Plastic Surgeon Can Help
One of the non-surgical modalities available at the Vaginal Rejuvenation Center of Austin is Viveve. This office treatment works by triggering the body to produce more collagen to support the vaginal lining. The procedure involves cryogen-cooled monopolar radiofrequency, which delivers bursts of heat then cold to affect deeper tissues gently. After treatment, collagen production increases for several months.