What Is Votiva?
Votiva is a safe and comfortable treatment that can address both internal and external vaginal health issues without surgery. Votiva is made by InMode, the device company that brought us BodyTite, FaceTite, and NeckTite. Votiva uses radiofrequency energy in two different treatments with the Fractora V and Forma V.
Benefits of Nonsurgical Vaginal Rejuvenation
If you suffer from low blood flow or sensitivity, painful sensations or lowered sexual interest Votiva is perfect for you. Votiva can also address elasticity and wrinkled appearance of the labia and vulva.
Candidate for Vaginal Tightening
If you have undergone menopause or are experiencing symptoms similar to post menopausal women, Votiva may be right for you. This treatment is also effective for women who have given birth or experience vaginal dryness. To find out if you are a candidate for Votiva, please contact our office today.
How Does Votiva Work?
Votiva can help solve issues derived from aging and vaginal childbirth. Votiva FormaV and FractoraV can target both internal and external vaginal issues with immediate results. Both FormaV and FractoraV are handheld devices allowing their movement to be controlled to address the specific areas of concern. Votiva uses heating technology to improve vaginal laxity and improve your way of life.
What Is Forma V?
FormaV is a versatile heating tool that can be used comfortably on both the internal and external vaginal tissues. FormaV’s heating technology can be used for vaginal laxity and labial hypertrophy. FormaV allows Dr. Walden to provide a customized solution to your feminine health concerns.
What Is Fractora V?
FractoraV uses deep-heating technology to improve skin tone problems through resurfacing. This tool allows for full depth heating which improves elastin and collagen. This improvement positively impacts not only a woman’s feminine health but her overall quality of life.
Forma V Vs. Fractora V
The small handpiece is placed inside the vagina to deliver sub-dermal heating to the interior tissues. The handpiece heats the vaginal mucosa and initiates new collagen and elastin production. The treatment will tighten and rejuvenates the vaginal walls. The tip of the device is then used to deliver the same heating to the outer genitalia. This tightens these tissues.
The Fractora V handpiece is placed against the outer vaginal tissues and its series of fine pins deliver the radiofrequency energy – like fractional facial skin resurfacing treatments. The RF energy stimulates the vaginal tissue, immediately remodeling the existing collagen and initiating new production, as well. This tightens the vaginal tissues.
Nonsurgical Vaginal Tightening Results
Results can be seen immediately, with the greatest results becoming noticeable in just a few weeks.*
Will I Need Multiple Votiva Treatments?
After the treatment you should experience a difference in sensation, tightness, and appearance for up to one year. Patients usually need yearly treatments can maintain your results.
Do Vaginal Atrophy Treatments Hurt?
Votiva uses a laser that emits heat so there is virtually no pain. You may feel a mild heating sensation and some users mention mild discomfort as the device is inserted for the first time. There is no downtime with this procedure.
What Are the Risks of Votiva Treatment?
Votiva treatments are non-invasive and have little risk. Patients need to simply abstain from intercourse for three days after their treatments, and to avoid pools, hot tubs, and hot baths for there days as well.
Schedule a Consultation
If you are interested in improving your feminine health with Votiva, contact our office in Austin, TX today.
* InMode Aesthetics (the manufacturer of Votiva) is not aware of any adverse effects reported by any of users of the device and also note that no user of the InMode Votiva technology has reported an adverse effect to the FDA, a fact that we are proud to highlight to you.
It is the mission of InMode to provide aesthetic and wellness life-changing technologies, validated by scientific data. Dr. Walden currently contributes to this academic effort by having Institutional Review Board (IRB) approved studies regarding the technology in her own center. She is currently conducting an outcomes study which is multicenter in nature with Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital in New York regarding the safety and efficacy of this device. Our patients have been as pleased as have our staff!