non surgical radiofrequency vaginoplasty

Non-Surgical Radiofrequency Vaginoplasty in Los Angeles

Traditional genital cosmetic procedures can be life-changing. The reconstructive surgery addresses issues women face after pregnancy, menopause, or injury. It aims to rejuvenate the internal and external genitalia, improve sexual health, and even address medical issues like urinary incontinence and pain.

While minimally invasive procedures for selected patients have a lot to offer, non-surgical alternatives are available. Non-surgical techniques typically occur in a clinic setting. They’re quicker, easier, and more manageable than even minimally invasive surgical vaginoplasty. Ideal for women with modest rejuvenating needs, these procedures provide many of the same confidence-boosting results without a single incision.

What is Non-Surgical Radiofrequency genital procedures?

Non-surgical radiofrequency cosmetic genital procedure is a minimally invasive treatment that typically occurs in a clinic setting. Unlike traditional surgery, there’s no need for anesthesia or lengthy recovery times. It’s a quick alternative that focuses on the cosmetic side of vaginal rejuvenation.

There are limitations. A non-surgical approach cannot address significant repair issues. But it can take care of cosmetic problems that impact your self-esteem and overall sexual health.

This technique uses radiofrequency radiation (RF) to generate thermal energy. Contrary to popular belief, RF technology is not the same as laser technology. Lasers utilize light to burn. Meanwhile, RF is electrically-based and works to treat tissue with heat.

The goal of non-surgical radiofrequency vaginoplasty is to improve vaginal laxity.

As women age, hormonal changes cause the vagina and labia to slowly lose their resilience. Sudden changes from traumatic injury or childbirth speed things up, dramatically reducing tissue elasticity. Pair that with reduced muscle tone in the vaginal walls and pelvic floor, and the vagina becomes far less resilient.

Vaginal looseness can create a myriad of problems. It can negatively impact sexual gratification, decrease vaginal lubrication, even increase pain during sexual intercourse, and cause self-esteem to plummet. 

Non-surgical radiofrequency vaginoplasty aims to improve laxity and encourage the tissue to repair itself. Thermal energy penetrates the tissue, creating more blood flow and a boost in collagen.

Collagen is one of the most abundant proteins in your body, but its prevalence decreases with age. The fibrous protein plays a big part in tissue strength and elasticity. Radiofrequency radiation triggers the body to produce more collagen, effectively improving laxity.

The enhanced blood flow and collagen production can have a rippling effect. It leads to natural muscle and skin tightening. Looseness of the vaginal canal may become a thing of the past, resulting in more pleasure during sex. 

Meanwhile, some women also experience drooping labia majora. Through the same effect on the damaged connective tissue supporting the labia it can enhancea youthful and lifted appearance.

Why Non-Surgical Radiofrequency Genitalplasty?

There are several reasons why you might consider non-surgical radiofrequency vaginoplasty over traditional surgical alternatives.

The biggest is the reduced downtime and general simplicity of the treatment. Other procedures often require anesthesia, time off work to recover, and careful planning. That’s usually not the case here. It’s akin to a simple dental procedure or skin treatment.

Comparatively speaking, it’s more straightforward and doesn’t require tons of preparation or time off.

Many women also choose to get non-surgical radiofrequency vaginoplasty because it’s the better course of action. Not every woman needs traditional surgery to address their needs. Surgical repair may be necessary for significant tissue damage and pelvic floor prolapse. However, you don’t always need to go under the knife because of laxity issues.

Non-surgical radiofrequency vaginoplasty can help you rejuvenate the vagina and improve elasticity. It provides many of the same benefits, helping you reclaim your confidence and improve your sex life minus the downtime and potential discomfort.


Non-Surgical Radiofrequency Genitoplasty Procedure and Recovery

Getting non-surgical radiofrequency vaginoplasty and labiaplasty is a straightforward process. It all begins with a consultation. Dr. Tahery will perform an examination to determine if this treatment is the right choice for you. You’ll have the chance to discuss your unique needs, and Dr. Tahery will go over how the procedure works, its benefits, and any potential risks you should be wary of before proceeding.

The treatment itself usually doesn’t require any form of anesthesia. A radiofrequency radiation wand produces gentle heat to stimulate collagen production and blood flow. The RF instrument may produce heat you can feel, but it’s not enough to cause significant discomfort or burns.

Usually, three treatment sessions are required to achieve the desired effect. Treatments are usually scheduled every three weeks. 

Recovery is easy, and most women don’t need any downtime. You can get back to work the same day. Some mild tenderness may occur, and some women also experience slight vagina discharge. However, these issues typically subside after a few days. Depending on the RF device utilized during the treatment, Dr. Tahery might recommend refraining from using tampons or having sexual intercourse in the days following your treatment.

Radiofrequency vaginoplasty doesn’t provide instant results. The work is internal, and it takes time to realize the physical changes. Tightening occurs gradually, and women typically see and feel the effects of the treatment within a month.

Ready to take action and say goodbye to vaginal laxity? This non-surgical approach may be the solution you’re after. Reach out to the offices of Dr. Tahery. Dr. Michael Tahery is an experienced urogynecologist serving the women of Los Angeles and the surrounding areas for the last two decades. No matter your vaginoplasty needs, Dr. Tahery is here to find the right solution. Contact us today to schedule your consultation.