Bringing a whole new approach to women’s health, the Viveve provides a non-invasive treatment available for female vaginal health.
Why Women Want the Viveve Treatment?
Women agree the treatment works because:
-The treatment is designed for improving women’s health and overall quality of life.
-It is comfortable, discreet and a single-session.
-They can FEEL the difference!
What is the Viveve?
Viveve is a new procedure that improves the women’s intimate health and can treat both internal and external women’s intimate parts in the same session. The revolutionary treatment uses monopolar radiofrequency and is completely non-invasive and virtually painless. Custom tips are available for increased patient comfort.
The device works by inserting the disposable probe through the Introitus inside the vaginal canal. The tip moves alongside the whole length of the vaginal canal.
Is the procedure safe?
The unique procedure ensures the optimal level of power is delivered to the target tissue at all times with the energy being monitored and adjusted in real time. For you, the patient, it means the treatment is typically without any discomfort, while the optimal amount of energy reaches the target tissue. Also, there is no risk for infection or discharge as the energy does not create any open wounds.
How many treatments do I need?
One treatment is all you need.
Is the treatment painful?
During the treatment, you will feel a pleasant and comfortable heat. Following the treatment, you may notice mild redness and swelling in the treatment area. This usually disappears within a few hours. You may resume normal activity immediately afterwards.
Are there any side effects or downtime?
There is no downtime. The whole procedure is non-invasive and requires no recovery time. You can easily have the treatment during your lunch break and return to your daily activities immediately.
When will I notice the effects?
Patients have reported improvements after a single treatment session. The results will typically continue to improve over the therapy time and the follow up period.
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