diVa laser in Lawrence

Restore Your Vitality

diVa is the most advanced vaginal rejuvenation treatment to address a woman’s most intimate challenges.

diVa laser treatments are the most advanced way to address the following issues: incontinence, laxity, painful intercourse, and lack of lubrication. It is also an ideal treatment for cancer survivors who cannot take hormone supplements.

The Procedure

Details.

What it Treats
  • Stress urinary incontinence
    Vaginal dryness
    Painful intercourse
    Skin laxity
    Thinning of the vaginal wall
    Atrophy
    Decreased blood flow
Procedure Time
  • 30 min numbing time
    3 to 5 minutes to treat the vaginal canal
    1-2 minutes for PRP injections
Recovery Time & Side Effects
  • Minimal to none
    Avoid vaginal penetration for 48-72 hours
    Avoid hot baths or pool for 48 hours
Results

Our clients see a significant improvement with the following issues: incontinence, painful intercourse, lack of lubrication, and painful intercourse.

The diVa Treatment Process

01

Pre-Procedure

Before your procedure, our team will obtain a urine sample for testing. You will be given a gown and a pelvic exam will be performed for safety and precaution.

02

Preparation

Your provider will apply numbing cream to the treated area and let it set for approximately 30 minutes. After, your provider will gently remove the numbing cream.

03

Customized Plan

Based on your treatment recommendations, your provider will set the device settings to produce your ideal results. The device will be inserted into the vaginal canal to begin resurfacing.

04

Broad Band Light

Utilize broad band light The device will fractionally resurface the full length of the vaginal canal. Your provider will watch for the laser rings to indicate completion. Patients will experience a slight pressure against the vaginal wall during laser resurfacing., LED light therapy, and home care in a series of 4-6 treatments

05

Post Procedure

After the procedure, your provider will clean the treated area and go over post care instructions.

Benefits of the diVa Laser

Boost Your Intimacy & Wellness

The increase in collagen and elastin improves dryness causing painful intercourse.

Resolve Stress Urinary Incontinence

An increase in fibroblasts, vascularity and endothelial enlargement increasing vaginal tone and decreasing stress urinary incontinence.

Improve Vaginal Health

The laser resurfaces the vaginal wall replacing the damaged tissue with healthy, new tissue to improve vaginal health

Frequently Asked Questions.

Who is an ideal candidate for diVa laser in Lawrence?

Women that have had children or are experiencing menopause may be interested in a resurfacing treatment to improve the quality of their vaginal tissue.

How long does a procedure take?

The diVa laser in Lawrence has an ergonomic design that allows for patient comfort and ease of use. Each treatment takes 3 to 5 minutes to fractionally resurface the full length of a vaginal canal.

How many treatments are recommended?

Patients may choose between 1 and 3 procedures spaced every 4 weeks apart, followed by 1 treatment every 6 – 12 months.

What do patients experience during the treatment?

Patients will experience a slight pressure against the vaginal wall during laser resurfacing. The treatment is fast with minimal discomfort. Some patients may experience increased sensitivity near the vaginal opening.

What do patients experience in the 48 hours following the treatment?

Patients may return to their daily routine with minimal to no discharge, spotting, or discomfort; however, they should avoid sexual intercourse for up to 48 hours. It is also recommended to stay out of hot tubs, baths or pools for up to 48 hours.

Is there a disposable?

Yes, the single-use SQD not only expands the vaginal tissue to provide greater treatment area but also eliminates the time it would take to clean the handpiece between treatments.

Is sedation necessary?

No, the diVa laser in Lawrence is a resurfacing treatment is fast, easy and completed in an outpatient setting. Topical anesthetic may be applied to increase patient comfort but is not necessary.

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