Votiva is a nonsurgical vaginal rejuvenation treatment that tightens vulvovaginal tissues and offers a number of benefits to patients of Dr. Kenneth Benjamin Hughes. Votiva can address changes from aging and childbirth, including vulvovaginal laxity, dryness, and urinary incontinence.

The recommendation from the company, InMode, for Votiva treatment is either one 30 minute session or three 10 minute sessions. The sessions are essentially painfree and do not require numbing treatments. The device itself is a wand that delivers heat through radiofrequency. Patients frequently note a warming sensation and nothing more. Dr. Kenneth Hughes has performed this procedure for patients without complications and with high satisfaction rates.

There may be some soreness, and you should abstain from sexual intercourse for three days. Otherwise, you can resume daily activities immediately.

Many women notice a difference, particularly a decrease in urinary incontinence or tightness, after the first treatment, but more significant changes come as cells turn over and new collagen is produced. Results continue to improve gradually over a few months. The company recommends a follow-up treatment 6 to 12 months out and then yearly, to maintain results.

Pros

  • Votiva treatments are a nonsurgical, pain-free way to address several symptoms at once.
  • There is very little downtime.

Cons

  • You may not see results immediately. They develop over a few months as your body responds to the treatment.
  • Your body continues to age and change after Votiva treatment, so you may require additional treatments.
  • In addition to internal tightening, the external anatomy including the labia majora and labia minora can be improved as well. The size of each can be reduced in size and tightened.

Your Votiva Technology and News Questions Answered by Dr. Kenneth Hughes

Question: I am 62 and am considering vaginal rejuvenation. There seems to be different procedures. Would Votiva be best for this?
Answer: Inmode asserts that Votiva improves vaginal laxity, dryness, and stress incontinence. In addition, additional studies are underway for pelvic floor weakness. It is noninvasive and pain-free and only requires one 30 minute session for full benefit. It is done without any kind of anesthesia at all and there is no recovery process.
Question: How long does the Votiva procedure usually take?

Answer: A session usually lasts from 10-30 minutes. It is best that you abstain from intercourse for 72 hours following treatment and avoid hot tubs, pools, and bathtubs for 3 days following a session.

Question: Does Votiva hurt?

Answer: It is noninvasive and pain-free and only requires one 30 minute session for full benefit

 

Question: What are the side effects of Votiva?
Question: How much does Votiva cost?

Answer: Usually Votiva can range from $3,000 -$3,500. You will only need one time treatment to feel a difference with stress incontinence and tightening.

 

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