vaginal rejuvenation

Addressing the FDA Warning on Vaginal Rejuvenation Devices

Addressing patient concerns about energy-based vaginal treatments

On July 30, U.S. Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, MD, released a statement concerning devices marketed for “vaginal rejuvenation.” He noted that, although the FDA has cleared or approved laser and energy-based devices for indications including the destruction of abnormal or pre-cancerous cervical or vaginal tissue, as well as condylomas (genital warts), none of these devices have been evaluated or confirmed by the FDA for “vaginal rejuvenation.”

Cynosure Launches TempSure Vitalia For Vaginal Rejuvenation

Cynosure Launches RF Vaginal Rejuvenation Treatment

TempSure Vitalia, an FDA-cleared and Health Canada-approved advanced radiofrequency treatment from Hologic’s Cynosure division is now available in North America. The treatment, which is administered using a probe specifically designed for women’s genitalia, delivers therapeutic heat to internal and external vaginal tissue to improve local circulation. Treatments can last between 15 and 30 minutes, depending on the treatment area, and there is no downtime once the procedure is complete.

A Delicate Subject

Indications for surgical and noninvasive vaginal rejuvenation procedures.
MedEsthetics May/June 2017 A Delicate Subject

Concerns that lead patients to seek vaginal rejuvenation treatments—procedures that alter the female genitalia, both functionally and aesthetically—are varied and complex, ranging from robust (excess) skin to urinary incontinence, loss of sensation, atrophic internal tissues and vaginal laxity. Just as symptoms vary, treatment options range from surgery to topicals to noninvasive energy-based devices.

Emotional Impact of Labiaplasty

In an article published in Aesthetic Surgery (March 2017), researchers Marika Tiggemann, PhD, Julie Mattiske, PhD, and Gemma Sharp conducted a retrospective study in which they examined the psychological outcomes of the increasingly popular labiaplasty procedure. Their goal was to examine the effect of the surgery on patients’ sexual satisfaction and psychological well-being, as well as to identify patient characteristics that may predict surgical satisfaction.

Rejuvenation for Her

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Rejuvenation for Her

The diVA hybrid fractional laser from Sciton offers immediate vaginal rejuvenation in one three-minute session with no downtime. High Precision Automation (HPA) automatically delivers consistent, independently configurable ablation and coagulation in a single pass, and single-use Strengthened Quartz Dilators (SQDs) expand vaginal tissue and provide 360° of laser delivery. The 1470nm ablative setting outputs up to 1.5J of energy with up to 100ms pulse widths; the nonablative 2940nm wavelength offers up to 2J and 7ms.

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