- Treats vaginal dryness, burning, and irritation
- Treats discomfort and pain during sexual intercourse
- Treats urgency, dysuria, and recurrent urinary tract infections
- Improves urinary incontinence
- A safe, effective, life-changing therapy
- Minimal downtime
As you age, it’s common to experience urinary incontinence, vaginal dryness, painful intercourse, and a weakened pelvic floor. Many of these symptoms result from vaginal childbirth. With minimal downtime and risk, diVa is a superb solution to reclaim the aspects of sexual health, which profoundly contributes to overall wellness and happiness.
DiVa uses state-of-the-art hybrid fractional laser technology to treat both the superficial and subdermal layers of the tissue. This life-changing therapy is safe, effective, and Health Canada approved for treating Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause (GSM).
What to expect
What to expect
Once you come in for your appointment, a member of our staff will direct you to your treatment room. In order to ensure your comfort, a topical anesthetic is applied to the vaginal canal. For maximum effectiveness, the anesthetic must sit for 30 minutes.
The technician will walk you through each treatment step, answer your questions, and ensure your comfort. The diVa’s disposable quartz dilator is a stationary handpiece. It rotates within the quartz outer layer, providing a precise and comfortable treatment.
Annual maintenance treatments are recommended to ensure long-lasting results.
While individual treatment regimes may vary, diVa treatments are offered only in packages of 3, costing $3,360.
- Inner Labia
- Vaginal Wall
Laser Fast Technology
The diVa is a quick procedure (3–5 minutes) that improves gynecological and genitourinary health. It uses a disposable quartz dilator, which emits a precision laser beam using a hybrid fractional laser. This comfortably and accurately delivers two laser wavelengths simultaneously, improving the quality of vaginal tissue, and subsequently, quality of life.
Results are apparent after your first diVa treatment; however, for longevity, 3 treatments are required.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
No one pregnant may have this procedure.
No one who has a history of bleeding disorders may have this procedure.
If you previously suffered from Herpes simplex sores or human papillomavirus (HPV) warts, there is a risk that this treatment could contribute to a recurrence.
No one who has taken the medication Accutane or its generic forms within the last year may have this procedure.
Estrogen therapy programs may be used before and after laser treatments in order to enhance the results.