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Aesthetics, by Dr. Lee

Medical Spa located in Roseville, CA

diVA™ is a revolutionary FDA-cleared treatment designed to help women who experience vaginal dryness, laxity, and urinary incontinence. This revolutionary vaginal therapy utilizes Hybrid Fractional Laser Technology to gently ablate and coagulate both internal and external soft vaginal tissue. This will stimulate collagen production and restore vaginal tissue, improving lubrication, and enhancing sensation. Offering service to patients in the Roseville, Granite Bay, Rocklin, Citrus Heights, Folsom, Lincoln, and the greater Sacramento areas. 

diVA Q & A

What is the diVa vaginal laser treatment experience like? 

During a diVa treatment session, a trained healthcare professional inserts a sterilized small handpiece into the vagina. The handpiece emits laser energy, which targets the vaginal walls, stimulating collagen production and promoting tissue renewal. This 3–5-minute procedure is well-tolerated. And most women report feeling only a slight warming or tingling sensation. Anesthetic cream may be applied before the procedure to promote comfort.  

Is diVa vaginal laser a surgical procedure? 

No, diVa vaginal laser treatment is a non-surgical and minimally invasive procedure. The treatment involves the use of a specialized laser handpiece, which delivers controlled energy to the vaginal tissue. This process stimulates collagen remodeling and tissue regeneration, promoting vaginal health and improving bladder control. diVa does not require anesthesia, and patients can return to their daily activities immediately after the treatment. 

Is there any downtime with diVA™? 

The diVA™ is a quick, safe, and effective treatment option that provides women with a fast and easy way to improve their vaginal health without disrupting their daily routine. Treatment is minimally invasive and can be performed in as little as 3-5 minutes. Patients will experience little downtime and may return to their daily activities immediately following treatment without any significant discomfort.  

How long after should I wait to have intercourse? 

Sexual intercourse should be avoided for at least 48 hours after the procedure. 

*Individual Results May Vary