Viveve

Vaginal health is a crucial part of women’s overall wellness that is often neglected. Often the common issues that women face are seen as embarrassing and it leads to women feeling isolated, as they suffer from their symptoms in silence. The vConfidence procedure can change that! These issues are too common to be silent about and too uncomfortable to do nothing about.

The vConfidence procedure can improve:

Stress and Urge Incontinence
Vaginal sensitivity
Vaginal laxity
Vaginal lubrication and reducing painful intercourse
The Quality and intensity of climax

How does it work?

The vConfidence procedure uses the Viveve system in order to improve women’s everyday life. The device employs cryogen-cooled monopolar radiofrequency (CMRF) for a safe, quick and efficient treatment. This technology cools and protects the sure surface while it heats and energizes the deeper tissue, which triggers and accelerates your body's collagen development.

The vConfidence procedure is more than just the treatment. It is a movement. Women should feel empowered by their bodies, not ashamed or restricted. As vConfidence providers, the Bitar Cosmetic Surgery Institute strives to put our focus on the individual patient. We are here to answer any questions that you may have. We prioritize your comfort before, during and after the procedure. You should not feel limited by these issues and this safe and quick treatment could be your solution.

Who is a good Candidate for the vConfidence procedure?

Urinary Incontinence

Incontinence is an issue that women deal with more than may be thought. Post childbirth, menopausal or postmenopausal women often experience a form of incontinence. Some of the more common forms of incontinence include stress (inability to prevent leaking urine when coughing, sneezing, laughing, or exercising) and urge (the strong need to urinate, but struggle to get to the toilet in time). The vConfidence procedure helps repair and regenerate the collagen tissue. This leads to the vaginal wall to become more toned and flexible, which improves the body’s ability to properly manage urine flow.

Post-Childbirth Vaginal Laxity

Vaginal laxity is a common problem for new mothers. Vaginal looseness and overstretched tissue following childbirth can reduce sexual sensitivity and cause urinary incontinence. The vConfidence procedure can help reduce the symptoms and is just as effective for mothers who have had multiple children as it is for mothers who have just had one.

Sexual Sensitivity

Vaginal laxity can cause women to experience a loss of sensitivity or inadequate sensations during sex. These issues can arise from a variety of reasons including childbirth, hormone imbalance, age, or medical conditions. The vConfidence procedure can repair existing tissue to help restore the elastin and collagen that make for a healthy, tight, and sensitive vagina. The long-lasting results obtained from this procedure can help aid in the quality and intensity of climaxes and create a more sensational experience for you and your partner. Let the vconfidence procedure help have one less thing to worry about.

FAQ

Is the vConfidence treatment safe?
Yes! The treatment is clinically proven to be safe and effective.

How long will the vConfidence procedure take?
The treatment is approximately 30 minutes and is performed in-office.

Is it painful?
Most women experience a sensation of heating and cooling during the treatment, but usually no pain or discomfort.

What kind of recovery time should I expect?
None! In most causes women are able to get back to their normal daily activities immediately following the treatment. There is no downtime required.

Are there any side effects associated with the vConfidence procedure?
Most women don’t experience any side effects during or after the treatment.

How soon will I see improvement after the treatment?
Most women report feeling improvement within a few weeks following their treatment. Noted improvement in sensitivity, tightness, reduction or elimination of stress incontinence is reported within 6 to 9 weeks.