WHAT IS diVa?
diVa is a breakthrough laser procedure designed to address a woman’s most intimate challenges. This quick, comfortable, no-downtime solution can be customized to meet your unique needs and desired results.
diVa utilizes the world’s first and only revolutionary Hybrid Fractional Laser (HFL) technology. HFL technology allows Dr. Stiller to customize your treatments to address you intimate challenges and produce desired results.
A typical diVa procedure is:
3 to 5 minute, in-office procedure
No anesthesia necessary
Return to regular activities the same day
diVa LASER BENEFITS
Just like every other part of the body, the vagina changes with age, but an additional decline in vaginal health may be caused by two major events in a woman’s life:
Childbirth stretches the vaginal canal and surrounding tissue. The vagina can mostly be repaired by the body’s own healing response. With many women, however, the tissue may not return to the same state as before childbirth. This stretching damages the vaginal walls, perineum and surrounding tissue, which often leads to diminished vaginal health.
Menopause and other events such as a hysterectomy, chemotherapy, or activities like breastfeeding, may lead to reduced estrogen production by the ovaries and often leads to thinning, drying and inflammation of the vaginal walls. For many women, this may decrease healthy vaginal function.
BEST CANDIDATES FOR diVa LASER
Women that have had children or are experiencing menopause may be interested in a resurfacing treatment to improve the quality of their vaginal tissue.
HOW DOES diVa WORK?
How can we help you today?
GET TO KNOW YOUR DOCTOR
This is your time to get to know Dr. Stiller and the staff at Stiller. Be sure to convey your goals and expectations for the surgical procedure.
Dr. Stiller will evaluate your medical health and explain the surgical techniques available to you. All of your questions related to the procedure will be answered as thoroughly as possible. Dr. Stiller will perform an examination of your trouble area at the consultation.
Dr. Stiller will go over the risks and potential complications and he will explain the preoperative and post-operative process.