V-Revive: Get Access to the Latest Technology in Nonsurgical Vaginal Rejuvenation

A woman’s body is an amazing marvel of biology, within which a child develops before birth. Every stage of a womans’ life — which supports this ability or influences her life after child rearing is over— brings about many changes to her body, including changes to her vaginal health.

That’s why Robert L. Harris, MD, of Southeast Urogyn in Jackson, Mississippi, founded V-Revive, which combines expert care and advanced technology with the aim of helping women improve their vaginal wellness and sexual health.

The personal nature of reproductive health

Your body functions in a way that’s uniquely yours, in both health and illness. And while you’ll have plenty of factors in common with other women —such conditions, symptoms, and reactions — you may experience them differently and have issues that are uniquely yours. 

V-Revive, which focuses on vaginal rejuvenation, bases treatment on each woman and her personal needs, providing care in a compassionate and caring environment. Your caregivers choose the components of your care plan based on your unique needs, avoiding generalized diagnostic approaches and targeting the treatments that make the most sense for you.

Focused on technology

Women’s health care has come a long way, with new techniques, modalities, and technology emerging rapidly. In some cases, traditional procedures now have refinements that can reduce their impact on your body, while in other cases, conditions that were once untreatable are now simple to resolve.

The aftereffects of pregnancy and the changes brought on by menopause are two general conditions that many women experience, though the symptoms and experiences may vary. Treatments for some of the symptoms have undergone dramatic changes. New technology has made care more effective and easier on the body. A few of the new modalities that V-Revive embraces include the following:

MonaLisa Touch

The MonaLisa Touch® is a fast, five-minute office treatment. With the procedure, a wand with a fractional CO2 laser is inserted into your vagina. The laser will generate new collagen and elastin and also help stimulate the growth of new blood vessels in the vagina. Drug-free and painless, the MonaLisa Touch is a great way to treat some menopause symptoms without estrogen hormone therapy.


ThermiVa® provides many of the same benefits as laser systems, but this treatment uses radiofrequency energy. With this treatment, a wand is inserted into your vagina, where the radiofrequency energy is released to induce vaginal rejuvenation.


Also harnessing the versatile capabilities of medical lasers, CO2RE Intima® focuses on gynecological dermatology, treating C-section scars and other skin issues of the genitalia. Also through the use of a wand, the technology can treat areas outside of the vagina as well as improve internal vaginal health by stimulating collagen production.

The O-Shot

The O-Shot® harnesses the power of your blood’s platelets to generate new tissue growth, enhance blood flow, and enhance vaginal sensitivity. With this treatment, some of your blood is drawn. Then it’s placed in a centrifuge to separate the platelets. Then the platelet serum is injected into your vagina.  

These are only a few of the techniques that the V-Revive team offers. To learn more about restoring your vaginal health, book an appointment over the phone with Southeast Urogyn today.

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