Vaginal Rejuvenation: More Nonsurgical Options than Ever

If you’ve been considering vaginal rejuvenation as a treatment for menopause symptoms or to revitalize the appearance of your vagina, but are put off by the risks of surgery, Southeast Urogyn may have the answers you seek.

With the advancements being made in medical technology, there are now more nonsurgical vaginal rejuvenation options available than ever before and you may be the ideal candidate.

The first step you need to take is to consult with your Southeast Urogyn physician to determine which procedure is right for you.

Why do I need vaginal rejuvenation?

If you’ve been through childbirth, you understand the tremendous changes your body undergoes before, during, and after your pregnancy. These changes, including fluctuating hormone levels and stretched vaginal tissue, can affect your vaginal health and your self-confidence.

Vaginal rejuvenation may also be an effective treatment option if you are in your perimenopause or postmenopausal phases of life. Common menopause symptoms, like vaginal dryness, urinary incontinence, and painful intercourse, can all disrupt your daily life.

Traditionally, hormone therapies and other treatments are used to combat symptoms. However, not all women can tolerate hormones and not all treatments work the same for every woman.

Thanks to the many recent developments in nonsurgical gynecologic treatments, you can find relief from menopause symptoms and rejuvenate your vaginal area after childbirth with satisfying results.

What are my options for nonsurgical vaginal rejuvenation?

The staff at Southeast Urogyn offers many options for vaginal rejuvenation, including a suite of innovative procedures at a business created by Dr. Robert Harris himself, V-Revive.


V-Revive treatments include all aspects of nonsurgical vaginal rejuvenation procedures and treat common issues affecting vaginal health. V-Revive treatments can tighten your vagina and reduce the appearance of loose tissue following childbirth or due to hormonal changes of menopause.

This minimally-invasive treatment can also improve the overall appearance of your labia and vulva and increase sensation in your clitoris without downtime or surgical risks.

MonaLisa® Touch

 MonaLisa Touch is a laser treatment that can restore thinning vaginal walls to alleviate painful sex and urinary incontinence. This procedure can also improve your body’s natural lubrication to relieve vaginal dryness and itching.

The painless laser treatment uses a fractional CO2 laser to trigger your body’s natural healing reaction and produce new collagen to strengthen your vaginal tissue. This procedure requires no anesthesia or downtime and is performed right in your Southeast Urogyn provider’s office.


This nonsurgical procedure offers vagina and labia tightening benefits using radiofrequency energy. The gentle heat therapy contracts vaginal tissue on the inside and shrinks skin around the vulva, improving your overall vaginal functionality and appearance.

ThermiVa also stimulates more collagen production for continued renewal of your vaginal area. This treatment requires no anesthesia and you can go back to your normal activities, including sex, immediately after the procedure.


O-Shot is a fast and painless procedure that helps restore vaginal sensations that you may be losing as you age, following childbirth, or after menopause.

This treatment uses platelet-rich plasma (PRP) of your own blood which your doctor injects into your clitoris and the G-spot of your vagina. The PRP helps regenerate new tissue growth to increase vaginal sensation and functionality. The tissue of your vagina and clitoris becomes more sensitive, improving your ability to reach orgasm.

PRP treatments also encourage increased blood flow to these areas to enhance vaginal and clitoral stimulation and intensify your sexual experience.

Which treatment is right for you?

Your Southeast Urogyn provider will carefully evaluate your symptoms, as well as your medical history to determine which treatment is right for you. You should feel free to openly and honestly discuss your symptoms and how they are impacting your life. Your provider can then help you understand your options for vaginal rejuvenation based on your goals for treatment.

Schedule an appointment soon to feel more confident, more desirable, and totally satisfied with your vaginal rejuvenation results.

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