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 Thermiva Specialist: Non-Surgical Vaginal Rejuvenation

Reclaim your sexual health

Revive your well being

Restore your relationships

Faces Refreshed - Lynnette Allen NP-C

734 Walt Whitman Road - Ste 101

Melville, NY  11747

516-294-6200

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Reclaim. Revive. Restore. 

Lynnette Allen, NP-C, is a certified ThermiVa provider and uses the ThermiVa for vaginal rejuvenation in her Huntington Long Island NY office.

ThermiVa is the leader in non-ablative vaginal rejuvenation technology. The ThermiVa uses radiofrequency technology to tighten and improve the appearance of the labia and vagina for a more feminine and youthful appearance. This treatment has the added benefit of reducing the effects of stress incontinence, improving vaginal laxity, dryness of the labia and vagina, and increasing sensitivity and orgasmic functionality. Many of these side effects occur due to vulvovaginal atrophy and laxity, which can occur as a result of childbirth, aging, premenopausal and menopausal tissue degeneration.

Why use ThermiVa for Vaginal Rejuvenation in Melville, Long Island, New York

ThermiVa is a NEW non-surgical procedure for labia and vaginal tightening and rejuvenation.  ThermiVa is the first and only temperature controlled radio frequency system for women who want results in sexual desire (low libido), vaginal laxity, vaginal/vulvar dryness, mild to moderate stress incontinence, and sexual or orgasmic dysfunction without surgery.

Most women suffer from incontinence, orgasm dysfunction, prolapse, vaginal laxity, and/or vaginal dryness as a result of childbirth or a change in hormonal status. They seek and want an intelligent choice for their female needs: a choice that is easy to handle, has no pain or recovery time and provides fast results. The ThermiVa is that choice. The ThermiVa is the first non-surgical and thermal-controlled radiofrequency procedure to relieve symptoms associated with female gynecological conditions.

Take the Vaginal Rejuvenation Survey
  • Do you feel "loose" vaginally since childbirth and/or menopause?

  • Do you feel dry during intercourse?

  • Do you have trouble reaching orgasm?

  • Do you occasionally dribble or leak when you sneeze, cough or exercise?

  • Have you ever "not quite made it" to the bathroom on time?

  • Have your intimate relationships suffered due to these changes?

  • Are you experiencing a loss of self-confidence?

  • Are you experiencing a loss of interest in sex? Loss of desire?

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If you Answered "Yes" to any of the above - ThermiVia Could Be The Solution

Vaginal rejuvenation restores your vagina and makes it closer to the way it was prior to childbirth and aging. Lynnette Allen, NP-C is a certified ThermiVa provider and uses the ThermiVa, a non-invasive treatment that utilizes radiofrequency energy to stimulate the growth of collagen, to provide relief from issues like vaginal dryness, urinary stress incontinence and is also an excellent solution for enhancing and restoring the appearance of the labia majora and labia minora of the vagina as well.

A Non-Surgical Solution for Female Urinary Incontinence and Gynecological Issues in Melville, Long Island, and New York

ThermiVa uses radiofrequency technology to gently warm internal and external tissue, such as the labia majora and minora, and the vaginal canal, which not only shrinks and tightens the tissue but also stimulates collagen and elastin fiber production. These fibers are major components of skin and connective tissue. The radiofrequency waves of ThermiVa help improve natural moisture and lubrication by stimulating blood flow and nerve generation in the tissue, which helps aid in tissue and gland function in and around the vagina. The ThermiVa will essentially help the skin in and around the vagina feel firm and supple again. The non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation treatment of ThermiVa has a wide range of benefits for the look, feel, and function of a woman’s vagina and also their bladder, offering an incredibly effective solution for feminine wellness.

What Can You Expect with ThermiVa?

  • No surgery

  • No Downtime

  • No Anesthesia

  • Comfortable, in-office treatments

  • Three 30 minute sessions, one month apart

  • May resume sexual relations same day/night

  • Noticeable improvement after 1st or 2nd session

  • Long lasting results

Improving Orgasmic Dysfunction and Loss of Sensitivity with Thermiva

ThermiVa can improve sensitivity in all patients, including women on hormones or birth control pills. Orgasmic dysfunction is also called anorgasmia which is the medical term for regular difficulty reaching orgasm after ample sexual stimulation. This inability to orgasm, causes you personal distress and sexual frustration. Difficulty in the ability to reach orgasm in women can lower self-esteem, body self-image, and satisfaction in their relationships. This condition is more commonly seen in women, especially those in the post-menopausal age group. According to studies, this occurs anywhere from 10% to 33% of women.

ThermiVa can help reduce the time to reach orgasm by one third to one half.  In women who have normal orgasms when treated with ThermiVa continue to have normal orgasms, but can experience stronger, more intense orgasms.

Who are Good Canidates for with Thermiva In Melville, Long Island and New York

  • Women who are experiencing vaginal laxity and a loose or rubbing feeling

  • Women who are displeased with the appearance of their labia majora, especially while wearing bathing suits, athletic attire, leggings, jeans, etc.

  • Women who are experiencing any sexual dysfunction or orgasmic issues

  • Women who are having difficulty retaining tampons or may have pelvic prolapse, such as fallen bladder or fallen rectum

  • Women who may suffer from urinary leakage or stress incontinence.

  • Women who may suffer from dryness of their vagina or labia (atrophic vaginitis) due to the effects of menopause

TAKE BACK CONTROL - It’s not great to have that out-of-control feeling about your own body; especially when it affects the most intimate part of your life. Relationships can be challenging under the best of circumstances; you don’t need your mind and body fighting each other!

 

TURN UP THE HEAT - Applying heat to tissue has become the standard for promoting collagen remodeling, which helps strengthen the structural support columns and improving the integrity of the skin.

 

BE CONFIDENT  - Reclaim your “pre-baby body”. Restore your satisfaction. Revive your relationship

Board Certified Nurse Practitioner, Lynnette Allen, NP-C is a certified ThermiVa provider and uses ThermiVa to make the muscles and tissue of the pelvic region firmer and more stable. The stronger pelvic muscles also help women experience more intense orgasms as a result, making ThermiVa treatments an ideal solution for women as well as their partners.

  • Urinary Stress Incontinence
    Have you been experiencing urinary incontinence, pain during intimacy, or vaginal dryness? If so, you are not alone. Urinary incontinence affects 200 million people worldwide; in fact, one in four women over the age of 18 experience episodes of leaking urine involuntarily. Countless women also experience a decline in sexual pleasure, which can lead to frustration and a loss of confidence. Urinary stress incontinence is a condition in which a woman leaks urine from the bladder. This leakage is involuntary and usually occurs suddenly when the woman experiences stress on the bladder from coughing, sneezing, laughing, exercise or any other activity that places stress on the bladder. Urinary stress incontinence can result from childbirth, pelvic surgery (i.e. a hysterectomy) or aging. These factors can contribute to a weakened pelvic floor and urethral sphincter muscles, which in turn can cause involuntary bladder leakage. Female urinary stress incontinence is the involuntary release of urine during any physical activity that puts pressure on your bladder. It’s not the same as general incontinence. This potentially uncomfortable condition only happens when the bladder is under immediate physical stress. Activities that can put stress on your bladder include: coughing sneezing laughing lifting heavy objects or straining bending over Chances of developing stress incontinence increases with pregnancy and as you age. In fact, according to the American Academy of Physicians (AAP), about 50 percent of women between the ages of 40 to 60, and nearly 75 percent of women over the age of 75, have some form of urinary incontinence (UI). The actual figures may be even higher, since the condition is underreported and under diagnosed. According to the AAP, it estimates that about one-half of the women who experience UI do not report it to their doctors.
  • Vaginal Laxity
    Vaginal laxity is one of the most common yet overlooked health concerns among women. Childbirth, ageing, and certain medical conditions affect collagen levels in the skin and vaginal tissue, creating a feeling of looseness. Women dealing with this problem may also experience decreased libido, loss of sexual arousal, and reduced sexual satisfaction during intercourse. Fortunately, there are ways to treat vaginal laxity and improve your quality of life. Excessive relaxation of the vaginal muscles is a common occurrence after vaginal birth, or due to aging. Damage can diminish sensation during intercourse, reduce sexual satisfaction and change the relationship between partners. Laxity of the skin is caused by numerous factors; and no area is immune to this natural decline Due to the effects of childbirth, aging, trauma, and/or genetics, the vaginal tissue and surrounding muscles can become stretched and lose their strength and tone. The loose and unsatisfying feeling that many women feel can also be felt by their male partner during intercourse. Labial enlargement, unevenness, or traumatic tears from childbirth can also affect the labia to make it look unappealing. This can result in discomfort with intimate contact, chronic rubbing, a pulling sensation, vulvar pain, and an inability to wear certain types of clothes such as tight jeans or swimsuits. Laxity leads to loss of lubrication in the vaginal area, inability to attain an orgasm, and decreased sensitivity during intercourse. Other possible causes include excessive sexual activity, trauma to the vagina, certain genetic disorders, menopause, and multiple vaginal births. Research indicates that about 76 percent of women will experience this problem at some point.
  • Vaginal Dryness
    Vaginal dryness can be one symptom of a prevalent but little-known condition called vaginal atrophy. Normally, the walls of the vagina stay lubricated with a thin layer of clear fluid. The hormone estrogen helps maintain that fluid and keeps the lining of the vagina healthy, thick, and elastic. During menopause, the drop in estrogen levels reduces the amount of moisture available. It also makes the vagina thinner and less elastic. This is called vaginal atrophy. The majority of women entering perimenopause, menopause, or postmenopause will experience vaginal dryness as a result of their bodies’ decreased estrogen production; however, dryness can occur as a result of other health conditions as well. Without adequate moisture in the area, the delicate skin can tear or become irritated and women can experience pain during sex. While women experience the consequences of painful sex most directly, their partners are affected as well. Men might feel rejected, frustrated, guilty, and fearful about the situation. Be sure to communicate openly and honestly about this issue. This way, you can avoid disconnection and find alternate forms of intimacy while waiting for your symptoms to heal.
  • Orgasmic Dysfunction and Loss of Sensitivity
    Orgasmic dysfunction is also known as anorgasmia or female orgasmic disorder. Orgasmic dysfunction is a condition that occurs when someone has difficulty reaching orgasm, even when they’re sexually aroused and there’s sufficient sexual stimulation. When this condition occurs in women, it’s known as female orgasmic dysfunction. Men can also experience orgasmic dysfunction, but this is much less common. Orgasms are an intense pleasurable release of sexual feelings during sexual stimulation accompanied by contractions of the genital muscles. They can vary in intensity, duration, and frequency. Orgasms can occur with little sexual stimulation, but sometimes much more stimulation is needed. It is estimated that in the United States 40% of women have sexual complaints and difficulty reaching orgasm with a partner, even after ample sexual stimulation. There are many problems that can keep a woman from enjoying sex. They include Lack of sexual desire Inability to become aroused Lack of orgasm, or sexual climax Painful intercourse Unfortunately for many women quite often these conditions are frequently underdiagnosed and undertreated. When sex is not enjoyable, it can become a chore rather than a mutually satisfying, playful and intimate experience. When orgasmic disorder persists, sexual desire usually declines and frequency of intercourse wanes, often causing resentment and conflict within a relationship.