The result is an improved appearance of the skin of the vulva leading to a greater sense of self-confidence.

Childbirth, menopause, hysterectomies and chemotherapy can cause physical and chemical changes in the body that can lead to stretching, thinning and drying of the vaginal walls. diVa is a ground-breaking procedure that utilizes Hybrid Fractional Laser (HFL) technology to quickly and painless increase vaginal elasticity, moisture and appearance.

 
 

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Dr. James Brady provides diVa's advanced technological treatment in collaboration with the incredible specialists at Hamptons Gynecology & Obstetrics (OB/GYN).

 
 
 

TO START

A first meeting with Dr. Brady will determine whether vaginal (internal) or vulvar (external) rejuvenation (or a combination of the two) is desired. The diVa treatment focuses on inner vaginal restoration, while the diVaTyte treatment improves the appearance of exterior vaginal skin. Both treatments require no general anesthetic, have no recovery time and can be done in as little as 3-5 minutes.

ESSENTIALS

  • The diVa and diVaTyte treatments can be performed separately or together
  • Recommended 3 treatments
  • The diVa treatment is an internal vaginal laser that can cure incontinence, dryness, looseness and irritation. The first laser deeply resurfaces the layers of the vaginal wall, replacing it with brand new, healthy tissue. The second laser heats the layers of the tissue to release collagen. This increase in collagen and elasticity can help treat sexual, dryness and continence-related internal vaginal issues.
  • The diVaTyte is a laser that is applied to the skin surface of the external vaginal tissue. Therapeutic light treats the exterior vaginal skin and heats the dermal layer. The end result is increased elasticity and firmness of the labial skin and a more pleasing, youthful appearance.

RECOVERY / POST-OPERATIVE

During the procedure, which lasts 3-5 min, some pressure might be felt from the applied laser. There is no downtime or recovery period, although sex should be avoided for 48 hours following the procedure.