We are pleased to offer
diVa laser vaginal therapy
to women of all ages.
diVa vaginal laser therapy is a noninvasive procedure that restores the youthful appearance and function of the vaginal area.* This treatment may be a good option for women experiencing any of the following issues:
- Painful intercourse
- Vaginal dryness
- Vaginal laxity
- Stress urinary incontinence
Patients who have had the recommended treatments, have seen great improvement with the above mentioned issues.1 *
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treatments for optimal
- Fast, in Office Procedure
- No Downtime Required
- Well Tolerated
- Fast Results
- Increased lubrication and sensation during intercourse
- Tightened vaginal canal
- Enhances ability to reach orgasm
- Improved control over urinary incontinence
- Significant improvement in confidence and quality of life
- Results may vary *
Vaginal rejuvenation without surgery.
How does the diVa laser work?
The diVa laser treatment is the newest evolution of laser vaginal therapy built on years of experience. diVa delivers two types of energy to aid in resurfacing the vaginal skin, while also stimulating the re-growth of new collagen, blood vessels, and nerve endings below the surface of the vaginal walls.
The deeper layer of the vaginal skin is responsible for the elastic nature of the vagina, the lubrication of the vaginal skin, and the sensitivity of the vaginal canal. Restoring this deeper vaginal layer, creates significant long-term changes to dry, lax and painful tissue.
The treatment is quick, and we can target specific regions to improve stress urinary incontinence or other localized issues. The treatment also addresses other sexual dysfunctions, such as dyspareunia or vaginal laxity.*
Vaginal tightening and lubrication.
Are you a good candidate for diVa?
Any woman who is having problems with urinary stress incontinence, vaginal dryness, or desires vaginal tightness and rejuvenation, is a potential candidate for laser vaginal rejuvenation.
Are you noticing urine leakage when you sneeze, cough and/or exercise? Are you experiencing overall vaginal dryness – related to sexual relations, or just generally? diVa might be right for you!
After childbirth, women may notice that the vaginal canal, and surrounding tissue, has been stretched. Many women notice decreased sexual satisfaction and a decreased ability to hold urine in. Similarly, menopause, hysterectomy, chemotherapy and breastfeeding can reduce estrogen levels, which may result in the thinning, drying, or inflammation of the vaginal walls. For many women, this may decrease vaginal lubrication, and lead to discomfort.
Contraindications include :
- severe prolapse
- active infection
Your doctor can go over these issues with you during your first consultation. In general, most women aged 25 and up can have the diVa laser treatment. Positive results have been found in women of all ages. diVa is not for pregnant women.1 *
A 3-5 minute procedure that will change everything.
The automated and computer controlled treatment takes only 3 to 5 minutes. The quartz covering the laser is disposable, making this procedure safe and hygienic.
The diVa laser therapy is fast, with minimal discomfort.
- Normal activity can be resumed immediately after the treatment. No downtime is required.
- Spotting may occur for a day or two.
- Avoid intercourse for 48 hours. This is the period where your body starts to produce new cells in the vaginal lining.
Clinical study data demonstrates that 1-3 procedures, spaced 4 to 6 weeks apart, provide the best results. Patients generally notice improvements after the first procedure, and optimal results are achieved one month after the third procedure.
Therapy can be repeated annually, or as required. Our physician will assess your individual needs and provide a personalized therapy plan.
A lack of vaginal lubrication in response to sexual stimulation or chronic vaginal dryness may have an underlying cause. diVa can help.
Pain or Discomfort During Sex
The experience of pain or discomfort upon entry into the vagina, or during deep penetration.
A thinning of the vaginal wall and a decrease in vaginal lubrication and elasticity. These changes can cause vaginal dryness and pain during sexual activity.
Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI)
Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI), is the involuntary loss of urine caused by physical activity, coughing and sneezing.
A loosening or loss of elasticity of the skin and tissue in and around the vaginal area. Common with the stresses of childbirth and time.
Difficulty with having an orgasm or sensation of arousal during intercourse or sexual activity.
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- Women that have had children or are experiencing menopause may be interested in a treatment to improve the quality of their vaginal tissue.
- diVa vaginal rejuvenation treatments can help address incontinence and vaginal dryness, and works against the vaginal atrophy that may occur with age.*
If you are considering vaginal rejuvenation for any reason, please contact us for a consultation so we can help you assess the potential benefits for you.
No. diVa laser treatments provided in our Montreal clinic are virtually painless, and anaesthesia is not required. However, topical numbing may be applied to increase your comfort.
You will be able to resume your regular daily activities (except for intercourse in the first 48 hours) right after your treatment.*
How diVa works to create vaginal rejuvenation.
What women are saying about diVa*
“I haven't peed after sneezing, coughing, laughing or jumping in months! This has been a life saver.”
“After having the diVa procedure, I feel like I am 33 instead of 53. I think all women should have this.”
“I am blown away with my overall improvement after my 3rd treatment. It was fast and painless. I can now have intercourse without pain.”
* Results may vary and are not guaranteed.
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1 Salvatore S, Nappi RE, Zerbinati N, Calligaro A, Ferrero S, Origoni M, Candiani M and Leone Roberti Maggiore U. A 12-week treatment with
fractional CO2 laser for vulvovaginal atrophy: a pilot study. Climacteric. 2014; 17:363-369.
2 Evaluation of the Safety and Efficacy of Hybrid Fractional 2940 nm and 1470 nm Lasers for Treatment of Vaginal Tissue: Pilot Study JOHN J. PEET, MD, FACOG. 2015