TempSure Vitalia is a non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation and tightening treatment. This treatment is intended to alleviate vaginal dryness, laxity, itchiness, incontinence, and pain.
The TempSure Vitalia device has the ability to tighten and restore the loose vaginal tissue. Additionally, it can improve nerve sensitivity, which is known to decline with age and after giving birth, resulting in an enhanced sexual experience.
How Does TempSure Vitalia Work?
Through the use of radiofrequency heat, the TempSure Vitalia device encourages the production of new collagen in the vaginal wall. This treatment increases blood flow to the area and promotes new collagen and elastin production. This is a simple and effective way to keep your sexual health in good shape during and after menopause.
Is TempSure Vitalia Right for Me?
If you want feminine rejuvenation that doesn’t require recovery time and fixes vaginal laxity, dryness, incontinence, and pain, consider TempSure Vitalia. Patients of all skin types can benefit from these easy, fast, and reliable treatments.
What to Expect During the Procedure
The patient should expect to feel a slight warmth in the targeted tissues as the TempSure Vitalia procedure progresses. The treatment has been thoughtfully developed with women in mind to provide a gradual delivery of heat; this ensures a pleasant and effective therapeutic experience each and every time.
Is a Recovery Period Needed Following the Procedure?
There will be no downtime or recovery time required. After the procedure, you can expect the area to be slightly pink and swollen for a few hours.
How Many Sessions Will I Require?
Because every woman is unique, the number of sessions needed will vary from patient to patient. The majority of patients experience the best results after completing a series of at least 3 TempSure Vitalia treatments.
When Will I Begin to See Results?
Some of the effects will be noticeable right away, and the rest will appear over the next few weeks as your body produces new collagen and elastin. Your progress should continue to improve over the coming weeks. This is due to the lengthy process of collagen synthesis.