Rejuvenation with diVa.

Changes after childbirth, hormonal changes, menopause, or surgeries such as hysterectomy can have a dramatic impact on the vaginal tissues, causing a loss of elasticity, dryness, lack of tone, and reduced sexual response.

What is a diVa treatment like to experience?

The procedure is fast, painless, and very effective. Your provider will insert a small, sterile, handheld laser into the vagina. The laser works to resurface the vaginal wall to trigger the development of fresh, healthy tissue. It also stimulates the production of collagen to tighten and firm tissues.

Intimacy matters to your quality of life.

If you are one of the many women experiencing unwanted symptoms, our nurses can consult with you in complete privacy and determine if diVa can help incontinence, dryness, or are finding sexual intercourse either painful or a chore.

diVa has a 100% “Worth It” rating on RealSelf.

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diVa™ by Sciton®: what our patients have to say…

“I have experienced a number of services with APSI. All great, but the most life-changing procedure was the DIVA. Why in the world hasn't anyone told us about what this procedure can do for us? I asked my urologist about my bladder incontinence, and I asked him about the diVa. I was a perfect candidate. So successful that it is life-changing! Every woman needs to check this procedure out. You will be so grateful for what it does for you! Thank you APSI!"

– M.G. / Google / Jun 28, 2019

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When will I see results?

You may notice some improvements immediately, along with reduced instances of incontinence. Full results continue to develop over several months, as the tissue continues to improve, creating firmer, more supple tissues. For optimal results, we recommend three treatments, spaced one month apart, with a maintenance treatment once a year.

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Is it painful?

For most patients, diVa treatments only cause mild discomfort. A topical anesthetic is generally applied. It is normal to feel some pressure on the vaginal wall and increased sensitivity during the treatment.

Are the results proven?

In a clinical study, 92% of patients were satisfied with the results of their diVa treatment. In the same study, 85% of patients experienced little to no discomfort and would recommend the treatment to others.

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