Vaginal Laser Therapy, diVA™
Changes that commonly occur following childbirth or during menopause can have a noticeable effect on your feminine wellbeing and vaginal health. That’s why we offer nonsurgical vaginal laser therapy with diVA™ for our patients from Burlington, Hamilton, Oakville, and other nearby Ontario communities. Dr. Otto Weiglein and his team of nurses customize diVa treatments to address the unique, intimate concerns of each patient.
Our team at Cosmedica wants to help you regain confidence in your body. If you are interested in learning more about this innovative vaginal laser therapy treatment, request a consultation using the online form or call Cosmedica at (905) 631-6288 to schedule an appointment.
What Is diVa?
diVa is the only vaginal laser therapy that uses hybrid fractional laser technology to both resurface the vaginal wall’s layers and trigger the body’s natural healing response. Are you looking for a solution to any of these issues?
- Getting up multiple times per night to use the bathroom
- Wearing a pad just in case you laugh or cough
- Being unable to sit through a movie without using the restroom
- Feeling afraid to exercise because you are concerned about leaking urine
- Making sure you know where the restrooms are whenever you go in public
- Wearing pads or panty liners to be confident you will make it through the day
- Experiencing dryness, itching, or painful intercourse
If you answered YES to any of these concerns, ask our nurses how diVa can improve your quality of life.
Dr. Otto Weiglein
Dr. Weiglein is a Royal College-certified plastic surgeon who blends his refined surgical talents with a deep appreciation for the human form and spirit to give you a personalized, rewarding cosmetic experience.Meet Dr. Weiglein
Conditions diVa Treats
- Pre‐, post‐ and active menopause
- Urinary incontinence
- Bladder leakage
- Vaginal dryness, itching
- Episiotomy scars
- Trauma related to childbirth
- Vaginal looseness
When to Consider diVa
For some women, the natural changes from childbirth or menopause can have unwanted effects on the vaginal tissue. This may lead to discomfort and limit the enjoyment of sexual intercourse. This isn’t true for all women, but if you’re concerned about a change in vaginal sensitivity because of tissues stretched by childbirth or menopause‐related vaginal dryness, diVa may be an ideal treatment.
How diVa Works
diVa uses the same hybrid fractional laser technology first developed for Halo™ laser skin resurfacing treatments. diVa works by delivering 2 different laser wavelengths to the treatment area, which Dr. Weiglein and his team of nurses can vary to customize your treatment.
The first laser resurfaces the vaginal wall, replacing it with new, healthier tissue. The second laser heats the tissue, triggering the body’s natural healing response. Because the laser treatment is precisely controlled, the results are uniform and predictable.
Why Choose diVa?
- #1 recommended treatment
- First non‐hormonal, non‐surgical solution to a woman’s most intimate
- No adverse events ever reported
- 3 to 5-minute procedure
- You can resume normal activities almost immediately
What to Expect
A diVa treatment is quick, and most patients experience little to no discomfort during the procedure. In most cases, a treatment takes less than 5 minutes with no anesthetic, although you may request a local anesthetic to numb the area if you would prefer.
You may feel slight pressure on the vaginal wall during the treatment, or increased sensitivity. No downtime is required, although you should refrain from intercourse or any water entering the vagina for 1-2 weeks after the treatment.
A series of 3 treatments, performed a month apart, is usually necessary to get the desired results. Touch‐up treatments at 6‐ to 12‐month intervals may be recommended to help sustain those results for years to come.
Why is diVa better than other therapies on the market?
- Only treatment that protects the cervix
- Only treatment with a disposable handpiece
- No risk of cross contamination
- Quick treatment
- Guaranteed success
- Even distribution of energy on tissue
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is an ideal candidate for diVa?
Women that have had children or are experiencing menopause may be interested in a resurfacing treatment to improve the quality of life.
How long does a procedure take?
diVa’s ergonomic design allows for comfortable, fast and easy treatments. Each procedure takes 3 to 5 minutes to treat the full length of a vaginal canal.
How many treatments are recommended?
A series of 3 procedures spaced every 8 weeks apart is recommended, followed by one treatment every 6 to 12 months.
What do diVa treatments feel like?
You may experience a slight pressure against the vaginal wall during the diVa treatment, and some patients may experience increased sensitivity near the vaginal opening. diVa laser therapy is fast with minimal discomfort.
What do patients experience after treatment?
You may return to your daily routine with minimal discharge, spotting, or discomfort; however, you should avoid anything entering the vagina including water (no swimming, hot tubs, baths, etc.), sexual intercourse, or female sanitary products a minimum of 1 a week following treatment .
Is anesthesia necessary?
No, diVa is an in‐office treatment. Topical anesthetic will be applied to increase your comfort but is not necessary.Back to Top