A New Type of Women’s Wellness Treatment Offered by WELLMEDICA

Dr. Dima Ali, M.D., a Reston based board-certified cosmetic laser surgeon and founder of the WellMedica is pleased to announce they are among the first in the country to offer the new Geneveve™ vaginal treatment. Geneveve is a safe, non-surgical approach for renewing vaginal tissue. Just like skin, vaginal tissue can become loose or ‘lax’ over time. Vaginal laxity leads to issues with sexual sensation, orgasm, lubrication and urinary incontinence, which can impact a woman’s sexual enjoyment, self-confidence and overall well-being.

During the Geneveve treatment, the practitioner inserts a small tip just inside the vaginal opening which delivers short, alternating pulses of cooling deep heat to the vaginal tissue. This activates the natural formation of younger, more supportive collagen, which gradually, over the next three to six months, strengthens, tightens and revitalizes the area. Geneveve is an effective, comfortable and convenient approach to vaginal laxity and the resulting decrease in sexual sensation and satisfaction.

“This is a whole different kind of collagen boost–one that isn’t just about appearance but about how a woman feels physically,” explains Dr. Dima. “Geneveve fits perfectly with our philosophy of selecting the best, most innovative technologies and treatments for self-betterment.”

Geneveve treatment is unique because it is the only non-surgical, vaginal treatment to offer integrated cooling, which allows heat to be delivered – safely and comfortably – deep enough into the tissue rather than at the surface of the skin, resulting in significant cushioning and resilience.

“Our patients love that just one 30-minute treatment can lead to meaningful, lasting results,” Dr. Dima continues. “There is no downtime after the treatment and patients can go on with their daily routine. We recommend a follow-up visit in one year’s time to determine if a touch-up treatment is desired.” Loss of sensation is very common after vaginal childbirth, and it can even be an issue for women over time who have not had children. If the tissue has loosened or become stretched to the point where the vaginal opening no longer ‘embraces’ the partner the way it used to, the amount of pleasurable sensation for the woman is reduced. “We are thrilled to be able to bring our…

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