A non-invasive and effective treatment for urinary incontinence and to improve women’s sexual function
What is the Viveve Treatment?
The Viveve Treatment is delivered by the Viveve System, which is a safe and non-surgical procedure to help women who are experiencing urinary incontinence and sexual dysfunction or vaginal laxity.
The Viveve Treatment can be done in a single 30-45 minute session, with benefits lasting upwards of 12 months.
What does the Viveve Treatment treat?
The Viveve Treatment could help women who are experiencing:
- Urinary incontinence – leaking urine when laughing, coughing, sneezing, or jumping
- Sexual dysfunction and vaginal laxity – the expansion and stretching of vaginal tissue which could occur after childbirth, age, or hormonal changes
With the Viveve Treatment, the integrity of the vagina is restored through a natural rebuild of collagen and support of the urethra. The treatment can improve orgasm, lubrication and arousal, and decreasing urine leaks, through the strengthening of the urethra.
How does the Viveve Treatment work?
The Viveve Treatment is a patented, cryogen-cooled monopolar, radiofrequency energy delivery system.
A small probe is inserted into the vagina which gives a cryogen cooling effect to protect the tissue and radiofrequency waves to heat the tissue. This creates new collage and allows the vagina to return to its function and structure. With this, sensation is restored and laxity is decreased.
Get the Viveve Treatment with Centric Health
Many women from across Canada and all over the world choose Centric Health Surgical Centres for the Viveve Treatment. Our surgeons have years of experience and a commitment to excellence. Our modern facility and patient-centred philosophy will ensure you have a positive, rewarding experience.
Next steps: Book your Viveve Treatment consultation
If you are ready to discuss your Viveve Treatment needs, contact us to learn more and request a consultation today. To discover your health options your patient care coordinator will discuss:
- Your medical history
- Potential risks and complications