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Special Offer

Free Geneveve consult and pelvic exam ($500 value)

We are offering new patients a free Geneveve™ consultation and pelvic exam.

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Book now: 321-229-8523

 

Clinically-Proven with Lasting Results

The Geneveve treatment stimulates the body’s own renewal response to gradually restore healthy collagen and give soft tissue a more youthful tone and resiliency. The treatment is clinically-proven to:

  • Improve vaginal laxity (looseness or overstretched vaginal wall)
  • Increase vaginal lubrication and reduce painful intercourse
  • Improve stress or urge incontinence
  • Increase vaginal sensitivity
  • Increase quality and intensity of climax

Geneveve is a unique treatment that generates new collagen development which provides women a renewed feeling of health and vitality. The dual mode Geneveve treatment cools and protects the surface while heating deeper tissue. Geneveve uses tiny pulses of gentle radio frequency energy to stimulate and increase your body's own collagen to achieve a more natural, youthful state.

Geneveve is clinically proven to be both safe and effective. With just one gentle 30-minute treatment, you'll be back to regular activities after the procedure and start to feel results within just a few weeks.

 
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Experience the joy of your newborn and a renewed body post childbirth

 

Post-Childbirth Vaginal Laxity

You have a new baby...and unfortunately, vaginal laxity. What do you do? Most new mothers suffer from the symptoms of laxity (overstretched tissue and looseness) after a vaginal birth. As your baby moves through the birth canal, the vagina stretches to accommodate your baby. This affects the vaginal wall, which leaves you with a vagina that lacks its pre-birth tightness. Vaginal laxity symptoms can also include reduced sexual sensitivity that leads to decreased satisfaction from sex and sometimes urinary incontinence.

Now you have a choice! You don't have to suffer from laxity after childbirth, whether it's your first baby or your fifth. With our new Geneveve™ treatment, you can see symptoms improving in just a few weeks. New mothers can receive the treatment as soon as 8 to 12 weeks after childbirth. Help your vagina recover and return to more tightness, sensitivity and natural balance.

 
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Renew your intimacy and increase sexual sensitivity

Enjoy Sensational Sex

Many women experience symptoms of loss of sensitivity or less-than-optimal climax sensations during sex. This can be due to hormones being out of balance, but it can also be a result of vaginal laxity. Whether from childbirth, age, hormonal imbalance or a medical condition, the vagina loses tightness and sensitivity over time. Collagen and elastin are primary building blocks of a healthy, tight and sensitive vagina.

The advanced technology of gentle radio frequencies to directly stimulate tissue remodeling (reorganization or renovation of existing tissue) helps restore the elastin and collagen to a more youthful, natural state. As a result, your vaginal wall plumps up and provides more lubrication and sensitivity during sex. This can also improve the quality and intensity of climaxes and create a more sensational experience for you and your partner.

 
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Laugh with confidence and wild abandon again

 

Goodbye Incontinence

Stress incontinence (releasing small amounts of urine upon coughing, sneezing, laughing or exercising) and urge incontinence* (strong need to urinate, but can't get to the toilet in time) are more common among women, especially postpartum, menopausal or postmenopausal women. For menopausal and postmenopausal women, the cause is due to the decline of estrogen which reduces the vulvo-vaginal mucosa and vaginal laxity, where the collagen and elastin in the vaginal wall diminish.

Vaginal laxity impacts the pelvic floor and the urogenital muscles' ability to effectively function, and the result can be urge or stress incontinence. The Geneveve treatment stimulates collagen growth through radio frequencies delivered in a non-invasive, low-risk application of heat to the vaginal wall. As collagen replenishes, the vaginal wall becomes more pliant and supple, and the tightness improves your body's ability to properly control urine flow.

*Severe urinary incontinence may also be a symptom of a more serious medical condition and should be evaluated by a physician.

 
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I had frequent stress incontinence, where every time I laughed, sneezed or coughed I would pee a little. It was becoming more and more chronic, and a real bother. Dr. Magsino recommended the Geneveve treatment, and I had the procedure a few weeks ago. It was painless, fast and I got back to my day right after.

Amazingly, I’ve already felt a difference in my tightness and have had no stress incontinence since, which was really surprising because I thought it would take a while before I saw results. I am totally blown away at how well this has helped me, and I know I’m only going to feel better and better as the weeks go on! I’ve also noticed a HUGE improvement in my sex life, which was an added bonus! Thank you, Dr. Magsino!
— Terry P., 53-year-old in Orlando, FL

FAQs About the Geneveve Treatment

Q: What is RF technology?

A: RF, or radio frequency, technology has been used in medical applications for over 75 years. Radio frequency-based systems have been used successfully for non-ablative skin rejuvenation, atrophic scar revision, treatment of unwanted hair, vascular lesions and inflammatory acne. When applied to tissue, the radio frequency device causes a heating of the collagen helix, causing it and other proteins to reform and rebuild.

Q: How long is the Geneveve treatment?

A: The Geneveve treatment takes approximately 30 minutes to complete in our office.

Q: Is the procedure painful?

A: Most women experience a sensation of heating and cooling during the treatment, but usually no pain or discomfort.

Q; Are there any side effects during or after the treatment?

A: Most women don't experience any side effects during or after the treatment.

Q: Can I go back to work right after the treatment?

A: Yes. In most cases, you can return to normal activity immediately following your treatment.

Q: How long should I wait to have vaginal intercourse after the treatment?

A: We recommend that you wait 48 hours after your treatment before having vaginal penetration. This allows the treated tissue to begin recovery and start the collagen restoration process.

Q: Why do you recommend a pelvic exam prior to treatment?

A: Pelvic exams allow your doctor to assess the degree of vaginal laxity and examine the vulvo-vaginal region, including the strength of your pelvic floor muscles. We want to make sure that your vaginal wall is in a healthy state to receive the Geneveve treatment and that you'll benefit from the procedure.

Q: How many applications of the Geneveve treatment will I need to do before I can see results?

A: One! That's right, unlike other medical devices delivering radio frequency pulses to improve vaginal collagen and elastin, the more advanced and effective Geneveve treatment takes only one 30 minute treatment in our office.

Q: Who will administer the Geneveve treatment?

A: The Geneveve treatment is administered by Dr. Marissa Magsino or one of our Geneveve-trained physician's assistants or nurses. Our medical staff has received hours of training by Geneveve medically-certified trainers to safely and effectively administer the treatment to patients.

Q: How soon will I see improvement after the treatment?

A: Most women feel improvement within a few weeks, with noticeable improvement in sensitivity, tightness, reduction or elimination of stress incontinence within 6 to 9 weeks.

Q; How long does the treatment last?

A: The treatment is designed to last a year and for some women, lasts much longer.

Q: How much does the treatment cost?

A: The Geneveve treatment is $3000 and can be paid via credit card prior to the procedure. Our office accepts most major credit cards.

Q: Does health insurance cover the Geneveve treatment?

A: In most cases, insurance does not cover a procedure like the Geneveve treatment. The procedure is considered an aesthetic treatment by insurance companies and typically does not fall under the category of "medically necessary." However, we recommend that you first check with your insurance carrier to confirm coverage.

Q: How do I learn more or set up a consultation about this treatment?

A: Call our office at 407-2792-6778 to set a consultation about the Geneveve treatment and to see if it's right for you.

Q: Who is the manufacturer of the Geneveve medical device?

A: Viveve is the manufacturer and distributor of the Geneveve medical device. Viveve is a woman-led public company based in Sunnyvale, California.