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If you are considering vaginal rejuvenation, don’t let the fear of painful procedures and long healing times put you off. VTone by InMode is the perfect nonsurgical treatment for addressing the vaginal laxity that comes with aging, pregnancy, childbirth, and hormonal changes — without any downtime!

Whether you are way into your vaginal rejuvenation journey or are just now considering it, VTone is a no-brainer to add to your treatment plan!

Introducing InMode VTone, the New Trend in Nonsurgical Vaginal Rejuvenation!

Some plastic surgery trends only last a season, while others, like VTone, are here to stay! VTone is the go-to for improving signs of vaginal laxity and weak pelvic floors. Not only is the treatment non-invasive, but it comes with no downtime or discomfort!

VTone uses cutting-edge electrostimulation technology to contract and tighten the muscles in and around the vaginal canal — leaving you with a rejuvenated, stronger pelvic floor.

The VTone procedure can be combined with other vaginal rejuvenation treatments, such as Votiva and Morpheus8V, which we also offer at the Vinyard Institute of Plastic Surgery!

Vaginal rejuvenation will improve the overall quality of your physical and sexual health. So if that sounds like something worth your while, follow along for all the ins and outs of VTone!

How Does VTone’s Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) Strengthen Weak Pelvic Floor Muscles?

Have you noticed that you are experiencing reduced sexual pleasure or urinary leakage? The reason often lies in having a weak pelvic floor and loss of collagen and elastin. With age or following pregnancy or childbirth and coupled with a lack of blood flow and weak muscles in the vagina and vulva, the vaginal tissue changes, and both natural lubrication and sexual satisfaction decrease. Vaginal tissues can stretch and loosen after childbirth or over time, causing stress, urge, and mixed urinary incontinence.

For many women experiencing vaginal laxity, Kegel exercises are simply not enough to restore bladder control or tighten the vaginal canal — which is where the InMode VTone treatment comes in!

VTone is effective in strengthening your pelvic floor for a variety of reasons. The FDA-cleared electrical muscle stimulation (EMS) technology causes the muscles to contract, thus improving their tone. The VTone applicator is also anatomically designed, explicitly targeting the vaginal canal and surrounding pelvic floor muscles while ensuring comfort and efficiency.

The focus on neuromuscular re-education makes electrical muscular stimulation different from and superior to the infamous Kegel exercise. The InMode VTone technology works to solidify the connection between vaginal tissue and muscle fibers and the nerves that serve them. Focusing on the integration and coordination of muscles and nerves results in a longer-lasting, more effective outcome.

What Are the Main Benefits of VTone?

Knowing you are safe is of utmost priority, especially when addressing intimate feminine wellness concerns. So you can rest assured that the VTone treatment is FDA-cleared and has been highly effective in restoring many patients’ quality of life since 2020. The amazing thing about VTone is that it is far less invasive than female urogenital surgery. The benefits that you will experience are varied, but to get an overall idea of what you can expect, we have included some of the main advantages of choosing VTone:

  • A non-invasive vaginal rejuvenation procedure that can be efficiently administered in-office during a 30-minute appointment without any downtime. 
  • Anatomically shaped applicator designed to seamlessly insert into the vaginal opening and work intricately in the vaginal canal with little to no discomfort.
  • Highly effective in strengthening weak pelvic floor muscles to tighten the vagina resulting in increased sexual pleasure.
  • Increases bladder control and reverses effects of stress, urge, and mixed urinary incontinence, often after childbirth or the natural aging process.

But most importantly, VTone restores patient confidence and improves the quality of life!

Am I the Ideal Candidate for the VTone Vaginal Rejuvenation?

You may struggle with vaginal laxity, urge and mixed urinary leakage. Or you may be looking to improve your sexual satisfaction. If that sounds anything like you, vaginal rejuvenation through VTone could be a great option for you. Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon Dr. William J. Vinyard, MD, FACS, and his team of experts will always consult with you to ensure that an appropriate treatment plan is drawn up to match your goals.

Does VTone Help Address Stress Urinary Incontinence?

Does the thought of running, sneezing, or jumping stress you out because you lack bladder control or suffer from urinary incontinence? Well, you’re not alone — 18 million women experience involuntary urine leakage, according to the National Association for Incontinence.

Urinary incontinence often arises due to aging, pregnancy, and childbirth but is not incurable. There are many ways to reverse urinary leakage without worrying about panty liners or possibly embarrassing moments.

Strengthening the pelvic floor will rehabilitate the vaginal canal and the pelvic muscles. The electrical muscular stimulation regenerates and restores the muscle fibers that have weakened and stretched over time. This approach helps to address stress, urge, and mixed urinary incontinence.

How Many VTone Treatment Sessions Will I Need for Optimal Results?

All women are different, so the number and duration of treatment sessions may vary slightly. Dr. Vinyard and his team of experts will likely recommend two treatment sessions per week for three weeks to achieve maximum results. Vaginal rejuvenation through VTone is cumulative, with most patients experiencing final results roughly one to two weeks after the last session. Some women return for upkeep and maintenance once a year after that.

Does VTone Require Any Downtime?

VTone is a gentle yet effective technology designed to provide intravaginal electrical muscle stimulation and neuromuscular re-education to rehabilitate weak pelvic floor muscles without downtime.

Some women feel mild tingling and contracting sensations during the procedure. There is no recovery or downtime period with the VTone treatment. You can go about your daily routine after the treatment. However, we advise you not to engage in any intercourse for the first 24 hours  after the procedure.

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Your Vaginal Rejuvenation Journey Is One Step Away!

As you consider your vaginal rejuvenation goals, Dr. Vinyard and his team of experts wield many options for restoring a youthful look, feel, and function to your vaginal area. A VTone procedure can be an easy and incredible addition to your treatment plan, and Dr. Vinyard and his team of experts are ready to support you in achieving your aesthetic goals. Contact us to schedule a personal consultation with us, or call (772) 362-3357 to find out the next steps in your vaginal rejuvenation journey! Our office at 291 NW Peacock Blvd, Suite 103, Port St. Lucie, FL 34986, proudly serves the South Florida area! We also invite you to check out our blog page, Facebook, and Instagram to learn more about the treatment options available at our office!

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