From aging to menopause and the side effects of childbirth, the vagina goes through major changes in life that can lead to frustrating problems including dryness, sexual dysfunction, discomfort, abnormal bleeding, incontinence, laxity, and more. Unfortunately, many women accept this as a part of life and never get the help they need or deserve. 

When it comes to vaginal rejuvenation, we proudly provide the Morpheus8V, a state-of-the-art non-surgical device that provides outstanding results for female wellness. 

What is Morpheus8V?

Morpheus8V is an advanced radio frequency microneedling technology that targets deep skin layers to improve collagen and elastin and stimulate regrowth of new tissue. 
Morpheus8V thickens and restores internal vaginal membrane feeling and function while simultaneously improving bladder control. If “microneedling” paired with “vaginal” gave you pause, rest assured that many women have had this comfortable and well-tolerated treatment. Clinical studies show (in pre and post vaginal tissue biopsies) that Morpheus8V’s combination of microneedling with radiofrequency increases collagen and elastin inside the vaginal canal, around the urethra, and around the clitoris. Increased collagen and elastin have a dramatic impact on rejuvenating tissue and helping you feel normal again. 

In studies, 90% of women reported improvement in bladder control and sexual enjoyment after 1 to 3 treatments. Their sexual partners say they feel the difference, too. 
Part of why we love and recommend Morpheus8V so often is it also helps other vaginal complaints, like lichen sclerosis (thinning skin), changes in odor and fluids, and chronic yeast infections. This is because Morpheus8V actually corrects vaginal pH and improves internal and external skin and tissue hydration. Results are long-lasting and maintained with just an annual treatment.

How Morpheus8V Can Treat an Overactive Bladder

Morpheus8V delivers targeted, precise energy to treat urinary incontinence. This energy provides a collagen boost to help with loss of vaginal collagen (vulvovaginal atrophy), and vaginal muscle relaxation symptoms (collapsed pelvic floors) increasing lubrication and renewed thickness, strength and tone in the vaginal walls and labia.

Because Morpheus8V stimulates your natural healing mechanisms, this increased collagen support in the vaginal tissue can relieve stress urinary incontinence, overactive bladder, and urge incontinence. The tightening action of Morpheus8V strengthens the anterior vaginal wall to lift the bladder and urethra to improve urinary incontinence dramatically.

What are the Benefits of Morpheus8V?

  • •Effective, non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation
  • •Provides a very significant boost in the production of collagen and elastin
  • •No recovery period or downtime
  • •Safe, FDA-approved treatment
  • •Short treatment (30 minutes)
  • •Can remodel and reduce vaginal scarring
  • •Improves vaginal moisture
  • •Enhances vaginal wellness, sensitivity, and intimacy

How Many Treatments Will I Need?

To achieve the best results with Morpheus8V, we recommend three treatments, scheduled 4-8 weeks apart. 

The results of Morpheus8V vaginal rejuvenation can last 18 months or longer. And a single yearly “touch up” treatment can help maintain the amazing results for years to come.

Once the procedure is complete, there is no recovery period or downtime. You can get right back to your usual activities, work or exercise. As your body begins to rebuild the skin and tissues in the area, you may begin to see results in as little as two weeks after your first treatment. 

As the collagen remodeling continues, you will notice sensation is more enhanced, the skin is tighter and firmer, vaginal moisture is improved, and the appearance of any scarring in the area is improved. 

If you would like to know if Morpheus8V is right for you, please contact us. For more information or to make an appointment for a consultation, please call us at (512) 301-6767 or click the link below.


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