Sexual Health

At Beautiful U Medical Spa, we have various Sexual Health and Vaginal Rejuvenation treatments available. Click the links below to learn more, or contact our office today for more information!

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Acoustic Sound-Wave Therapy is a nonsurgical treatment in which sound waves are used to improve overall blood flow to the penis using an approach called LI-ESWT (low-intensity extracorporeal acoustic sound wave therapy). This treatment is an innovative substitute for various other sexual health therapies that require invasive surgical procedures or prescription medications.

If you are looking to increase the duration of erections, improve overall sensation and achieve more spontaneity, Acoustic Sound-Wave Therapy may be a great option for you!

HIFU Vaginal Rejuvenation treatment uses powerful ultrasound energy, which applies concentrated thermal heating to the inner layers (SMAS) of the vaginal tissue. This controlled heat will help to stimulate the natural production of elastin and new collagen.

This natural production of elastin and new collagen will provide enhanced sensation, overall tightness, increased sexual pleasure and is an effective treatment for urinary incontinence.

The O-Shot is a safe, nonsurgical treatment that helps stimulate tissue rejuvenation in the area of the clitoris and vagina.

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy is an organic substance that is obtained from the patient’s blood. Because PRP belongs to the patient, the body will readily absorb its nutrients and make the best use of them. This produces a healing response in the body to repair and rejuvenate the area treated.

Votiva with FormaV is a painless non-surgical treatment for vaginal tightening and rejuvenation. This treatment can non-surgically address both internal and external vaginal health issues. Votiva works by sending gentle radiofrequency waves through the walls of the vaginal canal, which will result in new collagen and elastin.

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