Votiva by InMode.

Sexual Wellness Center In Orlando

The Latest Medical Technology in Feminine Sexual Wellness. 

The topic of weakened vaginal muscles is not a conversation most women feel comfortable having with their physician. But the truth is that every year, millions of women seek treatment for this, and other associated symptoms such as reduced sexual satisfaction, urinary incontinence and loose vaginal skin. 


Votiva by InMode is an extremely versatile technology used to in the treatment of a variety of conditions. Votiva is valuable for women in every stage of life. Prior to your treatment, a Dew Sexual Wellness provider will sit with you and review your medical history, discuss your specific concerns, and create a personalized treatment plan for you.

Who is the right candidate for Votiva?

Common reasons for why women seek treatment with Votiva include post vaginal childbirth related issues like, stress incontinence, decreased sensation during intercourse, an enlarged vaginal opening as well as changes in the shape and size of the labia. In perimenopausal and post-menopausal women, vaginal dryness is a primary concern.

Other vaginal issues treated with Votiva include urinary incontinence, loss of vaginal tone, vaginal dryness, and pain with intercourse.


Great candidates for the Votiva procedure include:

  • Women who have undergone vaginal childbirth
  • Women who are experiencing menopause related changes
  • Perimenopausal women
  • Post-menopausal women

Find Out if Votiva is Right For You!

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Votiva is for you if you want to:

  • Tighten the vaginal canal
  • Reduce vaginal dryness
  • Reduce labial hypertrophy associated pain
  • Enhance vaginal muscle tone
  • Increase sensation during intercourse
  • Enhance vaginal muscle strength and control

How Does Votiva Work?

During a Votiva treatment, the walls of the vagina are strengthened and tightened using radiofrequency. The result is restored contour, enhanced muscle tone and an improved overall physical appearance of the entire vaginal area, including the labia minora and majora.

To find out if you are a candidate for Votiva, please contact our office today!!


 Is There Any Downtime or Pain Associate With Votiva?

Votiva is a pain free treatment for the rejuvenation of vaginal skin. Additionally, there is no need for postoperative care needed, which means that patients can return to normal activities immediately after their Votiva treatment. However, we may you to abstain from intercourse, and avoid hot tubs, pools, and bathtubs for 72 hours following your Votiva treatment. 

This is thanks to the radiofrequency used in Votiva, which heats the tissue of the vaginal lining and labia, promotes rejuvenation the skin.  

How Many Votiva Sessions Will I Need?

A vaginal rejuvenation treatment plan will be created customized for you, after your initial consultation. Most patients will have 2-3 sessions, however, you may see a difference after only one treatment. In the end, the number of treatments needed, will depend on your treatment concerns and your personal goals. 

Call us today to schedule your appointment with our providers for this Amazing procedure!! 

How long does the treatment take?

Depending on the areas being treated the sessions last from 30-40 minutes, but you should allow at least an hour for your visit. 

Is the Votiva procedure painful?

Because the region being treated is anesthetized, Votiva is not painful. You may experience a comforting warming sensation.

How do I prepare for my Votiva procedure?

You should abstain from intercourse and hair removal from the treatment area for 24 hours prior to your. Additionally, you must stop taking any NSAIDs like ibuprofen, naproxen, or aspirin for 3 days prior to your treatment. Lastly, Votiva should be avoided during any menstrual bleeding and just prior to your menstrual cycle.

How long will the results last?

You will continue to see benefits for several months after completing your Votiva treatments. However, since the aging process never ends, a single yearly maintenance treatment is something to consider. 

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