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Labia & Vaginal Rejuvenation 
 Non-Surgical & Surgical Options

by Plastic Surgeon Dr. Ashley Robey

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State-of-the-art Non-Surgical & Surgical Options

  • Triple Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
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  • Awarded On-Time Doctor Award by Patients
  • Compassionate Doctor Recognition Award 
We are located inside IU North Hospital, 11725 N. Illinois Street Suite 270 - Carmel, IN 46032 - call: 317-782.5588
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Non-Surgical Option
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Find out more about why so many women are excited about this procedure! 

ThermiVA : discretely renew and tighten
We're experienced using many of the latest techniques and state-of-the-art equipment.

ThermiVA is a breakthrough treatment now available from Dr. Ashley Robey that uses radiofrequency energy to painlessly tighten both the vagina and the external genitalia of women.

Who is a good candidate for ThermiVA?
Most Women!

What benefits have patients reported following treatment with ThermiVA?
  • Urinary Incontinence / Leaky Bladder (commonly associated with child birth)
  • Labial Droop
  • Vaginal Laxity
  • Orgasmic Dysfunction
  • Aesthetics
  • Lacking Sensitivity
  • Vaginal Dryness
  • Vaginal Gas
  • Fallen Bladder/Rectum (prolapse)

What is the downtime?
No Downtime!
There is no downtime after a treatment session. Patients are okay to resume normal exercise and/or sexual activity immediately after each therapy session.

Where will my procedure be performed?
In-Office Procedure
Your 20-30 minute treatment session will be performed discretely by a single provider at our hospital-based clinic.
Labiaplasty (Female Genital Surgery)
Labia is a term to describe the female genital “lips.” The female genitals have larger outer lips called labia majora; the labia major are thicker, skin-colored hair-bearing. The inner lips, or labia minora, are colored much in the same way the inside of your cheek is colored. 

Women undergo labiaplasty if they are interested in changing the appearance of their labia majora or minora. Most commonly, the labia minora are being reduced because they are too long or different sizes. The labia majora can also be reduced surgically or with radiofrequency tightening. 

Labiaplasty FAQ:

What is the difference between a labiaplasty and a vaginoplasty?

Labiaplasty is surgery on the female genital lips, either the outer lips (labia majora) or inner lips (labia minora). A cosmetic vaginoplasty is surgery on the vaginal canal itself; patients often seek out a vaginoplasty in order to “tighten up” the vagina after childbirth. Dr. Robey does not currently perform cosmetic vaginoplasties, but nonsurgical vaginal/pelvic floor tightening is offered in the form of a ThermiVA. 

What is the recovery period after labiaplasty?

You can expect to have some swelling and discoloration of your tissues after surgery. Some patients will elect to wear a panty-liner for the first week to collect any potential drainage. Patients can return to work in a few days. Soaking in water is allowed after 10-14 days, and sexual intercourse is allowed after 4-6 weeks. 

Swelling can persist to some extent for several months. 

What is involved in postoperative care?

Routine showering of the surgical site with soap and water is recommended. No scrubbing of tissues. Dr. Robey recommends application of an ointment for the first week after surgery. Do not soak in water for the first 10-14 days; after this time period, baths and swimming in pools is allowed. 
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