Do you have questions about vaginal rejuvenation safety?

At Desert Wellness, we take patient safety very seriously. To ensure the peace of mind of our clients, we would like to formally address the recent concerns surrounding the statement made by the FDA. This statement was made against the safety of certain companies marketing devices for vaginal rejuvenation procedures. Namely, that these companies’ vaginal rejuvenation treatments cause burns and other damages. Let’s talk about vaginal rejuvenation safety.

First and foremost, each and every treatment offered at our office is carefully screened prior to being available to any of our patients. If a procedure or treatment weren’t safe, we wouldn’t allow it in our office. This includes our Viveve treatment, which is made by Viveve. We understand the concern that our patients have and want to reassure you that you can feel confident in our Viveve treatment by Viveve.

We applaud the efforts made by the FDA regarding the safety of vaginal rejuvenation treatments, as they highlight the importance of patient safety and scientific based medicine in our society. However, Viveve was NOT one of the 7 companies included for concern and has not received any warning letter from the FDA or any other entity.

In fact, Viveve is the only radio frequency device currently on the market that has cryogenic cooling technologies and pre-clinical studies that show no damage to vaginal and surrounding tissues. These findings have gone on to be supported through random, blind, multi-center clinical trials that were recently published in peer-review journals. All of the experts have come to the same conclusion: the safety and efficacy of Viveve’s CMRF device for vaginal laxity and sexual function is unparalleled.

If you have any questions or concerns about Viveve, or any of our other treatments, please feel free to contact us directly. We’re more than happy to answer your questions or provide you with links to the scientific evidence showing that the Viveve treatment by Viveve we offer is safe.

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