The secret to making sexual aesthetics a successful part of any cosmetic practice is focusing on patient individuality, according to Kimberly Evans, M.D., an OB/GYN at the Sugar Land Medical Spa in Sugar Land, Texas.
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Across Europe, physicians and patients are discovering that ThermiVa® from Thermi, an Almirall company (Dallas, Texas, U.S.), fulfills an unmet need in the areas of aesthetics and medical vaginal health. Invasive procedures like labiaplasty and vaginoplasty, along with bladder and prolapse surgeries, typically require lengthy and oftentimes painful recoveries, as well as serious complications. With the ThermiVa, women now have a non-surgical option.
In recent years, the evolution of devices and non-surgical sexual wellness solutions has dramatically changed a treatment landscape once limited to surgery, medications or physical therapy. Men and women want to feel better sexually, and aesthetic physicians are at the frontlines, offering a growing array of non-surgical sexual wellness treatments.
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As women grow older, the effects of childbirth and menopausal issues can lead to vaginal laxity, urine leakage, difficulty achieving orgasms and dryness. These and other gynecological health concerns often combine with the normal aging process to produce a range of emotional and physical challenges for women. Plus, medical and aesthetic problems in this area have traditionally involved some kind of a surgical procedure, with the associated discomfort and downtime.
Aesthetic providers should consider discussing sexual health with their 65-and-older patients, according to a recent poll. More than three-quarters of older U.S. adults think sex is important for romantic relationships at any age. Armed with a growing arsenal of medications, noninvasive devices and surgeries aimed at improving sexual function and addressing cosmetic concerns, plastic surgeons are among the providers helping today’s patients address sexual health issues.