For patients seeking labiaplasty, the Aviva treatment from Dr. McCoy could be the answer. This all-new procedure is poised to completely change the field of cosmetic gynecology!

What Is Aviva?

Aviva is a revolutionary new way to help women feel more comfortable in their bodies. It takes the place of a traditional surgical labiaplasty and eliminates the need for stitches and 6 weeks of restrictions.

Dr. McCoy  will gently guide a small hand-piece that emits radiofrequency energy into the labia and around the vagina to stimulate collagen, promote healing and shrinking of tissue. The whole process can be done without anesthesia or a facility fee--saving patients time, money, and stress. 

Who Is a Candidate for Aviva?

Because Aviva is so gentle and does not require anesthesia, most women do qualify for the procedure. However, some women who may not be eligible include:

  • Women who have electronic implants, like cardiac pacemakers or internal defibrillators.
  • Women who have a history of skin cancer in the vaginal area.
  • A partner who falls out during intercourse
  • Women who are pregnant and nursing.
  • Women who have an immunosuppressive disease, such as AIDS.

What Does Aviva Cost?

Aviva Scarless Labiaplasty costs thousands of dollars less than labiaplasty surgery. The exact cost of Aviva varies depending on the size of the treatment area and, therefore, it’s difficult to quote a fee without learning more about a patient’s individual goals. For the most accurate pricing, patients are encouraged to schedule a complimentary consultation with Dr. McCoy. 

What Is the Recovery After Aviva?

Most women will experience mild tenderness after their Aviva procedure. They may also find their vaginal area is red, swollen or may experience bruising in the area. These discomforts should fade within 1-3 days, and patients should be able to return to their normal schedule nearly immediately. For 7 days patients should avoid intercourse and submerging in hot water. One important thing to keep in mind is that because Aviva does not involve surgical excision of skin and stitches, no significant scarring is noted.

Is Aviva as Good as a Traditional Labiaplasty?

Aviva is better for patients with mild symptoms than a traditional labiaplasty because it eliminates the need for anesthesia, making it far more affordable and easier to recover from. If patients have a severe case of enlarged or elongated labia, they may still require the more traditional surgical labiaplasty to achieve their goals.

​To schedule a consultation with Dr. McCoy, please call 606-831-6168. 


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