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King Aesthetics is dedicated to providing top-quality care that combines the latest in medical technology with personalized attention. With Dr. King's expertise in gynecology, you can rest easy knowing that your concerns will be heard.

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Aviva is an innovative, minimally invasive procedure that focuses on hemostasis and coagulation. This advanced technology is designed with extensive safety features to minimize the risk of thermal injury while remodeling the soft tissue matrix. Aviva is an excellent option for women who feel self-conscious or dissatisfied with the appearance of their genital area. The primary reasons for considering this procedure are discomfort and aesthetics. Many women experience discomfort or irritation while wearing tight clothing, during sexual relations, or while exercising. Others may seek a more aesthetically pleasing appearance in that area. Some women are born with large or irregular labia, while others develop this condition after childbirth or due to aging.


Traditionally, labiaplasty surgery has been performed under general anesthesia in a hospital setting, involving cutting away excess tissue, stitches, several days of recovery, post-surgical care, and an extended break from sexual activity. However, the Aviva procedure significantly reduces the recovery time, employs a local anesthetic, and does not require stitches. It is easy, safe, and provides women with peace of mind about their genital appearance. The results are instantly visible and permanent, with most patients returning to work within 1-2 days. The full extent of the results may take up to 12 weeks to be fully visible.  Aviva is a minimally invasive treatment that can reduce the size of prominent labia by approximately 30%. Labial tissue may increase in size and laxity due to factors like childbirth, menopause, weight loss, or aging, which can cause discomfort or affect intercourse for some women.  Aviva provides an easy and non-surgical method to decrease labia size, enhancing comfort and overall well-being.

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