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Empower RF

A life-changing treatment option for women’s intimate wellness.

EmpowerRF is for women everywhere! Any woman experiencing vaginal laxity, vaginal dryness, pain associated with intercourse, stress urinary incontinence, or the postmenopausal skin condition lichen sclerosus can benefit from this groundbreaking treatment. EmpowerRF utilizes radiofrequency (RF) energy to restore vaginal tissues and tighten vaginal muscles.
If you’re looking to restore lost sensuality, lost confidence, resolve undesired consequences of childbirth or the aging process, and address urinary leakage, EmpowerRF may be an ideal treatment for you. EmpowerRF is a non-invasive treatment that does not require any downtime. Women who are seeking to improve their intimate wellness can safely benefit from this innovative treatment at Bucky Body Center in Philadelphia.1

Why We Love EmpowerRF

  • Reduces overactive bladder and urinary leakage
  • Improve vaginal lubrication
  • Resolves painful sexual intercourse
  • Improves laxity due to childbirth
  • Restores lost confidence
  • Non-invasive treatment
  • Requires no downtime

Additional Benefits of EmpowerRF

  • Optimizes vaginal PH
  • Tightens and tones vaginal and abdominal muscles
  • Reduces lichen sclerosus, chronic UTIs or vaginal infections
  • Can tighten inner and outer labial tissues
  • Improves labial appearance

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How EmpowerRF Works

EmpowerRF uses radiofrequency energy to heat the vaginal tissues and stimulate the formation of new collagen and elastin through a thermal remodeling process.2 This effectively makes the treated tissue more elastic and supple while simultaneously strengthening the surrounding muscles for enhanced bladder control.3


Additionally, multiple modalities on the EmpowerRF device, including FormaV, MorpheusV, VTone, Evolve Tone and Aviva allow us to customize treatments to each individual and target a range of concerns from bladder leakage to extreme dryness and even relief from lichen sclerosis, UTIs and chronic irritation. Learn more about the different modalities below:

FormaV

FormaV is an RF treatment applied both inside and outside of the vagina. This soothing treatment has been equated to a hot stone massage and can reduce stress urinary incontinence and vaginal dryness.

MorpheusV

MorpheusV is a noninvasive RF treatment that can address wrinkled, dry, and/or sagging skin and help resolve the dryness and laxity that can contribute to painful intercourse, while also reducing urinary incontinence.

VTone

The VTone applicator has a two-sided tip that once inserted comfortably into the vaginal canal is designed to generate intravaginal electrical muscle stimulation (EMS) to correct urge, stress, and mixed urinary incontinence and rehabilitate and strengthen weak pelvic floor muscles.

Evolve Tite + Tone

Evolve tone can be added to any EmpowerRF treatment for the added benefit of tightening abdominal muscles. This extra abdominal support can enhance other treatment modalities and not only improve the appearance of the stomach but provide improved urinary function and control.

Aviva

Also referred to as a non-surgical labiaplasty, Aviva is for women looking to achieve cosmetic vaginal enhancements in addition to restoring function. This 20-minute RF treatment is ideal for women wanting a beautiful and natural-looking result with minimal-to-no scarring and less downtime than a surgical labiaplasty.

What to Expect During Your EmpowerRF Treatment 

When you arrive at Bucky Body Center, one of our clinicians will have you lie down and apply the EmpowerRF device internally for approximately 15 minutes and then externally to the labia, clitoral area, perineum, and urethra for roughly another 15 minutes.

Preparing for and Recovery from Your EmpowerRF Treatment 

There is absolutely no preparation necessary for an EmpowerRF treatment, and there is no recovery time required afterwards. It’s a simple procedure and you’re free to carry on with your day as you normally would!

EmpowerRF FAQ

  • Am I A Candidate For EmpowerRF Treatment? Any woman who has had a normal PAP smear in the last year and is seeking increased sexual satisfaction due to pain or extreme dryness is a candidate. Similarly, women desiring enhanced bladder control, enhanced vaginal laxity, and even relief from certain medical conditions such as chronic infections and lichen sclerosus are also candidates. The best way to determine if you are a candidate is to schedule a consultation to discuss your concerns with one of our EmpowerRF treatment specialists.
  • How Many EmpowerRF Treatments Will I Need? While most women find relief from vaginal discomfort and decreased pain after the first treatment. Full effects for vaginal laxity, bladder control, and stress urinary incontinence require three treatments.
  • Is EmpowerRF Treatment Painful? No, the EmpowerRF treatment is not painful and we will take every precaution necessary to ensure your maximum comfort throughout your procedure, including applying a numbing cream to the treatment area.
  • Is EmpowerRF Hormone Free? Yes, in fact EmpowerRF provides an excellent option for women who can’t use hormones due to a history of blood clots, certain cancers, or choose not to use hormone therapy for other reasons.

1 Journal of Sexual Medicine. Radiofrequency treatment of vaginal laxity after vaginal delivery: nonsurgical vaginal tightening. Available: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20584127/. Accessed November 5, 2021.

2 Aesthetic Surgery Journal. Nonsurgical Vulvovaginal Rejuvenation With Radiofrequency and Laser Devices: A Literature Review and Comprehensive Update for Aesthetic Surgeons. Available: https://academic.oup.com/asj/article/38/3/302/4201807. Accessed November 5, 2021.

3  Minerva Ginecologica. Technological evolution in the radiofrequency treatment of vaginal laxity and menopausal vulvo-vaginal atrophy and other genitourinary symptoms: first experiences with a novel dynamic quadripolar device. Available: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27206062/. Accessed November 5, 2021.