November 2019

Featuring Lana Rhoades

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Better, Tighter, Wetter: Get the Pussy of Your Dreams

GENTLEMEN, INCREDIBLE SEX IS WITHIN YOUR REACH. LADIES, REMEMBER THAT PINK, TIGHT, ORGASMIC PUSSY OF YOUR TEENS? HAROLD LANCER, M.D., F.A.A.D., DOCTOR TO THE STARS, GIVES HUSTLER AN EXCLUSIVE ON A CUTTING EDGE VAGINAL REJUVENATION PROCEDURE—WITHOUT THE CUTTING. NO DOWNTIME. NO DOWNSIDE. JUST RADIOFREQUENCY ENERGY GENTLY HEATING THE TISSUES TO RESTORE TONE AND FUNCTION. WE SENT NOTED ADULT PERFORMER HOLLY HEART TO FIND OUT IF THERMIVA COULD GIVE HER A BETTER, WETTER VAGINA. AND WHILE SHE WAS BEING TREATED, WE QUIZZED THE GOOD DOCTOR.


HUSTLER: Doctor, your credentials are impressive and include medical school at University of California, postgraduate work at Harvard and then training at prestigious universities in Tel Aviv and London. Which eventually landed you in Beverly Hills. How long have you been practicing as a board-certified dermatologist on Rodeo Drive?

DR. HAROLD LANCER: I’m 62, and I started my private practice in 1983 on Wilshire Boulevard, in a ten by ten room, 100 square feet, five patients. My office now is 12,000 square feet, and I probably have the largest single-physician practice on earth, 30,000 active files.

You see, Harvard Medical School developed laser therapy. So my first introduction to the world of dermatology was using lasers to repair scar tissue, whether it was birth scars, belly scars, surgical scars… This office has a policy of using the least minimally invasive procedure to get the job done. So if it’s removing a skin tumor, instead of cutting open the whole face, we do it with lasers. Part of the practice is medical dermatology, part of it is tumor work, and the rest is cosmetic. Even in the cosmetic arena, there are ways to firm the skin and tighten the skin without surgically invading the skin. Which brings us to radiofrequency.

Temperature-controlled radiofrequency treatments?

Yes. As you know, vaginal cosmetic procedures in the last 15 years have been extremely invasive. Massive labiaplasties, vaginoplasties— I mean six- to 12-hour procedures, general anesthesia—were the only choice. And the result may be wonderful; it may not. But for the six-hour procedure there may be a six- or 12-month rehab period. I think that the majority of patients don’t have the slightest clue what the rehabilitation will be. I know a 54-year-old woman who had some of the surgery done purely for cosmetic reasons. It’s been eight months. She still can’t have intercourse; she can barely sit or walk normally, because of residual swelling. A patient has a specific physical concern, so they go to surgeon X, Y or Z. But they’re surgeons; so they do surgery.

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