The inspiration for one of the most significant advancements in vaginal health has come from the laser that changed the way laser wrinkle reduction and skin texture improvement was performed.
The Smartxide 'DOT Therapy' laser has been used for many years for effective anti-ageing treatments on delicate areas such as the face, eyelids and neck. The advanced technology that allowed laser pulses to be tailored to each patient's skin type and body area has led to the development of this innovation in the treatment of vaginal atrophy.
The MonaLisa Touch treatment adds a new dimension to the treatment of this important health issue for women. It provides the ability to stimulate the natural regeneration of the vaginal tissue and counteract the physical and emotionally-draining effects of vaginal atrophy.
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Many women suffer in silence with vaginal dryness & painful sex. The MonaLisa Touch revitalises vaginal tissue & helps cells produce collagen. This laser therapy restores vaginal health that is lost when a woman passes through menopause or has had breast cancer and has lost the circultating supply of oestrogen.
It is a minimally invasive procedure with little pain therefore it does not require anaesthesia and can be done in minutes. The laser delivery is felt as a vibration.
The 3 major subsets of patients are:
1. Women who have been through menopause
2. Women who have had breast cancer & can't take oestrogen or who have been put on drugs that suppress oestogen
3. Women who have had surgery that required the removal of ovaries
Women often don't talk about these issues as they think that there may be something wrong with them or that it is a natural part of ageing, not knowing about MonaLisa Touch. It is a game changer, and can address vaginal problems without the use of hormone therapy. Results are experienced within a few days.
News on Vaginal Laser Treatments:
Microscopic and ultrastructural modifications of postmenopausal atrophic vaginal mucosa after fractional carbon dioxide laser treatment