Monalisa Touch™: Natural Vaginal Rejuvenation
Feminine discomfort during menopause is a widespread problem with an innovative and easy solution, but not many talk about it. Let’s TALK!
WHAT IS VAGINAL ATROPHY?
Vaginal atrophy is a disorder that occurs following the reduction in the production of estrogen by the ovaries, due to menopause or as a result of some gynecologic treatments. It might also occur before menopause and can have a huge effect on your mood and on the quality of your relationship. Vaginal atrophy is also known as vaginal dryness: mucous membranes become thinner, frailer, less elastic and lubricated. Inflammation and pain are an everyday issue, but we often prefer to remain silent. Let’s talk about it instead!
WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS?
- Itching and burning in the vulvo-vaginal area
- Discharge and odor caused by the increased pH
- Frequent stimulus to urinate
- Recurrent urinary infections
- Lack of lubrication and pain during intercourse
WHAT IS THE MONALISA TOUCH™ TREATMENT?
MonaLisa Touch™ is a new FDA-approved laser treatment with no side effects, designed to rejuvenate the vagina and the vaginal tissue, restoring the functionality lost over time.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
The MonaLisa Touch™ treatment is performed using a specifically designed fractional laser that stimulates the collagen in the vaginal wall. The procedure is carried out in a medical practice and, usually, does not require anesthesia. It does not involve incisions or sutures and the session lasts less than an hour.
WHAT TYPE OF RESULTS CAN I EXPECT?
Treated patients report a reduction in dryness, burning sensation, itching and pain during intercourse which contributes to a substantial improvement of the quality of life. These results are possible thanks to the stimulation of the collagen in the vaginal wall which triggers its rejuvenation and regeneration. This process requires a few weeks to be completed and results are more noticeable one and a half month after the session.
Disclaimer: the content posted on this page alone does not substitute medical diagnosis, advice or treatment. Seek an expert’s advice to determine if this treatment is safe, appropriate or effective for you.