Laser vaginal treatment – Cosmedicon 2019

  • Treatments

    The approximate treatment time per area is 15 minutes. The recommended number of sessions is 3. The interval between sessions is 1-2 weeks. Repeat treatments may be beneficial every 4-6 months in some cases. Normal activities of daily living can be resumed immediately. Sexual intercourse should be deferred for 1-2 days.

    • Reduction of vaginal wall atrophy
    • A set of aggravating symptoms related to vaginal atrophy generally become worse over a period of time. Symptoms are vaginal dryness, burning sensation, vaginal discharge, genital itching, burning with urination, and reduced vaginal lubrication during sexual activity. For those who suffer from vaginal atrophy, their decreased oestrogen levels cause thinning, drying and inflammation of the vaginal wall. One myth about vaginal atrophy is that the condition happens most frequently after the menopause, but it can actually occur during breast-feeding or at any time when the oestrogen levels drop.
    • Vaginal tightening
    • Sexual gratification may be significantly influenced by the degree of vaginal tightness in some women. Vaginal Rejuvenation aims to make the vestibule and vaginal canal narrower and, thus, increase the amount of friction produced during intercourse. This may improve sensation and enhance sexual satisfaction.
    • Vulval tightening and resurfacing
    • Mons pubis tightening and resurfacing
    • Sexual gratification improvement
    • Reduction of vulval epithelial relaxation
    • Reduction &/or improvement of the appearance and texture of scars
    • Improves the appearance of pigmented vulva
    • The fractionated laser setting can help restore the natural colour and texture of the vulva by improving collagen formation, tightening the skin and reducing hyperpigmentation.
    • Mild stress urinary incontinence
      • Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) is defined as unintentional or uncontrollable leakage of urine due to the weakened tissues supporting the urethra. The tissues supporting the pelvic floor and the urethra (in particular the suburethral area and the bladder base) may be strengthened by laser treatment.
      • Non-surgical laser treatment is highly unlikely to cure moderate or severe stress urinary incontinence.
    • Overcome post-delivery vaginal alterations
    • Pregnancy, labour, and vaginal delivery are significant events in the development of symptoms of decreased sensation and deterioration in vaginal tissues. All three events negatively impact the tightness, tone, control, and strength of the vagina. Non-surgical laser vaginal treatments can restore tightness and elasticity of the vagina.