Gentle laser rejuvenation solutions to vaginal problems
Laser vaginal rejuvenation treatments are offered with Fotona Smooth Mode engineered to maximize treatment effectiveness to offer gentle solutions to vaginal problems such as involuntary leakage during coughing and sports activities, loss of vaginal firmness and vaginal dryness and irritation and pelvic organ prolapse. Fotona Smooth Treatments include IncontiLase, IntimaLase, RenovaLase and ProLapse.
The gynecological treatments available are customizable to treat stress urinary incontinence, vaginal and vulva rejuvenation, vaginal atrophy, pelvic organ prolapse and pelvic floor strengthening.
- Safe, quick, and effective
- Incisionless, minimally invasive
- Little to no downtime
- High success rate
- A solution for vaginal relaxation syndrome
- Improves mild to moderate stress incontinence
- Treatment Time 2 hours
- Discomfort Level Mild to none
- Anesthesia Topical numbing
- Recovery Time Minimal
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Questions & Answers
Do you have a question about Laser Gynecology? Request a complimentary consultation today to learn more about how our advanced medical-grade cosmetic dermatology services can help you take control of your skin.
Is local anesthesia necessary for this type of treatment?
No. Local anesthesia is not required, as the treatment is not painful. However, we do apply a topical numbing cream to completely avoid any discomfort.
How soon can I expect results after having this treatment done?
Although an improvement of symptoms is noticed right after or within a few days of the procedure, optimal results start to show from one month to six weeks after the initial treatment.
How long is the downtime following this procedure?
This is a walk in / walk out procedure, although, patients should abstain from lifting heavy objects and undertaking long periods of sustained exercise for a period of up to 14 days.
Am I required to have a gynecological exam prior to taking this treatment?
Yes, a standard gynecological examination, including a pap-smear, will be performed prior to receiving the treatment.