MonaLisa Touch is a Touch Away for the Treatment of Vaginal Laxity.
Stretching of the vagina and introitus can occur from vaginal delivery or be a part of the natural aging process. MonaLisaTouch laser acts directly on the mucosa of the walls of the vagina to: tighten, reshape, tone, stimulate tissue, and regenerate collagen.
Treatment with the MonaLisa Touch will:
keep vaginal mucosa moist and healthy
MonaLisaTouch is a Touch Away for Treatment of Dyspareunia due to Vaginal Atrophy.
Dyspareunia is pain that happens just before, during, or after sex. It is more common in women. Women can have pain at the vulva, the area around the opening of vagina or the pain can be inside the vagina or in the lower belly.
The major clinical types of Urinary Incontinence are:
intra-abdominal pressure, coughing, straining, sneezing, jogging, etc)
The Lack of a Woman's Ability to Produce Estrogen due to:
(Also referred as: Vaginal Atrophy, Vulvovaginal Atrophy, and Atrophic Vaginitis)
Genitourinary Syndrome is a condition that causes the vagina and tissue near the vagina to get dry, thin, and inflamed. There is a reduction of blood flow, normal vaginal fluid, and an increase in the PH balance of the vagina, which leads to a reduction of natural Lactobacilli (healthy bacteria in the vagina).
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frequency, urgency and urgency incontinence.
Recent studies show that MonaLisa Touch is largely effective in treating one of the most embarrassing symptoms that seriously affect many women after childbirth or in menopause. Mild Urinary and Urgency Incontinence can be stopped by the beneficial stimulation of vaginal tissue, due to MonaLisa Touch. The MonaLisa Touch Co2 Laser re-establishes the proper functionality of urogenital involved structures. This allows restoration to correct urinary incontinence, with a dramatic positive improvement in the quality of life, both physically and psychologically.
Conditions that cause long lasting pain in vulva, bladder or pelvis. These conditions include:
MonaLisa Touch is a Touch Away for Treatment of Mild Urinary and Urgency Incontinence.
Urinary Incontinence is the involuntary leakage of urine. In a USA survey, only 45% of women who reported urinary incontinence occurring at least once a week sought care for their incontinence symptoms. The prevalence of incontinence in women is high. In older women, the prevalence of urinary incontinence is 17%-55%. For younger and middle aged women, the prevalence is 12%-42%. Many patients are reluctant to initiate discussions about their incontinence. This leaves incontinent women with unresolved physical, functional, and psychological morbidity and a diminished quality of life at home and at work.
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