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Could you benefit from a vaginal rejuvenation?

31/10/2020
16:00 PM

Have you heard of Vaginal Relaxation Syndrome (VAS) or Vaginal Atrophy? Well, these are conditions that are fairly common in women, particularly if you have had children. They can also occur simply due to the natural aging process, as well as hormonal imbalances and menopause. So how does that affect you?

Have you experienced any of the following symptoms?

  • Vaginal pain, discomfort or dryness during intercourse
  • Urinary incontinence or urgency
  • Frequent vaginal infections

If so, then the GynoLaser might be the solution you need! 

What is the GynoLaser?

The GynoLaser is perfect for treating vaginal laxity and atrophy. It uses CO2 laser technology, which is one of the most powerful and advanced lasers used in medicine today. Inserted into the vagina, this laser creates tiny pinholes in the mucosal lining of the vagina, stimulating the growth of collagen and elastin. This new growth increases the elasticity, tightness and lubrication of the vagina. The laser also stimulates the deeper layers of the vagina, helping to improve urinary function. It also helps to restore the natural pH of the vagina, helping to prevent the occurrence of vaginal infections.

  • Increased elasticity, tightness and lubrication of the vagina
  • Reduced stress incontinence and vaginal pain
  • Improved sex life
  • Fewer vaginal infections

Does it hurt?

The GynoLaser doesn’t hurt, because it’s a pain free procedure that only takes about 15 minutes at the most. So you can pop in during your lunchtime and be back at work in no time at all!

How long is the down time?

There is no downtime with the GynoLaser.

When will I see results?

You will see results of your procedure immediately.

Is this procedure good for everyone?

Most people can proceed with the GynoLaser, but it’s contraindicated for anyone who is breastfeeding, pregnant or has a serious local or systemic disease.

For more information on the GynoLaser procedure call us on 02 8095 0076 or make an online appointment.