Mona Lisa Touch: the new laser technique for vaginal atrophy

mona lisa touch relief from symptoms

If you are having the symptoms commonly related to vaginal atrophy, you can now obtain a new balance through the recovery of genital physiology and relief from symptoms you suffer from every day. Mona Lisa TouchTM promotes the recovery of genital mucosa balance in a safe and painless way, through methods similar to those used to slow down face skin ageing.

The laser’s effect on vaginal mucosa tissue stimulates the production of collagen, improves functionality of the treated area, and restores proper blood flow.

Mona Lisa Touch is natural, safe and mini-invasive, it restores tone to tissues and increases blood flow and lubrication. In one word, it naturally normalises the physiology of the vaginal walls.

A multisite study was conducted by two leading Urogynecologists who are experts in the field of post-menopausal vaginal health; Dr. Mickey Karram, Director of Fellowship Program on Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery at The Christ Hospital, Cincinnati, OH and Dr. Eric Sokol, Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Stanford University Medical Center. Additionally, recent results from a trial evaluating the laser treatment on postmenopausal women and breast cancer survivors who are experiencing vaginal health issues shows positive results and a high patient satisfaction rating.

MONA LISA TOUCH TM TO RELIEVE ATROPHY SYMPTOMS

Mona Lisa Touch is one of the most advanced vaginal photo-rejuvenation techniques and relieves the most troublesome symptoms associated with vaginal atrophy: poor vaginal lubrication, vulvar itching, dryness, heaviness, and even pain during intercourse can become a memory of the past.

NOTES ON MENOPAUSE AND ITS TREATMENT

Up until not so long ago, the end of fertility would start a gradual biological and sexual decline. Now that life expectancy after menopause exceeds 30 years, women’s well being and quality of life have become a sensitive issue, which has increasingly drawn the attention of the scientific community.
As you probably already know, not all menopausal women are the same. The symptoms and risk factors change from person to person, starting from the onset age of this stage of life, with the world average being approximately 50 years.
There are many options to relieve the symptoms associated with climacteric, ranging between HRT (hormonal replacement therapy), localised hormone therapy, phytoestrogens, gynecological surgery and laser techniques.