The techniques designated for vaginal wall rejuvenation or regeneration have had significant impacts in solving problems which were often hidden in the past by women, such as the loss of satisfaction during sexual intercourse and urinary incontinence.
The main causes of Vaginal Degeneration Syndrome is pregnancy and vaginal birth. These are events, in which changes in the mother's tissues (skin, ligaments, muscles, etc.) can affect the pelvic floor, result in discomfort such as a heavy feeling or genital bulge, incontinence, chronic genital moisture, and vaginal relaxation syndrome.
Recent advancements in vaginal reconstruction have offered alternatives to surgery that yield satisfactory solutions to these problems. The vaginal regeneration laser technique consists of stimulating fibroblast and hyaluronic acid production in the tissues that form the vaginal wall. These elements bolster the structure of the wall, increase the strength and thickness of the mucosa, and contribute to the strengthening of the pelvic floor. The treatment is an outpatient procedure that is done in 15 minutes. There are two sessions that take place six weeks apart. The majority of cases are virtually painless, although, some patients may experience mild discomfort. The results are significant and patients note improvement in their sexual sensitivity and reduction in their urinary incontinence problems.
As women age, there are natural changes that occur in the vaginal region. Pregnancies, births, hormonal changes or even causes of hereditary illnesses can accelerate the deterioration of this region.
The effects of changes in the vaginal wall include:
The laser activates the fibrocytes of the vaginal mucosa by converting them into fibroblasts. These stimulate the biosynthesis of new collagen. There is an increase in the production of hyaluronic acid and new glycoproteins that increase water retention by improving the collagen structure. The increased tissue permeability promotes blood flow, thickness and consistency of the vaginal wall.
It is a virtually painless, outpatient procedure requiring no anesthesia.
The procedure consists of introducing a cylindrical scanner terminal into the vaginal canal to apply the laser steadily throughout the mucosa. In the case of urinary incontinence, special emphasis will be placed on the anterior surface, opening and urethral orifice.
The treatment consists of two-15 minute sessions spaced 6-8 weeks apart.
Patients are fully capable of returning to normal activity immediately after treatment and sexual intercourse can be resumed after 5-7 days.
Of the different laser technologies available, we have chosen to work with Er: YAG, proven to be very safe and effective. This laser is more selective in the re-activation of fibroblasts and has a smaller, less invasive effect on the healthy tissue of the vaginal wall. The Pixel Screen allows maintenance of the original ray flow, but reduces the amount of treated tissue and adjusts the focal distance.
When the vaginal walls become excessively dilated, the muscles become distended and the mucosa loses elasticity and drys out. Laser technology can help you regain confidence in your body and improve satisfaction.
Pregnancies, births, hormonal changes linked to menopause, and other factors produce physical changes in the vagina - such as vaginal relaxation or incontinence - that affect the confidence and quality of a woman’s sex life.
Laser treatments for stress urinary incontinence and vaginal regeneration are safe, fast outpatient procedures.
It is done in-office in the usual gynecological position, does not require anesthesia, and is virtually painful.
Patients undergo cytology tests to rule out infections, and in case of incontinence, a urodynamic test to rule out bladder problems. No prior preparation is required before to the session.
The treatment consists of two sessions, with an interval period of 2 months.
The laser energy is applied by a titanium piece with a gold mirror that conducts the laser beam to the desired treatment areas. For incontinence treatment, the angle of the mirror is 90°, directing laser beam to the anterior wall of the urethra. For vaginal relaxation syndrome treatment, the angle of the mirror is 360°, distributing the laser’s beam homogeneously on the walls of the vaginal cavity. A sterile laser speculum serves as a guide to easily slide the titanium piece into the vagina without touching it
During the first phase, the laser is applied throughout the circumference of the vaginal canal.
The procedure begins in the inner part of the vagina with the titanium piece being removed in half-centimeter increments until the entire vaginal canal is treated. Two passes are made.
In the second phase, with an axial firing piece, the opening and entryway are treated with a fractionated light beam. In incontinence cases, the urethral orifice is also treated.
The patient can immediately return to her normal daily activities.
In cases of vulvovaginal atrophy, decrease in lubrication, dryness, and difficulty in sexual relations, hyaluronic acid with long lasting effects (one session per year) is applied to the vaginal region following topical anesthesia. This increases the volume of the skin and mucous membranes, refilling the labia majora (outer lips of vagina), which once again improves protection of vagina and urethra. This treatment results in both security and psychological improvement of sexual relations, along with genital beautification.
Procedure with surgical laser for the reduction of labia minora (inner lips of vagina) that are too large or different sizes.
Pigment bleaching of external genitalia.
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