Vaginal Revitalization Specialist

South Sound Womens Center

OB-GYNs located in Olympia, WA

Whether it’s due to normal life transitions such as menopause, or side effects of chemotherapy, vaginal dryness and laxity can cause problems with your romantic relationships and overall quality of life. The friendly and professional team of OB/GYNs at South Sound Women’s Center in Olympia, Washington, offer MonaLisa Touch® nonsurgical vaginal revitalization. If changes to your vagina are interfering with your ability to enjoy sex, call to schedule an appointment at South Sound Women’s Center today.

Vaginal Revitalization Q & A

South Sound Womens Center

What is nonsurgical vaginal revitalization?

Changes to your vagina happen naturally as you age, after childbirth, or sometimes as a side effect of chemotherapy. You may want to consider vaginal revitalization is you suffer from any of the following conditions:

  • Vaginal dryness
  • Vaginal laxity
  • Urinary stress incontinence
  • Loss of tissue tone in the labia
  • Decreased sexual pleasure

 

The team at South Sound Women’s Center offers a nonsurgical, nonhormonal treatment for these changes with the MonaLisa Touch laser.

 

How does MonaLisa Touch vaginal revitalization

work?

The MonaLisa Touch is a fractional CO2 laser that safely and painlessly stimulates your body to produce more collagen cells in the tissues surrounding your vagina. The laser creates controlled microlesions that trigger regeneration of healthy new cells.

These fresh cells restore a healthy balance to your vagina by rehydrating your tissues, thickening and toning the vaginal walls, and reestablishing the proper pH. The overall result is enhanced comfort and an improved sex life.

Studies have shown a greater than 75% reduction of the following symptoms with MonaLisa Touch:

  • Vaginal burning and itching
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Vaginal laxity

 

Who is a good candidate for MonaLisa Touch?

MonaLisa Touch is for any woman who wants to treat the vaginal symptoms of reduced estrogen levels, such as dryness, discomfort, painful sex, and laxity. These symptoms may appear after childbirth or during your transition through menopause.

This treatment may be especially beneficial for breast cancer survivors, as vulvovaginal atrophy is a lesser-known side effect of chemotherapy.

 

What should I expect from a MonaLisa Touch procedure?

MonaLisa Touch is a quick and painless procedure that usually lasts about five minutes. Most women require two to three treatments spaced about six weeks apart, but the team at South Sound Women’s Center creates a personalized treatment plan for your unique needs. You may also need a follow-up treatment once per year.

During treatment, your doctor inserts a vaginal probe into your vagina that gently delivers laser energy into your vaginal tissues.

Side effects are minor, but you may experience some discomfort, redness, or swelling. While you’re free to resume normal activities immediately after treatment, you should avoid sex for about two to three days.

To learn more about vaginal revitalizationn with MonaLisa Touch, call or click online to schedule an appointment with South Sound Women’s Center today.

Special News Bulletin

MonaLisa Touch laser technology was approved in 2014 by FDA for gynecologic applications but not specifically for vaginal symptoms of estrogen deficency, however, data supports the benefits derived from this usage on thousands of women in the United States. At South Sound Women’s Center your health is our highest priority. We chose to offer Mona Lisa Touch after thoroughly researching the data and realizing the difference we could make in many of our patient’s lives. To date, we have had many express how thankful they are for an improved quality of life on many levels. This was our goal. 

Our physicians offer MonaLisa Touch selectively to patients with precise indications. We have had no adverse effects with any of our treatments. The FDA does not question the safety of the Mona Lisa Touch. 

We understand your concerns as you read the broad FDA comments. If you do have concerns, your doctor wants to speak to you. Please call and schedule a no-charge appointment at your convenience.