Fractional carbon dioxide energy to restore vaginal tissue, restore function, relieve annoying vaginal symptoms without discomfort or downtime.
Vulvar atrophy (VVA) is associated with dryness and irritation, and vaginal relaxation and bladder control problems after childbirth are common conditions that have a major impact on women’s sexual life and quality of life.
What is the vaginal regenerative treatment?
CO2 laser skin resurfacing machine treatment of vaginal tissue, through a special handle, takes less than 10 minutes of the procedure. There was no downtime for a few days after the “rest” of the vagina.
Treatment has been shown to improve the following symptoms:
·VVA (sexual pain, dryness, itching/irritation)
· Mild urinary incontinence or mild overactive bladder
A series of pulsed CO2 laser treatments at 4 weeks apart are widely considered to be the best choice for stimulating vaginal mucosa to increase collagen production and to cause vaginal epithelial thickening, support urinary tract structure, and improve dryness and elasticity. Stretch the vaginal canal.
Pulsed CO2 lasers can improve troublesome vaginal and bladder symptoms and promote better sex and quality of life, especially in breast cancer survivors or other women who are not suitable for estrogen therapy.
How does it improve vaginal tightening?
The CO2 fraction is pulsed into the collagen layer of the vaginal mucosa by laser energy, where concentrated heat heating causes collagen and elastin to “shrink” and secondary regeneration, thereby tightening the vaginal tissue. Initial shrinkage and secondary regeneration produce improved pressure on the “G-Spot” and clitoris. Tightening also occurs at the base of the bladder, and there is evidence that it also improves the frustration of mild urinary incontinence.
The result of the treatment is complete remodeling of the vaginal mucosa and the re-establishment of a robust, more “young” vaginal tissue embedded with thick and long collagen fibers. The patient reported significant tightening of the entire vaginal canal to increase friction and pleasure during sexual intimacy.
How does this treatment improve vaginal atrophic changes?
By altering and rearranging collagen fibers, it is possible to form elastin and better collagen formation, a treatment that can reverse the aging effect of aging on the vaginal wall.
How does it work?
The laser generator produces an accurate pulse that passes through the scanner where a small, Fractional CO2 Laser machine energy beam is delivered to the vaginal tissue through the small tubular handle. These pulses exit through a small window of 360o pattern, allowing treatment of the entire vaginal canal, resulting in the overall tightening in the event of relaxation, including tightening the upper vagina to provide additional support for the bottom of the bladder. In different power settings, the treatment can be used only to stimulate the formation of collagen and elastin to provide a better elastic stretch of the vaginal tissue.
Who is the good candidate for this program?
Women with mild to moderate vaginal relaxation or relaxation are not severe enough to require complete surgical repair (“vaginoplasty”) but are less troublesome (reducing “grip” and “too much” sagging”) to reduce sexual pleasure, Sometimes it leads to modest urinary incontinence. The perfect candidate is:
1. A woman who has not yet given birth to a child, or feels “wide” in her heart, or has a partner with a smaller size penis.
2. Women who are slack after childbirth need to be “temporarily” tightened until the last childbirth, after which they can undergo permanent surgery.
3. Women with mild urinary incontinence.
4. Women have only moderate vaginal relaxation and decent muscle tissue, hoping to avoid surgery.
5. Postmenopausal women suffer from dry, atrophic vaginal tissue.
What is the science behind this program?
The vaginal regenerative laser uses CO2 fractional pulsed lightwave technology as a tool for cutting, tightening or resurfacing. In this case, tiny ablation lasers “drill” tiny, closely spaced micro-perforations into the dermis at close intervals, producing tiny defect shrinkage in collagen, causing contraction and stimulating collagen and elastin growth, thereby expanding And “revitalize” this layer. The technology has been used in vaginal surgery in Europe and Asia for more than 6 years and has accumulated a wealth of data to validate its effectiveness and success.
Numerous observational studies reported a significant improvement of vaginal atrophy assessed subjectively and objectively after a cycle of three treatments of the pulsed CO2 laser. Also sexual function and quality of life significantly improved. No complications or side-effects were reported during or after the laser procedure that was performed in an outpatient setting.
How long will results last?
Present data suggest that, with 3 treatments over a 12-week time period and especially with a “touch up” after one year, the tightening and continence effects are experienced for at least 2-3 years or more, while the atrophic elasticity effects are ongoing with no need for further treatments in properly managed patients. Fractional CO2 treatments last around 4-5 years on the face and body.
Other uses of this technology
CO2 Fractional Laser technology may also be used to re-surface stretch marks and surgical scars.