Are You a Candidate for Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation?

Vaginal rejuvenation is a term used to describe genital plastic surgery or non-surgical laser procedures, and it is fast becoming a popular treatment area.

Many women experience lifetime events that place stress on the tissues in this region, including vaginal childbirth, weight gain or loss, menopause, and tissue trauma – all of which can contribute to the diminishing health of the vagina and surrounding structures. The purpose of these procedures is to improve the appearance and function of the vagina and vulva by restructuring tissue at the cellular level to tone, tighten, and improve blood flow.

If you have become familiar with vaginal rejuvenation treatments and are considering one for yourself, you might ask the question, “Am I a suitable candidate for a non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation?” Here we will outline some of the characteristics of a person with good candidacy for this latest advancement in laser technology.

At the Torgerson Clinic, we offer Fotona’s revolutionary suite of gynecological rejuvenation devices. These include IntimaLase, IncontiLase, RevitaLase, and ProlapLase. Good candidates for laser vaginal rejuvenation are people who have noticed that their vaginal canal feels lax or looser than before and that sexual intercourse is less enjoyable than it used to be.

This can occur as a result of childbirth because, although vaginal tissue has an incredible capacity to stretch, too much strain or trauma damages muscle and tissue fibres. Menopause and pre-menopause can also affect the health and function of vaginal tissues because estrogen plays a large role in sexual health, lubrication, and libido.

Loss of strength in supporting ligaments and muscles can affect urinary continence as well. Many women accept occasional stress urinary incontinence as a normal part of life after children, but it doesn’t have to be. If you have noticed a change in the appearance of your vagina or vulva, if you have pain or discomfort during sex, or if you note burning or itching sensations, we welcome you to book a consultation and find out if laser vaginal rejuvenation may be your solution.

The best thing about laser vaginal rejuvenation compared to surgery on this area is that there is no cutting of tissue, no risk of infection or other wound issues, no pain, and no scars! This means that all types of women who want to feel better about themselves can be excellent candidates for a vaginal rejuvenation.

Dr. Colleen McDermott, gynecologist, meets with her clients privately to discuss concerns, expectations, and options. She will determine whether there are underlying health issues or other procedures that may be more appropriate.

It is also important to note that laser vaginal rejuvenation is not covered by provincial or corporate health benefits at this time. The costs vary for each individual depending on the type of procedure and the number of sessions completed. Two sessions are usually recommended, and patients report significant improvements right after their first one.

Meeting with an experienced, female gynaecologist who specializes in the area of functional and cosmetic vaginal rejuvenation will be the best way to find out if you are a candidate for the quick, painless, and effective laser rejuvenation options that we offer. We invite you to schedule an appointment with Dr. McDermott. She will discuss your goals, consider various treatment options, and determine your suitability for a vaginal rejuvenation procedure.

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