Who Are Ideal Candidates for Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation Treatments?
Laser vaginal rejuvenation treatments improve the function and appearance of the vagina
Prior to non-invasive laser treatments, the common method of vaginal rejuvenation procedures include a vaginoplasty, also known as perineoplasty. This is a surgical procedure that entails the excision of the excess tissue and the rearrangement of vaginal and peripheral tissue to surgically reduce the size of the vaginal canal. Vaginoplasty surgery is a high-risk procedure that yields high risks of infection, bleeding, scarring, dyspareunia, and modification in the sensation of the vagina. It also poses a risk of deformity in the operated areas, leading to dissatisfactory results from the procedure. Other conditions that can affect vaginoplasty patients include the loss of sensation, scar tissue, a decrease in sexual satisfaction, and localized pain. Surgical vaginal rejuvenation treatments require downtime and patience for recovery from the surgery in addition to refraining from sexual activities for at least 6 weeks.The controversy of surgically rejuvenating the vaginal structures leads many patients to seek out non-surgical methods of rejuvenation without the associated complications and risks of surgery.
Fotona is the leading manufacturer of advanced laser systems that are engineered to treat a variety of conditions in aesthetic medicine, including dentistry, dermatology, surgery, and gynecology. The gynecological applications can provide patients with an alternative option to surgery for mild to moderate conditions like stress urinary incontinence and vagina laxity along with common complications that arise after natural childbirth.
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Non-ablative laser vaginal treatments can help alleviate symptoms for women who are experiencing any of the following:
Vaginal relaxation syndrome post-childbirth
Vaginal childbirth is a traumatic physiological event that causes loss of structural support in the connective tissue within the pelvic area. Vaginal relaxation post-childbirth is the leading cause for urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse. Patients with mild to moderate vaginal relaxation syndrome symptoms can achieve substantial improvements without any surgery.
The process of biological aging affects the entire body, including the reproductive system. As we age, the body begins to depreciate the production collagen and elastin fibres that provide the skin with support in the connective tissue. The pelvic floor is no exception to aging. It is a fundamental component of the urogenital system because it not only provides support to the surrounding organs, but it can also affect the physical form and function in these organs. Aging causes pelvic floor weakness and vaginal laxity and eventually leads to anatomical changes in the reproductive system.
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Menopause is a naturally occurring phase that affects all women as they complete their reproductive life cycle, marking the end of their menstrual cycles. Menopause produces a host of menopause-related symptoms as the body readjusts to the permanent physiological and biological changes. These can be managed with the help of laser-assisted treatments.
Pelvic organ prolapse
Pelvic organ prolapse is a condition that is typically caused by weak pelvic floor muscles. Pregnancy and child birth are the primary cause for pelvic organ prolapse symptoms. People who are suffering from mild to moderate pelvic organ prolapse are suitable candidates who can achieve significant improvements without surgical intervention.
Laser vaginal rejuvenation treatments provide non-invasive improvements to the urogenital areas of the female body without the risks or costs of surgery. Clinical studies report very high patient satisfaction rates. Laser vaginal treatments offer no adverse side effects. Most patients who have undergone laser vaginal treatments are generally very satisfied with the results of their treatments and would recommend their procedures to family and friends. Laser vaginal treatments can be performed in conjunction with other laser procedures to optimize treatment results for patients with multiple conditions.
Contact our Toronto cosmetic clinic if you are interested in learning more about laser vaginal rejuvenation treatments. We offer consultations for our laser vaginal patients with our experienced laser nurses.
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