Estrogen deficiency can cause various physical changes in the vulva, vagina, and lower urinary tract. These symptoms include vaginal dryness, burning, irritation, lack of lubrication, painful intercourse and urinary symptoms, painful urination, and urinary tract infections.
Vaginal discomfort and urinary incontinence may also occur before menopause and after delivery. These symptoms are chronic in nature and risk sexual function and quality of life over time and may worsen. Local estrogen therapy may be effective in treating vaginal changes, but there is a lack of data on its safety, especially in women with a personal history of estrogen-dependent tumors.
Laser vaginal rejuvenation is proven to be the most effective and the safest in treating vaginal and urinary tract conditions during menopause, increasing sexual function, and improving quality of life.
Vaginal delivery can cause tremendous pressure on the muscles, ligaments, and tissues in the birth canal, leading to a variety of discomforts and symptoms, including vaginal relaxation, decreased sexual sensation and pleasure, vaginal flatulence, and narrow vaginal entrance. The focus of vaginoplasty is to restore and reconstruct the damaged muscles and tissues of the vagina and its supporting structure into a younger pre-pregnancy state.
Vaginoplasty is a 1-hour outpatient procedure designed to:
Through a special scanner, the CO2 fractional laser can gently and painlessly act on the vaginal wall. This effect produces indistinguishable micro-lesions, which are necessary for the production of new collagen, can reorganize and rebalance the components of the vaginal mucosa and urogenital structure. Femilift, V tightening, ThermiVA are popular vaginal tightening devices.
Each laser treatment triggers a tissue regeneration process that lasts for several weeks. Even after the first treatment, significant improvements can be seen: the vaginal mucosa becomes more nutritious, more hydrated, and the epithelium becomes thicker, stronger, and more elastic. The correct vaginal pH is re-established, which helps maintain its natural protective barrier and reduces the risk of infection. The enhancement of vaginal tissue at the opening of the urethra can reduce urinary incontinence and improve sexual function. However, laser vaginal rejuvenation by itself cannot guarantee an enhanced sexual response, because desire, arousal, and orgasm are complex and highly personal responses.