What is it?
Menopause and other hormone changes can affect womens vaginal health. Common symptoms are vaginal irritation, thinning, dryness, pain with intercourse, or frequent infections. Urinary stress incontinence is also a very common issue for women of all ages. Childbirth, weight fluctuations, and ageing are factors that affect the tone of the vagina and surrounding structures that allow optimum control of urine flow. The goal of non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation is to help restore optimal function of the vaginal mucosa, as well as improve tone of the vaginal canal by stimulating collagen growth and tissue tightening. Sexual health can also be addressed with non-drug and non-surgical therapies now using the advances in regenerative medicine.
Vaginal health is a multi-faceted issue, the best results may involve one or more of: medical/gynecological management, pelvic physiotherapy, hormone profile management, surgery where appropriate for severe prolapse
|Treatment Option||Key Benefit||Average Number of Treatments||Amount of Downtime||Comfort Measures|
|FemiLift (fractional CO2 laser)||Improves vaginal lubrication, improves urinary stress incontinence, improves tone of vaginal canal||3 sessions, done monthly|
*Maintenance at 1-2 years
|None to minimal||None|
|O-Shot (Plate rich plasma injection)||Improves female sexual response, heightens orgasm, improves symptoms of vaginal atrophy (irritation and dryness)||1||None||Topical anesthetic|