When estrogen levels decline many gynecological changes occur. Thinning and weakening of vaginal tissue are due to decreased collagen production. Vaginal dryness develops due to the lack of production of epithelial cells that naturally produce moisture. There are many reasons for the estrogen level to decline. The most common is a natural menopause when our ovaries stop producing estrogen. The other is a surgical menopause when the ovaries have been removed. Another very common reason is due to chemotherapy and radiation after cancer. While supplementing with oral or topical estrogen can help with these changes many women cannot or wish not to supplement with estrogen. For example, a woman who has had breast cancer would be advised against taking estrogen.
Painful intercourse strains relationships and places unnecessary emotional strain on a woman.
Before Mona Lisa Touch women suffered in silence and those that asked for help found limited options.
Now with the Mona Lisa Touch laser treatment there is hope.
Mona Lisa Touch delivers a gentle laser energy to the vaginal tissue that stimulates a response in the vaginal tissue increasing collagen and strengthening the vaginal tissue. A typical course of treatment is three procedures over an 18 week course. Maintaining with one treatment a year thereafter. Many women report relief after the very first treatment and even greater improvement after the second and third treatment.
Women are also reporting relief of urinary incontinence symptoms as well. Studies are now being conducted to prove this.
- Treatment takes less than 5 minutes
- Is painless, requires no anesthesia
- Thousands of women treated since 2012
Lichen Sclerosis is another condition treated successfully with the Mona Lisa Touch. The itching and burning of this condition can be unbearable. With an average of 3-5 treatments those symptoms disappear! Each treatment is $300, but you can save with a a package of 3 treatments of the Mona Lisa and Vaginal Rejuvenation for $1000.All treatments are performed by board certified gynecologist Dr. Moustafa Ali and Susan Perry, a certified Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner.