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Noticeable Improvement after one Treatment
*Bring a clean bill of health from your Gynecologist rulng out STDs and Abnormal cells
Vaginal Rejuvenation Improves
Stress Urinary Incontinence
Vaginal Dryness, Irritation, Itchiness
Burning and Painful Intercourse
Who Will Be Performing This Servive
Our highly trained nurse
How Does V-Lase Work
Heating of the vaginal tissue which stimulates angiogenesis fibroblast activity and new collagen formation without ablatie or excessive thermal damage.
Safe & Simple
Time Saving Procedure
No Bleeding or Pain
No Anesthesia required
You can reverse the effects of aging by treating several issues at one time with the V-Lase treatments. V-Lase is the latest development in LVT and is known for treating urinary stress incontinence, vaginal dryness and increasing your pleasure.
What is LVT (Laser Vaginal Tightening)?
The V-Lase is a laser treatment similar to the older FemiLift and Mona Lisa products. These technologies are known as LVR or LVT. They tighten vaginal tissue using a minimally invasive, painless CO2 laser procedure. The tightening of vaginal tissue has a number of good effects including increased lubrication, improvement or full correction of urinary stress incontinence, treatment of mild cystoceles and improved gratification during intercourse. LVT procedures began in Italy years ago and were based on similar laser treatments used to tighten skin on the face.
It is common for the bladder, rectum and pelvic floor muscles to become damaged after childbirth while there is also a permanent increase in the distance between the Kegal muscles and the muscles of the perineum. LVT is a non-surgical solution will help shrink vaginal skin.
Is V-Lase right for me?
It is unfortunate that many women suffer quietly from the effects of vaginal atrophy. This condition results in inflammation and drying of vaginal walls while the tissue thins. Relationships are affected as intercourse becomes painful and pelvic muscles weaken causing involuntary release of urine. Many women who have had multiple pregnancies suffer from vaginal relaxation syndrome (VRS) which can also benefit from V-Lase.
Symptoms of vaginal atrophy:
Inflammation of vaginal walls
Pain during intercourse
Causes of vaginal atrophy:
Cancer treatments and medications
Dryness caused by low “E” from Breastfeeding
V-Lase is great for urinary stress incontinence. This condition is very common and results in involuntary release of urine during any activity that puts stress on the bladder area. Laughing, coughing, sneezing and lifting heavy things can all cause an embarrassing release of urine. This condition is caused by the weakening of the pelvic muscles due to low estrogen levels. These key muscles support your bladder and control the release of urine.
When hormones change at menopause many women suffer from vaginal atrophy. V-Lase is not only good for post menopausal women, but it is good for women who have undergone cancer treatments, or are involved in breastfeeding as these also cause a reduction in estrogen production.
More on How V-Lase Works
V-Lase consists of three easy treatments . Past patients have compared the treatments to a Pap Smear and it can easily be done on someones lunch break.
Who is Not A Good Candidate For This Treament
Women with a significant pelvic floor vaginal laxity involving significant widening and muscular separation; these women need a surgical repair and will be disappointed with a solely laser procedure.
Women with significant urinary incontinence and/or prolapse; these women need a surgical repair/“sling” or “tape” procedure.
Women with very tightened, atrophic vaginas; these women will first need to undergo re-estrogenization and mild mechanical dilation in order to physically accommodate the treatment probe.
How long does V-Lase last?
Present data suggest that, with 3 treatments over a 12-week time period and especially with a “touchup” after one year, the tightening and continence effects are experienced for at least 2-3 years or more, while the atrophic elasticity effects are ongoing with no need for further treatments in properly managed patients.
How To Prepare For This Treatment
Women who are menstruating need to wait 1 week until after their period is over before undergoing V-Lase® treatment.
Patients should empty bladder immediately before the procedure.
Patients should refrain from having sexual intercourse the night before treatment.
Cease use of any estrogen creams and pessaries (used to treat SUI and POP) for a week prior to treatment and do not resume until after the series of treatments have finished.
Note: Some women may no longer need to use estrogen creams after laser treatment.
No V-Lase® treatment if patient is currently undergoing chemo or radiation therapy to the pelvic area and if so wait 6 months after cancer treatment has finalized before having a VLase® procedure.
If you are prone to the herpe virus, take required meds to prevent outbreak.
If recently having given birth vaginally, postpone treatment for 6 weeks to allow any vaginal repair to heal.
What Else Does V-Lase Treat
V-Lase® can be used to treat PGAD (persistent genital arousal disorder).
V-lase® can be used to treat orgasmic incontinence (urinating when you reach orgasm).
It is safe to treat a women with any external genitalia piercings (i.e. clitoral hood, clitoris, inner or outer labia, etc.) as long as you do not fire the laser beam directly onto any metal part.
What If I have an IUD
V-Lase® treatment is safe for women with IUDs since the IUD is located in the uterine cavity cephalad to the vaginal cavity with the laser energy being blocked by thick cervical tissue.
Even when a uterus with an IUD is prolapsing into the vagina there should be no problem with laser treatments, the thick uterine wall would be a barrier to the laser energy and not affect the IUD). At the present time there are 2 types of IUDs, the ParaGard® which contains copper and the Mirena® which is made of a plastic polymer. In either case even if the heat from the laser were to touch it should not cause any problem.
Recommended Post-Op Maintenance Schedule
Beneficial effects of V-Lase® are shown to last for 9 to 12 months.
A maintenance treatment will usually be required anywhere from 9 to 12 months (or longer in some cases) after the 3rd treatment.
In general, patients will know from the symptoms when the effects from the procedure have worn off and it’s time for another treatment.
After a certain number of treatments the tissue improvement will plateau so there is no additional benefit in doing an excessive number of procedures.
The internal vaginal improvement will usually have longer lasting benefits than the external enhancement.
Improvement in orgasmic dysfunction (increased nerve sensitivity) can be longer lasting than other symptoms from V-Lase® treatment and may last over 18 months.