V-Lase Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation
As women age, so do their most intimate parts. The production of estrogen slows down as the aging process progresses, which leads to thinned vaginal walls, inflammation of tissue, and lack of natural lubrication. While these changes are most commonly associated with menopause, they can also before that, as a result of multiple pregnancies, and due to certain medical conditions. No one looks forward to dealing with these uncomfortable and inconvenient symptoms. Luckily, there are multiple options to choose from when it comes to vaginal rejuvenation. For women looking for a non-invasive, effective procedure, V-Lase Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation is the perfect choice.
What is Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation with V-Lase?
As tissues age, they lose the elasticity that they once had. V-Lase is a non-surgical vaginal laser procedure used to rejuvenate the vaginal canal. V-Lase restores youthful thickness and moisture to the tissues. It can reduce vaginal dryness, vaginal atrophy, and mild involuntary bladder leakage. As a result, it also leads to enhanced sexual experience for many women.
Candidates for Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation
Any woman who wants to improve the functionality and feel of her most intimate parts makes a good candidate for this procedure. Perfect candidates for V-Lase are those who:
- Have a loss of vaginal tightness after childbirth or with age
- Suffer from vaginal atrophy or dryness
- Suffer from bladder leakage when they laugh or run
- Don’t feel like themselves after menopause in terms of sexual gratification
For patients who undergo Labiaplasty, V-Lase is a highly complimentary procedure that can provide maximum results.
What Can Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation Treat?
The V-Lase Laser treatment can treat:
- Pain and dissatisfaction during sexual intercourse
- Lack of natural lubrication
- Lack of sensation during intercourse
- Vaginal inflammation
- Bladder leakage from stress urinary incontinence
If you are ready to schedule the procedure or would like a consultation, text our staff at 650-460-7260
How Does V-Lase Vaginal Rejuvenation Work?
V-Lase is a non-invasive, non-ablative procedure that uses controlled laser heating to stimulate the production of collagen and a new blood supply to improve thickness and elasticity to the vaginal wall. The generated laser beam is emitted in a pulsed pattern that does not cause damage to the superficial vaginal wall. This laser beam works to promote the growth of elastin fibers and collagen in the deep layers of the vaginal wall. As a result, the treatment provides relief from painful intercourse due to vaginal dryness.
How Long Does The V-Lase Procedure Take?
The entire appointment should last about 30 minutes. Prior to the V-Lase treatment, the only requirement is a normal pelvic exam within the last year with your OB/GYN.
V-Lase Vaginal Rejuvenation Results
Depending on the patient, results may be noticed immediately following the second session of the treatment to within two weeks. The best results are noticed within 3-6 months of the treatment.
Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation Recovery
V-Lase is a pain-free outpatient procedure with no downtime. Patients can immediately return to their normal activities with no bleeding and no medication.
When Can I Have Sex After My V-Lase Treatment?
It is recommended that patients take several days for healing. The area of treatment may initially feel sensitive during sexual intercourse, but this is to be expected. If you are experiencing pain or discomfort during sex past a week after your procedure, be sure to contact your doctor.
Is Non-Surgical Vaginal Rejuvenation Painful?
V-Lase is a non-surgical treatment that requires no anesthesia or medication. Most women do not feel any pain during or after their treatment but may be able to feel some heat while being treated.
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If you want to regain your confidence and feel like your old self again, V-Lase is the treatment for you.
If you’re ready to revitalize your sex life, contact us to schedule your appointment. Treatments are done at our surgery center affiliate in Palo Alto, CA 650-460-7260.