The Benefits of the MonaLisa Touch

If you’ve been considering vaginal rejuvenation, the team at Southern Crescent Women’s HealthCare can help. We offer minimally invasive MonaLisa Touch® therapy at our Fayetteville, Newnan, and Stockbridge, Georgia, offices.  

Our expert OB/GYN providers choose MonaLisa Touch therapy for patients experiencing trouble with vaginal atrophy, vaginal dryness, mild urinary incontinence, and other vaginal health issues, because it’s fast, effective, and offers amazing results. 

What is the MonaLisa Touch?

When you’re young, your vaginal tissues remain healthy, firm, and strong, because your body produces higher levels of collagen, a protein that plays a part in rejuvenating and healing different cells and tissues in your body.

As we age, however, our collagen production naturally drops. It’s easy to see the signs of lower collagen production. They include fine lines, wrinkles, sagging skin, and changes in texture. 

In the vagina, lower collagen levels can cause vaginal atrophy. Signs of vaginal atrophy include a lack of lubrication, laxity or “looseness,” sexual dysfunction (lack of friction, inability or decreased ability to orgasm, and reduced sexual satisfaction), and urinary incontinence. 

The MonaLisa Touch is a painless, fast, and effective treatment for vaginal rejuvenation. It uses the power of fractional carbon dioxide laser energy to gently stimulate collagen production on the surface and in the underlying tissues to restore your vaginal health in as little as five minutes.

What are the benefits of the MonaLisa Touch? 

Treating the signs of vaginal atrophy with the MonaLisa Touch is an amazing option for many women. In addition to reversing vaginal dryness, the MonaLisa touch can provide these incredible benefits:

In addition, many of our patients report improved self-esteem and a better quality of life after undergoing treatments with the MonaLisa Touch. 

Your Southern Crescent Women’s HealthCare provider will create a customized plan for your needs. However, the best results typically come after a series of 3-4 treatments spaced about six weeks apart.

To learn more about the amazing benefits of the MonaLisa Touch, book an appointment online or over the phone with Southern Crescent Women’s HealthCare today.

*It is possible to experience temporary side effects after treatment, such as spotting, pink or brown vaginal discharge, watery discharge, mild swelling, or discomfort when urinating. However, most patients don’t report these issues.

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