What SCWH Patients Say About The MonaLisa Touch®

The MonaLisa Touch® is a minimally invasive laser that helps to restore vaginal health. This treatment is ideal for women who have:

Atrophic vaginitis is the main cause and 75% of the women who suffer from it say that it negatively impacts their lives and many failed to realized that it is a chronic condition.

The MonaLisa Touch® laser gently acts on the vaginal mucosa and stimulates the production of collagen which improves the functionality of the treated area and restores the proper balance to the mucous membrane.

Best results are achieved after a series of treatments.

Here is what Southern Crescent Women’s HealthCare patients say about MonaLisa Touch®:

The MonaLisa Touch® is a safe and simple in office procedure. No anesthesia is required, no downtime, and minimal side effects.

Schedule an appointment to see if the MonaLisa Touch® vaginal restoration is right for you. Contact Southern Crescent Women’s HealthCare online or via phone at 770-991-2200.

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