MonaLisa Touch®

Do you suffer from vaginal dryness, itching, irritation, poor vaginal lubrication, and even pain during intercourse? These are all symptoms of vaginal atrophy – a condition that can occur when the ovaries produce less estrogen, such as during menopause or after childbirth.

Many breast cancer survivors also suffer from vaginal atrophy. Most of these women avoid hormone therapy due to the risk of breast cancer recurrence.

If you are going through menopause or perimenopause and choose not to use vaginal estrogen or are not a candidate for bioidentical hormone therapy, the MonaLisa Touch® Laser can help rejuvenate the vagina, and increase natural lubrication.

The New Laser Technique for Vaginal Atrophy

The MonaLisa Touch is a revolutionary new treatment for women suffering from vaginal dryness and the pain and discomfort during intercourse that comes with it. Using a fractional CO2 laser that is specifically designed to treat vaginal tissue, MonaLisa Touch is the first FDA-approved treatment of vaginal and vulvar atrophy that is non-hormonal and provides long-term relief. It is the only effective treatment option currently available for women who have had breast cancer, and it also helps to improve urinary incontinence in many women.

Treatment with the MonaLisa Touch CO2 fractional laser requires only a few minutes per session and is relatively painless. There are no incisions or anesthesia involved. While you will likely notice results after the first session, we typically recommend a full cycle of 3 sessions 60 days apart. Results will be more noticeable approximately a month and a half after the end of the treatment. Call our office for availability and pricing.

MonaLisa Touch Laser Therapy in Miami

If you’re looking for a non-surgical, non-hormonal solution for vaginal rejuvenation in the Miami area, call The Center for Gynecology & Restorative Medicine in Coral Gables, Florida at (305) 665-8188 or request an appointment online. Gynecologist Dr. Michelle Starke will be happy to discuss your situation and tell you more about this innovative laser treatment.

The Center for Gynecology & Restorative Medicine