A New Treatment for Skin Tightening*
Monalisa Touch: A Novel Fractional CO Laser Therapy for Gynecologic Health
When estrogen levels decline after menopause, many
changes occur. Millions of women experience changes
in their gynecologic health that interfere with their personal
lives as a consequence. Many women suffer silently, and
those who seek treatment find their options limited.
Now there's a better way.
It's OK to talk about it.
How It Works
A new procedure that patients have called "life-changing".
MonaLisa Touch delivers gentle laser energy to the vaginal wall tissue that stimulates a healing response in the vaginal canal. A typical course of treatment is three procedures over 18 weeks.
Many women report symptom relief after the very first treatment and even greater improvement after treatments 2 and 3.
MonaLisa Touch laser treatment is a simple procedure that takes less than 5 minutes. It delivers both immediate and lasting relief. And it's clinically proven to work.
Requires no anesthesia
Minimal side effects
Symptom relief after just one treatment
Thousands of women successfully treated since 2012
What happens during treatment?
The procedure will seem similar to your annual exam, and will likely be even quicker. Your provider will insert the laser into your vagina and deliver laser energy "pulses". The total procedure time is less than 5 minutes.
Does it hurt?
The laser energy itself is virtually painless. Some patients report mild discomfort with the laser tip insertion during the first procedure if there is gynecologic dryness.
How soon can I expect results?
Many patients have reported that they experience relief right away. Virtually all patients have experienced relief by the second treatment.
How long does treatment last?
MonaLisa Touch provides lasting results. A once-a-year single treatment is recommended to maintain symptom relief.* This can be done quickly and conveniently doing your annual checkup.
MonaLisa Touch helps restore gynecologic health.
That's something to talk about.
*Your provider will determine with you if follow up treatments are required.