How does non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation work?

For many years, surgery was the most effective way to correct vaginal issues, but there is now non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation. Non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation has become the preferred alternative for many women who don’t want to undergo surgery in this sensitive area. But how does non-surgical vaginal tightening work.

Non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation
Non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation refers to the use of minimally invasive devices for treating vaginal issues such as laxity, dryness, reduced sensation, and stress urinary incontinence. The procedure is quick, virtually painless, and needs no downtime.

The vaginal tissue has characteristics in common with the skin, because it also loses volume and elasticity over time, due to the decline of the collagen fibers. The loss of elasticity may also be due to childbirth, hormonal changes, and obesity.

Non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation restores the health and vitality of vaginal tissue, in the same way that non-surgical skin rejuvenation improves the tone and youthfulness of the skin.

How it works
The laser delivers light energy that penetrates through to the inner layers of the vaginal tissue. The resultant heat causes the existing collagen fibers to contract, and also stimulates the production of new collagen, allowing for long-term tightening of the vaginal tissue.

Local anesthesia is usually not necessary with non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation, and there is no downtime.

After treatment, patients notice that the vaginal wall is tighter, and there is also improved lubrication and enhanced sensation during intercourse.The procedure restores vaginal health and improvesoverallquality of life.

Are you interested in non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation?Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Plymouth Meeting, PA area, Dermatology Associates of Plymouth Meeting, P.C. is our featured practice.

You can reach them at, or by calling (610) 828-0400.

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