If you have been suffering from vaginal relaxation syndrome and don’t want to undergo surgery, then Fotona Laser is the best option. Vaginal Tightening Toronto should be opted for when there has been a loss of structural support in the tissues present in the vaginal canal due to childbirth, menopause and ageing. The laxity in the vaginal walls makes the vagina wider with weaker vaginal muscles and leads to a decrease in sexual gratification and also gives rise to other conditions like urinary incontinence and in some cases even vaginal atrophy.

Why opt for a non-surgical procedure?

Vaginoplasty or perineoplasty surgery are some of the surgical procedures for vaginal restoration. These procedures usually involve high levels of risk of further damage to the urogenital areas of the female body. These risks are associated with the surgical rearrangement of vaginal and peripheral tissues which include bleeding, pain, infection, scarring and alteration of sensation in the operated areas. Though women opt for surgical procedures, there has been an increase in the popularity of non-surgical procedures as they require absolutely no downtime and have no reported adverse side effects in any of the present clinical studies.

What is the non-surgical procedure like?

The treatment of the patient is designed keeping in mind their medical history and cosmetic goals. The procedure is performed using a dual-wavelength technology with SP Dynamis laser system utilizing the 2940mm under Smooth Mode. Smooth Mode safely emits thermal energy to the mucous tissues present in the vaginal canal and introits area with no ablation. The procedure effectively treats the internal part of the vagina with the subsequent treatment of the vestibule and introitus area.

Who is a good candidate to undergo this procedure?

Those women who have undergone physical changes due to pregnancy, childbirth or menopause are the perfect candidates to undergo this procedure. However, if you are facing any sexual dysfunction, libido dysfunction, anorgasmia, vaginismus, dyspareunia, severe prolapse, pregnancy, neurological condition, vaginal lesions, genitourinary tract infections, abnormal or irregular bleeding, photosensitivity disorder, ingestion of photosensitizing drugs, hematuria and auto-immune diseases, then you are not a suitable candidate to undergo the vaginal tightening procedure.

How is the treatment performed?

The laser treatment is a two-step procedure. In the first step, the entire vaginal wall is treated with the help of a circular adapter and a full-beam hand-piece. The speculum is rotated at 30 degrees after 3 passes. Hence, subsequently treating the entire vaginal canal. In the second step, the vaginal vestibule and introitus are treated with laser energy being delivered directly to the exterior portion of the vagina.

It is highly recommended to undergo 2 to 3 treatments with a gap of one month between each to get the best results out of the vaginal tightening procedure. You can resume sexual activities 3 days after the treatment. Avoid undergoing treatment during the menstrual cycle.

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